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Re: Already have music in score

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: Already have music in score
Date: Thu, 04 Aug 2005 10:19:39 +0200
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I assume that you explicitly write out \score{...} in your file.
Then, you should note that the syntax is (schematically)

  <optional layout>
  <optional midi>
  <optional header>

where <music> should be a musical expression, i.e.

- a single note
- a sequence of notes/musical expressions : { c d e f }
- a set of simultaneous notes/musical expression: << {c d e f} c1 >>
  or ...

In other words, if you do

  c d e f
you get the described error message since you have more then one
musical expression at the top level of the \score{...} block.
The correct version is
  {c d e f}

or maybe
  \relative c' {c d e f}

or maybe
mymusic = \relative c' {c d e f}

or ...


andrew Black wrote:

What do the following messages mean ?
error: Already have music in score

error: This is the previous music

(Using LilyPond 2.4.2)

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