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## Re: artificial harmonics notation

 From: Graham Percival Subject: Re: artificial harmonics notation Date: Wed, 28 Mar 2007 17:56:22 -0700 User-agent: Thunderbird 1.5.0.10 (Macintosh/20070221)

```Thanks, added as
http://code.google.com/p/lilypond/issues/detail?id=340

Cheers,
- Graham

Mats Bengtsson wrote:
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```As you have noticed, \harmonic only works within a chord. I'm not sure why
```
the program is designed this way, since it's perfectly valid notation practice to notate a harmonic with a single diamond shaped note head, i.e. with only a single note in the chord. You have exactly the same problems with fingerings if you want
```to specify a fingering to the left or right of a note head, then
\set fingeringOrientations = #'(left)
c'-3
doesn't work, whereas
\set fingeringOrientations = #'(left)
<c'-3>
```
gives the desired output. This may seem to be completely unrelated but it turns out that the same engraver handles both fingerings and harmonics in the current
```implementation.

```
I can easily add a few lines to the manual, clarifying that \harmonic only works within a chord, but I think that it would be better to fix the implementation.
```
/Mats

Jon Alvarez wrote:
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```Hi,

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It happens that, when I wnat to write an harmonic pitch, it doesn't work just with:
```
a4\harmonic

Instead, if I write it as an "one-note chord":

<a4\harmonic>

```
It works. Is the program suposed to work like that? I'm a 2.6.0 version user.
```Perhaps you fixed it in later versions.

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