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Re: Placing turn between notes

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: Placing turn between notes
Date: Wed, 15 Jun 2005 14:25:36 +0200
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dax2 wrote:
On Wed, 15 Jun 2005 11:53:21 +0200
dax2 wrote:

My previous link to Chopin op.1 bar 7 and following

does not give a valid demonstration of the need for
horizontal-to-the-right movement of a turn, so the example is not
really valid, sorry.

Here is a more relevant explanation inclusive printed music examples:

So I guess my "written-out" examples are valid (or just meaningful).

These examples are really only relevant in this very special context
where you have a written out version of the ornamentation on a second
stave. Otherwise the note spacing will be much narrower. Actually,

If you want the turn to be slightly to the right of the first note, then
you should attach it to the note, just as in your example
"" and you could add more spaces before \column:

\version "2.4.5"
  c'8.^\markup{"   " \column <
           \teeny \smaller \smaller \flat
           \musicglyph #"scripts-turn"
           \teeny \smaller \smaller \flat
    ges'16 as'4 |


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