Mike Solomon | 16 Apr 16:29 2014

flag and accidental too snug

Hey all,

In the fourth staff of the attached PNG, the sharp of the E-sharp is dangerously flirty with the flag of the
D-natural. Is there a sort of skyline padding one can add to flags or accidentals to give them more
breathing room?

Cheers,
MS

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Pierre Perol-Schneider | 15 Apr 22:05 2014
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LSR connection

Hi,

Does anyone have access to the LSR ?
~Pierre
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Ben Beeson | 14 Apr 04:58 2014
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Is the LilyPond website up today?

Hi all,

I am getting error "Unable to load the webpage becuase the server sent no data" at the LilyPond.org since today.  Is the site down?


Thanks,

Ben

 
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Graeme Lee | 14 Apr 14:57 2014
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Instrument name in the even/odd header markup

Hi List.

Trying to nut this one out - I'd like to get the instrument name for 
each bookpart into the header.  Attached is what I'd LIKE to work, but 
I'm not sure how to go about it - how do I get oddHeaderMarkup to access 
a variable which is in a bookpart, not in the top level block?  Is this 
even possible?

Thanks!

Graeme

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Andrew Bernard | 14 Apr 14:47 2014
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French Baroque ornament signs

Greetings List,

I would like to create some of the French Baroque ornament scripts such as the pincé (a parenthesis after the note) and the longer pincé which is a bracket with a dot, and the tremblement and pincé, so as then be able to use \pince and so on for a note, as one does with \prall for example. How does one go about doing this?

Andrew


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Gilberto Agostinho | 14 Apr 14:41 2014
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MIDI files

Hello LilyPonders,

I generated a bunch of very short MIDI files (one bar long only) that I want
to play together and loop using Max MSP. All the files have a length
multiple of quarter notes, so in theory I should be able to playback any two
of them together in an infinite loop and they would still have their beats
synchronized. My problem is that this is not happening... Two files of the
same length but with different music content stay synchronized indeed, but
two files of different length do not. I am suspecting that every file is
just slightly shorter or longer than they should, but not proportional to
their lengths (probably a constant time value shorter or longer), thus
creating such a problem. Also, none of my files end with a rest, since
LilyPond's MIDI output always cut the last rests.

Have anyone experienced anything quite like this? I would really appreciate
any suggestions. I also tried to generate MIDI files with other music
programs as well, and so far nothing really worked out, all MIDI files I got
so far show the same problem (but curiously enough, the amount of
shortening-extending depends on the program being used to generate them!).

Thanks a lot. Regards,
Gilberto

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Simon Bailey | 14 Apr 10:59 2014
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repeat percent and line-breaks

Hi,

i would like repeat percent which goes for more than one line to print the first bar in a line again. is this possible? ideally, the percent counter would carry on, looking something like the following:

\score {
\relative c' {
  \set countPercentRepeats = ##t
  << { \repeat percent 16 { c4 d e f } } { \repeat unfold 4 { s1*4 \break } } >>
  }
}

should look like:

\score {
\relative c' {
  <<
    {
      \repeat percent 4 { c4 d e f } \break
      \repeat percent 4 { c4 d e f } \break
      \repeat percent 4 { c4 d e f } \break
      \repeat percent 4 { c4 d e f } \break
    } \\
    {
      \set countPercentRepeats = ##t
      \override PercentRepeat #'transparent = ##t
      \override PercentRepeatCounter #'staff-padding = #1
      \repeat percent 16 { s1 }
    }
  >>
  }
}

any ideas?

thanks, regards,
sb
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Hlolli | 14 Apr 10:44 2014
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Global tempo change

Hi, Im trying to find a way to save time in Lilypond by using, if possible,
global tempo change. 

I was wishing this would work

global = {
\tempo "Allegro" S1*2 "Largo" S1*2 "Allegro"
}
and this would then automatically be correct in parts if they have common
global commands.

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Patrick or Cynthia Karl | 12 Apr 23:14 2014
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Can multiple notes be parenthesized as a group?


Consider:

	\version "2.18.0"

	\relative b' {
		c2 \parenthesize d
		c2 \parenthesize {d4 e}
	}

The pdf output for the first measure is correct, a half-note c followed by a parenthesized half-note d. 
However, the second bar shows no evidence of any parenthesizing at all, nor any error indication in the
log.  Is there a way to do this?  

I realize I could parenthesize the two notes separately, but that is not what is in the score I am trying to engrave.
Thomas Morley | 12 Apr 12:48 2014
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How to insert a number for fingering in embedded LilyPond?

Hi folks,

regard the following code and terminal output

\version "2.19.3"

#(display-scheme-music #{ _2 #})

(make-music
  'FingeringEvent
  'direction
  -1
  'digit
  2)

This is all as expected.

Though, how to insert a number from a variable or procedure?
The following fails:

#(display-scheme-music (let ((n 2)) #{ _$n #}))

How to do it correctly?

Cheers,
  Harm
efaulk | 12 Apr 06:38 2014

Cross-staff slurs

I'm trying to score a piano piece that has cross-staff slurs on arpeggios. I've searched the documentation andlooket at the snippets, but there’s nothing that’s clear enough (simple enough?) for me to understand.

Can anyone provide a sample (or point me to one) or offer a suggestion for where to look in the documentation?

Thanks,
Ed

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