Michael Hendry | 24 Jun 11:34 2016
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Phishing Scam Message

I recently received a message, ostensibly from Socrates Leptos, addressed to “undisclosed
recipients” and with my name in the Bcc: box.

I treated it with suspicion partly because I’d forgotten about an exchange of emails on this list with
Socrates last summer, and partly because it was asking me to log in to Google Docs through a “SIGN IN”
link to http://szoka.info.pl/admin0453/Share%20Files/?code=personaldoc

I have notified Google of a suspected phishing scam, but felt that list members should be warned in case the
scammer has been pairing up  <at> gmail.com addresses harvested from the list and generating emails which
appear to be between friends or colleagues.

Michael

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Don Gingrich | 24 Jun 05:17 2016
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Multiple rhythms in same score

What I think that I want to do may simply be 
impossible -- I'll say that at the start.

When I see full scores for a number of songs published,
it is clear that the reason that various verses are printed
separately is that one or more bars have significantly
different rhythm from the first verse.

But, when attempting to publish a score with the goals of:
1) fit it all on one or at most two A4 sheets
2) put the lyrics under the score (melody line) 
3) put guitar chords above the score

The case of a quarter note split into two eighth notes
with a dotted tie and \set \ignoreMelismata = ##t
\unset \ignoreMelismata in the lyrics works for most 
cases, but I'm dealing with variations that don't easily
fit this solution.

I'm left with a dilemma -- on the score I'm engraving at
present, Tom Paxton's "Marvellous Toy" it is becoming 
clear that I've got at least one bar where the first verse
should be
b4 b b8 a g4

and one of the other verses looks like

b4 b b g

And I'm fairly certain that I need to replace a:
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Tobias Hagedorn | 24 Jun 00:15 2016
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always glissandi

Hello everybody!
Does anybody know how to get always glissandi without writing \glissando after every Note?
Thanks for answer!
Tobias
Br. Gabriel-Marie | SSPX | 23 Jun 23:12 2016
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Re:Insert text between staves

Well, I know how to do *that* - that is, I know how to get text above and below the staves.

But I want text above and below the scores - sort of like a subtitle. 

At the end of each page, about 3/4 inch below the last line of lyrics I want to put my note (it's to say that the chorus should be repeated after each verse).

Page1:
Chorus
myText

Page2:
verses
myText

On 6/23/2016 3:00 PM, lilypond-user-request <at> gnu.org wrote:
I'm only guessing where you want to place it (since you didn't say more than "between"), but if you want it at the bottom of the chorus/verse section, then just attach it to a note on that particular staff and direct it down/up-ward, respectively: chorus = \new Voice = "chorus" \relative c'' { g a b c d_\myText \break } verses = \new Voice = "verses" \relative c'' { g^\myText a b c d \break } HTH, Abraham

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Michael Rivers | 23 Jun 18:57 2016
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Changing default fingering location for lower staff in a grand staff

Is there a way to set the default location for fingering in the lower staff
of a grand staff to be below the staff rather than above? I realize that I
can write, e.g., "c_1" instead of "c-1" every time. However, after a few
years of using Lilypond, I have wasted so much time fixing my errors (both
accidentally putting the fingering above in the lower staff and below in the
upper staff after having worked in the bass clef for a while) that I would
really like to be able to just use the default "c-1" and have Lilypond know
the correct default location.

(To be honest, it kind of irks me that Lilypond doesn't know the standard
default location of fingering for the lower staff. Putting the fingering
below (except, of course, when there are multiple voices) has been the
standard for a long time in printed music. It seems to me that if a user
writes "c-1" for a bass clef note in a grand staff, Lilypond should put the
finger number below the staff by default.)

I apologize if this is in the manual or the snippet repository, but I
couldn't find it.

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matpen3@gmail | 23 Jun 18:48 2016
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dynamic text over barlines

Hi all, 

I’m trying’ to find a solution to deactivate the horizontal spacing property of dynamic text in a Grand
staff and allows it to cross the barline without losing its dynamic script nature.

Thanks for any help

Cheers

matteo

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Br. Gabriel-Marie | SSPX | 23 Jun 17:51 2016
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Insert text between staves


How can I insert this text in between staves?

mytext = \markup { \tiny \italic  "Repeat Chorus after every verse "  }

The only place I can seem to place it is *outside* the score - either before or after it.  I've tried putting it in other places too, to no avail.  If I put it before or after the score it just appears at the top of the score on the first page.
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\paper {
    system-system-spacing = #'((basic-distance . 0.3) (padding . 2) )
    markup-system-spacing = #'((basic-distance . 0.3) (padding . 2) )        %re-aligns the first page to th top
    %ragged-last-bottom = ##f
    ragged-bottom = ##f
}

chorus= \new Voice = "chorus" \relative c'' {
    g a b c d \break
}
verses = \new Voice = "verses" \relative c'' {
    g a b c d \break
}
chorusLyrics = \new Lyrics \lyricsto "chorus" {
    These are the words to the chorus
}
firstVerse =  \new Lyrics \lyricsto "verses" {
    The words to my song
}
secondVerse =  \new Lyrics \lyricsto "verses" {
    Other words go here
}


\score{
<<
    \new Staff {  \chorus \myText \pageBreak \myText \verses }
     \chorusLyrics
    \firstVerse
    \secondVerse

>>
\layout{}
}
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Br. Gabriel-Marie | SSPX | 23 Jun 15:24 2016
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My apologies for the mess

Lily Folks, I apologize for my posts yesterday - I don't know what I was thinking when I replied to the entire list..  But I'm sorry for the mess and I appreciate y'all's help.  I'll make sure not to send the list to the list again.
-BGM
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Andrew Bernard | 23 Jun 13:13 2016
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Decaying squiggle

How would I achieve an engraved squiggle as in the attached image snippet in lilypond? Any ideas? [Not including importing the scanned image. A proper drawing routine, please.]

