Michael Dykes | 1 Nov 03:12 2010
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Chorded notes

I have a score for some of my Liturgical Music I am working on, & need the bass to have a C (2nd space-bass clef) quarter note, and two eighth note C's (the first 2nd space, and the second, middle C) to show to options for the bass which then continues over the next few measures with octave bass lines. How do I achieve this? I looked in the manuals, but so far I have not found any references to this situation. Thanks.
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Bill Mooney | 1 Nov 03:59 2010

Re: extra spacing between staves and verses

Greetings Keith,
Thanks for the comment. Do you have a special crystal ball there?

Do you know if there is any particular reason why inter-system spacings 
are done in the \paper block but spacing between staves is dealt with 
using commands in the \Staff context (Have I got the terminology correct!?)

In my innocence I thought that setting the latter in a 'global' 
definition would be the way to go.
Or is it because some users prefer to control individual staff spacing 
on a case by case basis... ?

If you have anything to do with the docs for this aspect of LP could you 
add to the 'selected snippets' section - the two snippets there don't, 
to my mind, make the spacing issue particularly clear...

Regards
Bill
Jan Warchoł | 1 Nov 08:57 2010
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Re: Chorded notes

2010/11/1 Michael Dykes <thedoctor81877 <at> gmail.com>
I have a score for some of my Liturgical Music I am working on, & need the bass to have a C (2nd space-bass clef) quarter note, and two eighth note C's (the first 2nd space, and the second, middle C) to show to options for the bass which then continues over the next few measures with octave bass lines. How do I achieve this? I looked in the manuals, but so far I have not found any references to this situation. Thanks.

Does this

\version "2.13.37"
  {
    \clef bass 
    e << { \voiceTwo c, } \\ { \voiceOne c,8 c } >> \oneVoice f4 
  }

produce the output you desire or do you need something more specific? 

cheers,
Janek

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胡海鹏 - Hu Haipeng | 1 Nov 09:45 2010

showFirstLength problem

Hello,
  I'm checking the title page layout of my overture. I tried to use
showFirstLength = R1
but the log says syntax error. Where must I place the string? I use 2 bookparts, in the second one there goes the music, and the first one for unnumbered 2 title pages.
Regards
Haipeng




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Jan-Peter Voigt | 1 Nov 10:22 2010
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Re: markup fromproperty footer

Hello Michael,

>> If I could extent that to the scope of the current typesetted score, it might do what I want.
>>      
> Here I do not understand how this can help you.
> What is a big deal to access (to "read") upper header in your case?
>    
I want to read the score-header on a level - the footer - that is the 
"global" bookpart-level.
So I want score-header-fields to appear in the footer. In the following 
snippet the piece-field is not readable in the footerMarkup. My question 
is, how can I read the score level piece-header?

Best regards,
Jan-Peter

\version "2.12.3"

\paper {
   oddFooterMarkup = \markup { \fill-line {
       \concat { \fromproperty #'header:composer ", " \bold 
\fromproperty #'header:title ", " \fromproperty #'header:piece }
       \fromproperty #'page:page-number-string
     }
   }
   evenFooterMarkup = \markup { \fill-line {
       \fromproperty #'page:page-number-string
       \concat { \fromproperty #'header:composer ", " \bold 
\fromproperty #'header:title ", " \fromproperty #'header:piece }
     }
   }
}

\bookpart {
   \header {
     title = "title"
     composer = "composer"
     piece = "*"
   }

   \score {
     \relative c' {
       c d e f
     }
     \header {
       piece = "first"
     }
   }
   \score {
     \relative c' {
       c d e f
     }
     \header {
       piece = "second"
     }
   }
}

On 01.11.2010 04:22, Michael Roy wrote:
> Hello Jan-Peter,
>
>    
>> I wish to set several scores in one bookpart, because sometimes there should be more than one score on a page.
>>      
> That is, you will have one bookpart header and score headers with
> different piece fields.
>
>
>    
>> So my question should be, how can I access header fields in a distant/different scope.
>> I found one snippet: http://lsr.dsi.unimi.it/LSR/Item?id=467
>>      
> Well, this snippet allows to get properties from upper level header on
> the markup level.
>
>    
>> which allows \fromproperty in arbitrary markups.
>>      
> Ok.
>
>    
>> If I could extent that to the scope of the current typesetted score, it might do what I want.
>>      
> Here I do not understand how this can help you.
> What is a big deal to access (to "read") upper header in your case?
>
> Best regards,
> Michael.
>
>    
Valentin Villenave | 1 Nov 10:34 2010
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Re: showFirstLength problem

2010/11/1 胡海鹏 - Hu Haipeng <hhpmusic <at> 163.com>:
>   I'm checking the title page layout of my overture. I tried to use
> showFirstLength = R1
> but the log says syntax error. Where must I place the string? I use 2
> bookparts, in the second one there goes the music, and the first one for
> unnumbered 2 title pages.

