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Re: engraving question - changing stem direction to avoid levitating slu
Re: engraving question - changing stem direction to avoid levitating slur
Tue, 15 Feb 2011 22:12:46 +0100
W dniu 14 lutego 2011 21:17:57 UTC+1 użytkownik Shane Brandes
> Hi Janek,
> I looked through some scores and it does not seem to be out of
> place as is, which was also my initial reaction.
Well, for me it looks odd.
> I did notice a few
> instance were the slur lines were engraved crossing through the stems
> when they would have otherwise been too high.
Yes, it seems reasonable to do so in some cases. However, i suppose
doing so would require tweaking slur control points, and that sounds
pretty messy. I'd like to avoid this if possible - after all, i'm
using LilyPond because i want to do as few (and as simple) tweaks as
> It is always also possible to have the slur under the staff also.
Do you mean simply using \slurDown? I'd say that the result (attached)
is indeed a little better, but flipping bes quarter note makes it yet
> Anyway I would not
> change it. unless you find a more excellent reason than that it looks
> a little odd.
Well, for me not :)
Apart from the way to handle that slur, if i do in in my way, what
would you advise me about those stems of bes notes? ('terrae' part)
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