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Re: Creating harmonized lines

From: Tao Cumplido
Subject: Re: Creating harmonized lines
Date: Sat, 16 May 2009 09:36:17 +0200

Take a look at this threads, there are several slightly different versions of 
modal and diatonic transpose functions.

-------- Original-Nachricht --------
> Datum: Fri, 15 May 2009 18:06:29 -0500
> Von: Tim McNamara <address@hidden>
> An: lilypond <address@hidden>
> Betreff: Creating harmonized lines

> Is LilyPond capable of generating harmonized lines of notes?  For  
> example, say I have:
> \key g \major
> \melody { c8 d8 e8 fis8 g1 }
> for one instrument and I want a second instrument to play a  
> harmonized line a third up from that (e.g., { e8 fis8 g8 a8 b1 } ),  
> is there a command for LilyPond to do this?  Using "\transpose c e"   
> would apply a major third interval to all the notes, resulting in the  
> harmony line not being within the key of G.
> I can of course just do this by hand, but I was looking for the  
> automagical way if it exists.  I have not been able to find anything  
> in the documentation, the mailing list archives (other than a  
> discussion about how \transpose does not do diatonic transposition)  
> or the snippet repository that would point to this capability.  Maybe  
> I should just stop being lazy...
> Tim
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