cross relation


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cross relation

n
(Music, other) another term (esp US) for false relation
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The edition is nothing short of superb (perhaps we need not be shy of the cross relation that would result from ironing out the two melodic augmented seconds on p.
Be Not Wroth (adapted from Byrd's Civitas sancti lui) changes the voices around for reasons that I am unable to understand (Aldrich's version makes much less sense than does Byrd's); sounds an imitative entry of the opening point in the third voice earlier than Byrd had done (thus changing the part writing); and omits the effective cross relation at "Jerusalem, Jerusalem" (Aldrich's words, "Our holy and beautiful house" have a similar feel, given their context, so the changed text cannot be the reason for omitting the cross relation).
'When the Koreas let go of the past and come to the talks with a new attitude, the humanitarian cooperation projects will be held smoothly and there will also be a dramatic change in inter-Korean Red Cross relations,' he said.
King Hamad also lauded the honorable positions of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia towards its neighbor the Kingdom of Bahrain, wishing to see the leaders of GCC in Riyadh to discuss concerted ways for boosting cross relations among the GCC member countries.