techneut wrote:musicusblau wrote:[Techneut wrote:Perfect timing to start a traversal of 'the 48'
I have difficulties to translate that. Does "traversal" mean something like "transition"?
Pick your choice:
tra·verse (tr-vûrs, trvrs)
v. tra·versed, tra·vers·ing, tra·vers·es
1. To travel or pass across, over, or through.
2. To move to and fro over; cross and recross.
3. To go up, down, or across (a slope) diagonally, as in skiing.
4. To cause to move laterally on a pivot; swivel: traverse an artillery piece.
5. To extend across; cross: a bridge that traverses a river.
6. To look over carefully; examine.
7. To go counter to; thwart.
a. To deny formally (an allegation of fact by the opposing party) in a suit. See Synonyms at deny.
b. To join issue upon (an indictment).
9. To survey by traverse.
10. Nautical To brace (a yard) fore and aft.
I think that I would like to traverse the WTC by 2.) "To go up, down, or across (a slope) diagonally, as in skiing." I think that skiing through Bach's WTC could be fascinating.