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Arrighi’s Operina
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Scots rule 2



Page 11

Arrighi’s Operina

Page 11

As we have two kinds of the letter s, the s and the long s, which you see here, and since I have already instructed you on the long, it now remains to discuss the short. Make the lower curve larger than the upper: s s s. Begin with the first stroke, flat and bold, which I mentioned before, reverse it back on its path and curve it in a way that makes a distinct s.

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Scots rule 2