Flaming Hakama by Elaine | 30 Oct 00:45 2014

customizing music fonts


there is an example of mix-and-match fonts, which uses a layout block:

\layout {
  \override DynamicText #'font-family = #'gonville
  \override NoteHead #'font-family = #'lilyjazz
  \override Script #'font-family = #'lilyjazz  % i.e., the articulations
  \override TrillSpanner #'font-family = #'cadence
}

I was wondering if this is a complete list (DynamicText, NoteHead, Script and TrillSpanner) of what can be overridden.    If not, what else could be specified?


Thanks, 

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Hans Aberg | 29 Oct 23:10 2014
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Re: midi2ly


> On 29 Oct 2014, at 21:53, ole <mail <at> oleschmidt.info> wrote:

> I think I found the right place for your line.
> And get the following error warning:
> 
> /Applications/LilyPond.app/Contents/Resources/bin/midi2ly:54: RuntimeWarning: Python C API
version mismatch for module midi: This Python has API version 1013, module midi has version 1012.

The LilyPond midi2ly file has been compiled for the API in Python 2.4, so the line should really be: 
exec /usr/bin/arch -i386 /usr/bin/python2.4
/Applications/LilyPond.app/Contents/Resources/bin/midi2ly "$ <at> “

But this version does not come with the system installation in /usr/bin/ of later OS X.

> Sorry for the noise! 
> Just discovered that a .ly file has been made despite of the error warning..

Strictly speaking, it is a warning as it passes the compile, not an error which would abort. So it is a
relevant issue, though it seems to work.
Joram | 29 Oct 21:54 2014
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Clef change at the beginning of a staff

Hi,

is this still the way to go for this notation:
https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/lilypond-user/2007-08/msg00141.html

I need the default clef first (bass) and then a treble change clef right
before the first note.

Cheers,
Joram
Dominic | 29 Oct 21:30 2014
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Tied \afterGrace notes don't work?

/\version "2.19.15"
\new Voice {
	\afterGrace R1 { g''8~ } | 1
}/

results in 'warning: unterminated tie' and no tie printed. (Slurring the two
notes, on the other hand, works fine)
Is this a limitation, and if so, what would be a workaround to produce a
visually and functionally identical result?

Thanks,

Dominic

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Jay Vara | 29 Oct 20:59 2014

Accidental Notes in different colour

Is there a way to make the accidental notes in a different colour?

I can make a particular note a different colour by:

\tweak NoteHead.color #red
\tweak Stem.color #red
\tweak Accidental.color #red
c4

However, I would like to have all the accidentals to be coloured. Perhaps, 
override NoteHead colouring somehow - not sure how to know if it is an 
accidental.

There is a snippet that shows how to colour based on pitch 
http://lsr.di.unimi.it/LSR/Snippet?id=572 - I was not able to figure out 
how to use this to capture accidentals.
Hans Aberg | 29 Oct 20:38 2014
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Re: midi2ly


> On 29 Oct 2014, at 20:13, ole <mail <at> oleschmidt.info> wrote:

> Can you please describe for me where exactly I have to put the line, in the .profile file?

I make a script - an executable, which should be in the PATH (see below).

There are several ways to make a script:

One way is first making the text file in Terminal by
    touch midi2ly
If you want use a text editor like Xcode, go to Terminal and write
  open -a Xcode midi2ly
and paste in the line
  exec /usr/bin/arch -i386 /usr/bin/python2.7
/Applications/LilyPond.app/Contents/Resources/bin/midi2ly "$ <at> "
 and save.

Alternatively, make the file directly by writing
  cat > mid2ly
Paste in the same line as above followed by <control>D to end ‘cat’.

The set the executable permissions by
  chmod a+x midi2ly
Check that it is right with
  ls -l midi2ly

Then put in somewhere in the PATH. In later OS X, /usr/local/bin/ is in the searchpath, but putting it there
requires ‘sudo’ permissions (unless changed as some running homebrew do). But to do that write
  sudo cp midi2ly /usr/local/bin/
By using ‘cp’ rather than ‘mv’, the other file metadata becomes right.

Otherwise, you might make a directory ~/bin/, make sure it is in the PATH by changing .profile. Then
‘sudo’ isn’t needed. 
Jayaratna | 29 Oct 15:37 2014
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Double barline with white filling

Dear Lilyexperts,

can I customize a double barline \bar"||" so that the space between the two
lines is white and not transparent? This would make two consecutive bars to
appear as separate file.

