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Re: Key Cancellation
Re: Key Cancellation
Wed, 25 Jan 2012 14:46:42 -0500
The Problem also requires a bit more code so that the following
systems are clear of accidentals in the key signature. \override
Staff.KeySignature #'break-visibility = #all-invisible
Thanks for the solution to the key signature problem.
On Wed, Jan 25, 2012 at 1:21 PM, Shane Brandes <address@hidden> wrote:
> I would agree to such surprise. The piece in question is a
> variation, one out of 15, by Franz Ignaz Beecke. (He was a
> contemporary of Mozart and at one time won a competition against
> Mozart. It made me curious to see what he was writing. Unfortunately,
> There seems to be only one readily available score of his which is not
> really enough to give much insight into the scope of his writing. But
> it was sufficiently interesting think it should be given a new setting
> which would be easier to read. Some of the engraving is such that it
> makes it hard to readily work out the rhythms) I am trying to
> preserve the larger part of the engraving practice as presented by the
> original score circa 1800. The previous variation was in minor and
> having a dangling key change was really easy. The front side had me
> stumped and it did not cross my mind to present it as a special key.
> On Wed, Jan 25, 2012 at 12:46 PM, Tim Roberts <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Shane Brandes wrote:
>>> i have a bit of puzzle that hopefully someone has worked out an
>>> answer to. I wish to place a key cancellation indication at the
>>> beginning of a piece, say from c-minor to c-major. However, as it is a
>>> new piece there is nothing to cancel from, hence the puzzle.
>> May I ask why? Is this one part of a multi-movement piece that follows
>> a section in C minor?
>> As a musician, I would certainly be startled to see a key signature with
>> three naturals at the top of a piece.
>> Tim Roberts, address@hidden
>> Providenza & Boekelheide, Inc.
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