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Re: Lyric Entry

From: Aaron Dalton
Subject: Re: Lyric Entry
Date: Mon, 13 Sep 2004 17:15:23 -0600
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On September 13, 2004 11:12 am, Mats Bengtsson wrote:
> In most scores, such a melisma (that you sing one syllable to several
> notes) is typeset with a slur or possibly a beam over the corresponding
> notes. LilyPond knows about these conventions, but if you want a
> melisma without a corresponding slur or beam, you can use the \melisma
> command, described at
> All contexts are typeset vertically in the order they first
> appear in the score{...}. So, if you want the lyrics below the
> corresponding stave, just move the \context Lyrics = superius { s1 }
> below the \context Staff = superius <<...>>, for example.
> (Then you actually don't even need the dummy
> \context Lyrics = superius { s1 }, see the mailing list archive
> for a better explanation).
>     /Mats

Thank you for your help!  Everything works perfectly now!

Aaron Dalton

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