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Re: Accidentals increase spacing when room is available above/below prev
Re: Accidentals increase spacing when room is available above/below previous note
Thu, 23 Dec 2004 09:38:58 +1100
Do you have a scan of a traditionally engraved score which does this?
(preferably, but not necessarily, from an out-of-copyright score). It would
I had a look for online examples, and found
It's not *always* done, but page 4, system 3, measure 3, the second natural
sign is partially above the previous note in the bar. There are other
examples in the same file. I guess I would expect it to be done only in
more extreme circumstances. I haven't seen any examples where accidentals
have completed overlapped another note, presumably because an accidental
centred over or a under a note usually indicates how an trill or ornament
would be played.
Also, if we want to list you in the THANKS file (as is standard for ppl
finding bugs/suggestions), do you want Wiz Aus to be displayed, or do you
prefer another name?
You can put it as "Dylan Nicholson".
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