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I transpose; all have What harme was (but harm is monosyllabic, and the line is then bad).
I absorbed this idea almost unconsciously, and hardly know when I learned to transpose, so natural did it seem to me.
PIANO MASTERYHARRIETTE BROWER
Omit e corn, for bit read bite (so too at l. 211), and transpose, otwinne bite.
She used to give me very little time in which to transpose her songs, and insisted on their being finished when she wanted them.
He is a great reader, of course, and can transpose at sight, and all that sort of thing.
Religious faith, so far as it is truth, so he said, has a true power and can transpose mountains.
Subsequently I wrote you that, for a private reason, I had concluded to transpose them.
Being early taught in music I began to transpose them into many sorts of rhythmic movement for the edification of my companions.
MARSE HENRY (VOL. 1)HENRY WATTERSON
Plato transposes the two next speeches, as in the Republic he would transpose the virtues and the mathematical sciences.
In this and in succeeding lessons set the cantus firmus in any part, and transpose if necessary.

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