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Re: Feature request - jazz / bigband notation and caesurae

From: Paul Scott
Subject: Re: Feature request - jazz / bigband notation and caesurae
Date: Fri, 19 May 2006 09:41:37 -0700
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Han-Wen Nienhuys wrote:
address@hidden schreef:
Seeing as I've made enough of a fuss about other things ...

I've seen somebody else ask about modern "tram-line" caesurae, and I want things like a free-format gliss ...

What sort of price am I looking at to sponsor these - I guess it's just a new character in a font?

Basically the four things I can think of at the moment are

1) tram-line caesurae

Basically, the straight version
of the tram-line we have now?
I would consider a tram-line straight for this purpose. In the US we commonly call them "railroad tracks" What we have now looks like two distorted commas.
I can add those for free with any of the following features.

2/3) straight-line and zigzag glisses WITHOUT a terminating note

You could make a gliss to a transparent note.

But  I can also add it as feature. Price: 130 EUR.

4) not sure what it's called, but it looks like a right parenthesis hanging from the note head, usually seen for trombones and trumpets, and again is a form of gliss.

I think this is called a "fall." Price: 65 EUR; I will need some scans to be sure that we're talking about the same thing, though.
I could contribute a small amount (20 EUR) for these.

Paul Scott

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