Greetings Haipeng,
showFirstLength is a LilyPond variable: you have to define it at the
"top-level", not in any \book,\bookpart or \score block. (just like
\version, for example).

Good luck!

Valentin.
Stephan Elliot Perez | 1 Nov 13:45 2010
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TextSpanner position

Good day,
      Could someone please tell me ho to change the vertical position of the /textSpanner ?

Best regards,
Stephan

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Stephan Elliot Perez | 1 Nov 14:27 2010
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more vertical positioning

How can I move other objects? I would like, for example to move dynamic symbols and text into the system itself. I know how to move text around within a markup with /lower and /hspace , but not through other objects.  There is probably a section of the notation reference I need to read, but I am not sure which...

Thanks in advance,
Stephan

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Vicente Solsona | 1 Nov 14:57 2010

Re: more vertical positioning

On Mon, 01 Nov 2010 14:27:10 +0100, Stephan Elliot Perez  
<dreamoftheshoreofanotherworld <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> How can I move other objects? I would like, for example to move dynamic
> symbols and text into the system itself. I know how to move text around
> within a markup with /lower and /hspace , but not through other objects.
> There is probably a section of the notation reference I need to read,  
> but I
> am not sure which...
>
> Thanks in advance,
> Stephan

surprisingly:

http://lilypond.org/doc/v2.12/Documentation/user/lilypond-learning/Moving-objects

:)

greetings,

Vicente
Wim van Dommelen | 1 Nov 15:05 2010
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Re: Question on creating an "ossia" with different times?

Hi James,

Thanks for pointing out. I upgraded now and I took a look in the new  
learning manual. You are right, once in a while one has to re-read  
(parts of) the documentation although you might think you know it all,  
and I didn't. Apologies.

I found clues on how to run the different \time commands in different  
staves and take out the Timing_translator. But somehow I'm drifting  
away from what I had in mind. Now I'm trying to find a way to  
verticall align notes and the bar lines, because reading it now is  
also no fun.

The sample below is how far I got untill now.

Regards,
Wim van Dommelen.

P.S. The alignment of the two small ossia's staffs themselves can  
probably be done with a context, but I'm not there yet.

------ sample code: -----------------------------------------

\version "2.12.3"

\paper {
	#(set-paper-size "a4")
	#(define dump-extents #t)
   	indent = 0\mm
}

\book {
     \score {
	\new Staff = "main" {
	    \override Staff.TimeSignature #'style = #'()
	    \override Score.BarNumber #'break-visibility = #end-of-line- 
invisible
	    \clef violin
	    \key d \major
	    \relative c' {
		\time 3/2
		c c d d es es |
		e e fis fis
		<<
		    { g g | }
		    \new Staff = "ossia" \with {
			alignAboveContext = #"main"
			firstClef = ##f
		    }
		    { \time 3/4 g4 g r | }
		>>
		\time 1/4
		r |
		\time 4/2
		c, c d d es es
		<<
		    { e e | }
		    \new Staff = "ossia" \with {
			alignAboveContext = #"main"
			firstClef = ##f
		    }
		    { \time 3/4 e!4 e r | }
		>>
		\time 1/4
		r |
		\time 3/2
		r c d d es es |
	    }
	    \bar "|."
	}
	\layout {
	    \context {
		\Score
		\remove "Timing_translator"
		\remove "Default_bar_line_engraver"
	    }
	    \context {
		\Staff
		\consists "Timing_translator"
		\consists "Default_bar_line_engraver"
	    }
	}
     }
}

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On 29 Oct 2010, at 23:07 , James Bailey wrote:

> Hi, first of all, let me recommend you to upgrade to version 2.12.  
> It's the current stable version, and includes numerous bug fixes  
> over 2.10. Secondly, let me recommend you to read the Learning  
> Manual included in the new documentation. Even if you've been using  
> LilyPond for quite a while, it explains the features in an easy to  
> understand format, and will likely enable you to answer most of your  
> own questions in the future. Thirdly, to answer your question,  
> you'll find sections on having different time signatures in  
> different staves in (the 2.12 documentation) the Notation Reference,  
> section 1.2.3, and information on creating ossia staves in section  
> 1.6.2. I hope these help you!
>
> James
>
> On Oct 29, 2010, at 10:01 PM, Wim van Dommelen wrote:
>
  <snipped>

Gmane