Andrew



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Br. Gabriel-Marie | SSPX | 23 Jun 00:02 2016
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Vertical justification after \pagebreak

In my music, I have the chorus at the top and the verses following.  Since my music is longer than one page, it overflows to the next.  So, since I'm using two pages, I figured I would insert a \pagebreak so that the chorus is on page 1 and the verses on page 2.  This works fine, but now my problem is that the space between staves is too far and it looks funny - as if it were justified vertically.

So, instead of this:
xxxxx
xxxxx
xxxxx

it looks like:

xxxx

xxxx

xxxx

Here's my score:
\score{
<<
    \new Staff {  \chorus \pageBreak \verses }
     \chorusLyrics
    \firstVerse
    \secondVerse

>>
\layout{}
}

Now, I've played with \override VerticalAxisGroup.default-staff-staff-spacing, but nothing I try there seems to have any effect.

On 6/22/2016 4:48 PM, lilypond-user-request <at> gnu.org wrote:
Send lilypond-user mailing list submissions to lilypond-user <at> gnu.org To subscribe or unsubscribe via the World Wide Web, visit https://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/lilypond-user or, via email, send a message with subject or body 'help' to lilypond-user-request <at> gnu.org You can reach the person managing the list at lilypond-user-owner <at> gnu.org When replying, please edit your Subject line so it is more specific than "Re: Contents of lilypond-user digest..." Today's Topics: 1. Re:Placement of Chorus for Hymn (BGM) 2. Re:how to get short broken ties (Werner LEMBERG) 3. drawing glissando line with (gliss) as text across line (Ryan Michael) 4. Re:Ask about the typesetting of Lilypond (Wilbert Berendsen) 5. Re:drawing glissando line with (gliss) as text across line (Thomas Morley) 6. Re:drawing glissando line with (gliss) as text across line (Ryan Michael) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Message: 1 Date: Wed, 22 Jun 2016 10:09:09 -0700 (MST) From: BGM <brgabriel <at> sspx.org> To: lilypond-user <at> gnu.org Subject: Re: Placement of Chorus for Hymn Message-ID: <1466615349481-191824.post <at> n5.nabble.com> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Harm - thanks! That's more like what I imagined. It lets me keep the chorus and the verses in separate vars - it's just what I was hoping for. Thanks for taking the time! -- View this message in context: http://lilypond.1069038.n5.nabble.com/Placement-of-Chorus-for-Hymn-tp191809p191824.html Sent from the User mailing list archive at Nabble.com. ------------------------------ Message: 2 Date: Wed, 22 Jun 2016 19:25:11 +0200 (CEST) From: Werner LEMBERG <wl <at> gnu.org> To: simon.albrecht <at> mail.de Cc: lilypond <at> maltemeyn.de, lilypond-user <at> gnu.org Subject: Re: how to get short broken ties Message-ID: <20160622.192511.572486292200982367.wl <at> gnu.org> Content-Type: Text/Plain; charset=us-ascii
Note that this is not a theoretical issue. Especially in French impressionistic piano music like the works of Debussy and Ravel I've seen such a notation, and having a `\shortTie' command would be handy.
See <https://sourceforge.net/p/testlilyissues/issues/4336/>.
Ah, ok, thanks. Werner ------------------------------ Message: 3 Date: Wed, 22 Jun 2016 13:42:10 -0700 From: Ryan Michael <ryan.wieghard <at> gmail.com> To: lilypond-user <lilypond-user <at> gnu.org> Subject: drawing glissando line with (gliss) as text across line Message-ID: <CAAujDOLts=scMz-Ok8gn8c7_soFqG3-h13YYK5AaooDKBBS=4g <at> mail.gmail.com> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8" Hello, I am trying to engrave the following gesture: %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% bes16\glissando \tuplet 3/2{ aes8\glissando-\markup{\teeny"glissando between Ab and Bb"} \once \hide NoteHead a8\glissando \once \hide NoteHead a16\glissando bes16~} %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% my idea is to draw the first 16th note, have a visible line connect that 16th the the next 8th note with the word ("gliss") appear across the line like the first measure of this graphic: http://sites.siba.fi/documents/705861/705966/SingleGlissando1.png/3a9d5ef5-617d-460b-bfba-e3688ca67a4b?t=1371409410781 how can i do that? currently, even using the /glissando command between the bes16 and the aes, lilypond does not draw a visible line. Should I increase the width of the bar so it is actually visible? Thanks! Ryan.

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drawing glissando line with (gliss) as text across line

Hello, I am trying to engrave the following gesture: 

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bes16\glissando 
\tuplet 3/2{ aes8\glissando-\markup{\teeny"glissando between Ab and Bb"} \once \hide NoteHead a8\glissando  \once \hide NoteHead a16\glissando bes16~}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%


my idea is to draw the first 16th note, have a visible line connect that 16th the the next 8th note with the word ("gliss") appear across the line like the first measure of this graphic: 


how can i do that?
currently, even using the /glissando command between the bes16 and the aes, lilypond does not draw a visible line. Should I increase the width of the bar so it is actually visible? 

Thanks!
Ryan.
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