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Re: contemporary notation: slashed gracenote beams

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: contemporary notation: slashed gracenote beams
Date: Tue, 08 Feb 2005 11:37:01 +0100
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That's a slashed flag, not a slashed beam. Also, it's in the first
example you find if you look up the section on Grace Notes in the
LilyPond manual, so why would Thomas ask about that?


Christ van Willegen wrote:
Hi Mats, list,

this is
probably what he's looking for. See example 2, measure 3.

Can you point to some example (preferably some score available on-line
or a scanned copy) that shows the layout you are looking for?


Thomas Scharkowski wrote:

Slashed gracenote beams for "as fast as possible" are quite common. I
think they are not implemented, at least I did not find in the doc.
Any tricks?

Christ van Willegen

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