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in strict counterpoint and i'm talking about fux's book is having 2 parallel perfect intervals with contrary motion still wrong? because in fux book only contrary and oblique motion are acceptable for perfect intervals

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the voice leading below seems satisfying to my ear tho and looks like a good motion to me

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    I wonder if you asked what you meant to ask, since there seems to be a contradiction in the question? Commented Jun 11 at 17:19
  • Thank to my friend that cleared it out for me and i realized it's such a stupid question . Sometimes just digging so deep into these theory stuff makes me dumb
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    Commented Jun 12 at 17:28
  • Lol, it does to all of us! Commented Jun 12 at 17:30

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is having 2 parallel perfect intervals with contrary motion still wrong?

No, it is impossible because the definition of "parallel perfect interval" includes that the motion is parallel. If the motion is contrary, there are no parallel perfect intervals.

in fux book only contrary and oblique motion are acceptable for perfect intervals

Exactly. Contrary motion is acceptable. Question answered.

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