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Newer page: version 9 Last edited on March 8, 2013 8:45 pm. by 67.10.111.105
Older page: version 8 Last edited on March 8, 2013 8:24 pm. by 67.10.111.105
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 The following schemas additionally require transposing the key of the music, and sound best with both hands on the same manual, but the pedal (if used) is not to be transposed. For solo work, transpose or improvise the manual part where the new drawbar registration to be used so that it is played in a different key from the other manual part and bass. Players familiar with polytonality will have no trouble with this, though the result will not sound polytonal at all. Players using a chord-method will find the system easiest of all, by simply transposing the chords. 
  
 Also, in these transposing-schemas, the colors of the drawbars are effectively reversed. Some black drawbars sound the octaves (and probably will be pulled out further), and the white drawbars always sound non-octave pitches. The white drawbars, especially, must be used only in trace amounts. All the sounds available this way are very novel indeed, and combine well with the [Percussion]. 
  
-Playing a fifth lower (in F when the music is otherwise in C) or play the chords a fifth higher (G when otherwise in C)~: 
+Playing a fifth lower (in F when the music is otherwise in C), or play the chords a fifth higher (G when otherwise in C) and perhaps the melody an octave lower ~: 
  
  <?plugin OldStyleTable 
  |^ *No.* |^ *Harmonic*|^ *Interval* |^ *Footage* |^ *Color* 
  |^ 1 | - | - | - | Brown 
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  |^ 9 | |Flat Seventeenth|^ 1 13/19' | White 
  ?> 
  
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-Playing a twelfth lower (in F an octave lower when the music is otherwise in C) or play the chords a fifth higher (G when otherwise in C)~: 
+Playing a twelfth lower (in F an octave lower when the music is otherwise in C). or play the chords a fifth higher (G when otherwise in C) and the melody an octave lower ~: 
  
  <?plugin OldStyleTable 
  |^ *No.* |^ *Harmonic*|^ *Interval* |^ *Footage* |^ *Color* 
  |^ 1 | - | - | - | Brown 
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  ?> 
  
  
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-Playing an octave-major tenth lower (in A-flat two octaves lower when the music is otherwise in C) or play the chords a major third higher (E when otherwise in C)~: 
+Playing an octave-major tenth lower (in A-flat two octaves lower when the music is otherwise in C), or play the chords a major third higher (E when otherwise in C) and the melody two octaves lower ~: 
  
  <?plugin OldStyleTable 
  |^ *No.* |^ *Harmonic*|^ *Interval* |^ *Footage* |^ *Color* 
  |^ 1 | - | - | - | Brown 

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