Thank you,
Andrea

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anders.vinjar | 29 Oct 14:46 2014
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[AFIM.INFO] TENOR 2015: First International Conference on New Technologies for Music Notation and Representation

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From: Jean Bresson <Jean.Bresson <at> ircam.fr>
Subject: Fwd: [AFIM.INFO] TENOR 2015: First International Conference on New Technologies for Music Notation and Representation
Date: 2014-10-27 13:11:05 GMT


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De: Pierre Couprie (Paris4) <pierre.couprie <at> paris-sorbonne.fr>
Objet: [AFIM.INFO] TENOR 2015: First International Conference on New Technologies for Music Notation and Representation
Date: 27 octobre 2014 13:50:00 UTC+1

TENOR 2015
First International Conference on New Technologies for Music Notation and Representation

Call for papers

Paris, France, 29-30 May 2015
University of Paris-Sorbonne / Ircam

The first International Conference on New Technologies for Music Notation and Representation is dedicated to issues in theoretical and applied research and development in Music Notation and Representation, with a strong focus on computer tools and applications, as well as a tight connection to music creation.

Until very recently, the support provided by the computer music to the field of symbolic notation remained fairly conventional. However, recent developments indicate that the field of tools for musical notation is now moving towards new forms of representation. Moreover, musical notation, transcription, sonic visualization, and musical representation are often associated in the fields of musical analysis, ethnology, and acoustics. The aim of this conference is to explore all of recent mutations of notation and representation in all domains of music.

Topics of interest

Musical creation
• Notation in electronic and electroacoustic music
• Notations for interactive music
• Notation for sound installations
• Notation for the multimedia and mixed arts
• Live coding

Musical notation
• Innovative computer applications for music notation
• Languages for music notation
• Gesture notation
• Notation and mobile devices
• Exchange formats for music notation
• Online tools and languages for music notation and representation

Analysis, notation & pieces studies
• Analysis of contemporary notations
• Semiotic of new notation forms
• Ontology of the notation of interactive music
• Data mining, music notation corpus, databases

Representation, transcription
• Sound visualization
• Interactive representation
• Transcription in ethnomusicology and representation of non-written musics
• Non-western or ancient music trans-notation
• Representation and transcription in acoustic ecology and sound landscape
• Optical music recognition

Listening, teaching
• Listening guides
• Live and offline annotation
• Notations for music pedagogy

Submission

Information & submission: http://tenor2015.tenor-conference.org.
Deadline for papers submission: January 15, 2015.

With the collaboration of:

Institut de Recherche en Musicologie, CNRS UMR 8223
Université Paris-Sorbonne
Ircam
LAM, Lutheries - Acoustique - Musique, UPMC
GRAME, Centre national de création musicale, Lyon
AFIM, Association Française d'Informatique Musicale

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Jayaratna | 29 Oct 13:08 2014
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Can I \markup \concat more than one file in a row?

Dear Lilyexperts,

I have a series of short scores that I need to print all in a row, tight to
each other but with a little white space in between, more or less like this:

<http://lilypond.1069038.n5.nabble.com/file/n168064/2014-10-29-165843_1024x600_scrot.png> 

I see it is possible to concat several scores in a \markup environment, like
this:

But I can't get it to work if I use an \include "file.ly" instead of my
\notes variable. What's wrong?

Thank you,
Andrea

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keith Luke | 29 Oct 01:20 2014
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Updated to LilyPond 2.18.02

I just updated to LilyPond 2.18.02 and also installed the LilyJAZZ fonts.

Abraham's documentation on how to install new fonts was a great help.

Now to start engraving my new "Jazz" arrangements using LilyJAZZ.

Thanks,

Keith Luke
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Stephen MacNeil | 28 Oct 18:33 2014
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(unknown)

I understand that however you still can not control what note it goes to.

\slashedGrace b8_( <e, a c>4 )


How would I indicate to have the slur attach to the 'a' note? 


>And, until there is a
>better solution, you may have to tweak the shape of the slur to go to
>the correct note (say you wanted to go the "a" in the chord).

which is the same solution I have already done with the previous examples.
 

\version "2.18.2"


\relative c'{

\time 6/8

<<{ \voiceOne \stemUp <\tweak Flag.transparent ##t e g>8}\\{\voiceTwo \slurDown \stemUp \shape #'((0.2 . 0) (0 . 0) (0 . 0) (0 . 0.3)) Slur \override Slur.positions = #'(0 . 0) \acciaccatura d'8 c <e, g b> <e g c>}>> |


}

\relative c'{

\time 6/8

<e' g>8

\stemUp \slurDown \shape #'((1 . 1.8) (0.7 . 2.2) (-0.1 . 2.05) (-0.1 . 2.0)) Slur \override Slur.positions = #'(0 . 0)

<e g>16 (a) <e g>8

}


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