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Re: Arpeggio collision

From: Helge Kruse
Subject: Re: Arpeggio collision
Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2008 13:27:19 +0100


I have seen a similar problem. Your Lilypond output should show a line: Warnung: no heads for arpeggio found?

   { g16 d' <bes' d''> d' d d' g4.
                                                       \arpeggio }

Arpeggio obviously needs a chord. I tried to extend the note to a chord with an 
invisble note, but this trial failed:

{ g16 d' <bes' d''> d' d d' <g \hideNotes b \unHideNots>4.\arpeggio }

The \hideNotes is not accepted inside a chord. As a workaround you could write the one note of the chord in the other voice. I know that's not intuitive and the stem crosses the staves, but it gives a more readable output.

   { r4 r8 <g'' b'' g''' g>4.\arpeggio }
   { g16 d' <bes' d''> d' d d' s4. }


----- Original Message ----- From: "Friedrich Fischer" <address@hidden>
To: <address@hidden>
Sent: Wednesday, October 29, 2008 11:51 AM
Subject: Arpeggio collision

Would you please help me to solve the collision problem between note and
Regards Fischer

\version "2.11.63"
\new Staff \with { \consists "Span_arpeggio_engraver" }
{ \time 6/8
\transposition c
\key g \minor
\clef treble
\set Staff.connectArpeggios = ##t {
                { R2. }
                { g16 d' <bes' d''> d' d d' g d' <bes' d''> d' d d' }
                { r4 r8 <g'' b'' g'''>4.\arpeggio }
                { g16 d' <bes' d''> d' d d' g4.\arpeggio }
\bar "|."

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