On Jan 14, 2008 12:55 PM, Trevor Bača <address@hidden
> On Jan 14, 2008 1:43 PM, Andrew Hawryluk <address@hidden
> > In the relative octave section, paragraph beginning "When octaves are
> > specified", I suggest we replace "as above" with "in absolute mode",
> > "put a pitch" with "put a single pitch", and "prevents" with
> > "reduces". This should clarify the intent of the paragraph, and the
> > advantages of relative mode.
> > Under "automatic accidentals" the second paragraph is missing a ")"
> > Is it worth mentioning that LilyPond will not place accidentals on
> > tied notes _except_ when the tie crosses a line break? (As an aside,
> > does anyone know of a way to parenthesize the accidental in that
> > case?)
> > Also, I love the Beethoven excerpts. Very classy touch.
> Excellent; I wondered if anyone was going to enjoy those. I did them up in
> and out of airports a while back, and, as listed in the minor to-dos, I've
> got to fix line breaks in a couple of sections (most especially Rhythm ...
> which includes 128th notes as a quiet nod to the discussion on the list a
> couple of months ago ;-)
> One request: could somebody *please* proof the the headwords? Like I said, I
> was mostly sitting in airports when I did those and, although I did proof, I
> seem *always* to miss something ... (In a couple of places I've taken
> liberties with some of the phrasing and fingering, according to my own
> preferences, but we must make sure that the pitches and rhythms are
> absolutely right ...)
> Trevor Bača