|Subject:||Re: Feature request: German chord names|
|Date:||Sun, 31 Aug 2008 21:51:08 +0300|
|User-agent:||Thunderbird 126.96.36.199 (X11/20080724)|
Bertalan Fodor schrieb:
Well, it is also not really logical/good practice to have the major be the main functionI think in this way this is a bad practice
(with no modifier)
and the minor then with a modifier. It is always a bit difficult to explain people that their
habits are bad and they should switch to something else.
In general I would agree that there is much bad practice met around the world -- on this
particular example I don't have any opinion.
So you mean it is wider spread?and I wouldn't call it German tradition.
What about giving people the possibility to use both forms? If the hm-form would be adopted,The best traditional practice is to use small letter and the quality mark together: hm
it almost demands that there first be a h-form.
The users would like to be able to make a minor chord print the chord name as a small letter, and a big letter for the major chord, e.g. C maj would be C and C min would be c. This has some tradition in German Lead sheet music.
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