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Re: engraving question - changing stem direction to avoid levitating slu
Re: engraving question - changing stem direction to avoid levitating slur
Mon, 14 Feb 2011 15:17:57 -0500
I looked through some scores and it does not seem to be out of
place as is, which was also my initial reaction. I did notice a few
instance were the slur lines were engraved crossing through the stems
when they would have otherwise been too high. It is always also
possible to have the slur under the staff also. Anyway I would not
change it. unless you find a more excellent reason than that it looks
a little odd.
2011/2/14 Janek Warchoł <address@hidden>:
> i have a levitating slur like in the attachment. Fixing slur is easy -
> just change the direction of stems of bflat notes under it.
> But the question is, should the direction of bflat notes outside the
> slur be changed as well (i.e. the ones over "terrae")?
> What's the common engraving practice?
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