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## Re: Arpeggio next to a chord

 From: Brett Duncan Subject: Re: Arpeggio next to a chord Date: Thu, 15 Jan 2009 15:50:20 +1100 User-agent: Thunderbird 2.0.0.19 (Macintosh/20081209)

```Miklos Vajna wrote:
```
```On Mon, Jan 12, 2009 at 12:11:52PM +1100, Brett Duncan <address@hidden> wrote:
```
Rather than subverting your major 7th symbol, you could also set up a chord exception that adds the arpeggio when you add the 15th to the chord (which of course you would normally never do):
```
Hi Brett,

I like this, but how can I make it work, not only with minors?

I mean 'e1:m5.15' currently works with your solution, but 'g1:5.15'.

```
```arpeggioGuitar = \markup \override #'(baseline-skip . -2 ) {
\musicglyph #"space"
\center-column {
\center-column {
\musicglyph #"scripts.arpeggio"
\musicglyph #"scripts.arpeggio"
\musicglyph #"scripts.arpeggio"
}
\musicglyph #"scripts.arpeggio.arrow.M1"
}
}

chExceptionMusic =  {
<c ees g c''>1-\markup {m \super \arpeggioGuitar }
}
```
```
^ I guess I have to add something here. :)

Thanks!
```
```
Add further definitions in chExceptionMusic like this:

chExceptionMusic =  {
<c ees g c''>1-\markup {m \super \arpeggioGuitar }
<c e g c''>1-\markup { \super \arpeggioGuitar }
}

```
You can add as many chord definitions as you need - if you want the arpeggio next to a 7th, add
```        <c e g bes c''>1-\markup {7 \super \arpeggioGuitar }

and the chord would be entered like g1:7.15

Brett

```

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