A level pupil. Made the mistake of learning Renaissance cadence voicing way before starting A-level harmony course. There's a conflict of interest between the cadential progressions of the renaissance (Cantizans, Altizans, Tenorizans and Bassizans) and the chordal nature of Bach's Chorales eg. Tenorizans in the Soprano line; unresolved Cantizans dropping to the fifth in the alto line; inability to cross parts. This (in my admittedly less-than-humble opinion) makes the individual voice lines clunky, while to rectify the clunkiness leaves final chords on a thin open 3rd. Are there any ways of settling this issue without just sucking up to the system?