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Re: Odd output

From: Keith OHara
Subject: Re: Odd output
Date: Sat, 25 Dec 2010 13:44:40 -0800
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Hello, Jan.
 The article you pointed out earlier, by J-P Coulon, was more useful than 
anything I could find.

 The handbook from the Music Publishers Association of the United States, by 
contrast, has some mistakes -- such as putting the key cancellation /after/ the 
new key signature; we in the US are not that strange, actually.

On Sat, 25 Dec 2010 15:28:01 +0100, Janek WarchoĊ‚ wrote:
I also went to the library of Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in
Warsaw, but surprisingly they don't have anything much interesting

 The well-engraved music itself should be useful.
 I am a member of the closest University Library (which they allow for low dues 
even though I was never a student there).  They do have engraving textbooks, so 
I read Kurt Stone's book, listed in the appendix to Lilypond's Notation 
Reference. can help to find which libraries have a book, but 
they might not yet include libraries in Warsaw; the closest copy of Kurt 
Stone's book I could could find was in Dresden.

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