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Thread: relative motion (s, c, o)

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    relative motion (s, c, o)

    Hi everybody,

    I am trying to identify the relative motion between the 2 voices, either similar motion (S), contrary (C), oblique (O). I'm not sure if writing out the interval relationships helps in any way...but I'm confused about the beginning. it's O because the G in treble clef is held while the alto has C and D...so that makes it oblique (O). Should it also be S as well? because in treble clef, G leaps to C while in alto , it goes from C, D, E.
    I'm not sure if I have wrote the S, C, and O in appropriate places.

    Thank you!!
    icie
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