|Subject:||Re: Odd output|
|Date:||Fri, 10 Dec 2010 17:36:26 -0000|
As I replied in my direct reply - because it's not right. I asked a friend who teaches music about the Mikado problem I had and he said:
"Key- C major
Bass note pedals - C-G C-G etc.
Chord in Bar 1 G7 (G B D Fnat = dominant 7th); Chord in Bar 2 C major (CEG)
Each bar has a melody which uses AGF# G with the F# as a chromatical altered
note (lower auxiliary between the 2 Gs) and therefore clashes (to create
interest) with both chords.
Each sounds fine on their own but looks illogical as a whole.
If you can convince LilyPond that the accidentals are in different voices in
the piano part then I would hope it would work. You could but shouldn't
use a Gb not a F# as the first chordsis a G chord."
Note his final comment - could use a Gb but shouldn't.
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