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RE: that migrating "opus"


From: Mark Stephen Mrotek
Subject: RE: that migrating "opus"
Date: Thu, 8 Mar 2018 21:35:34 -0800

David,

Very interesting, been there, done that!
Now I am focusing on Haydn Sonatas - very inventive!

Mark

-----Original Message-----
From: David Wright [mailto:address@hidden 
Sent: Thursday, March 08, 2018 9:20 PM
To: Mark Stephen Mrotek <address@hidden>
Cc: 'Lilypond-User Mailing List' <address@hidden>
Subject: Re: that migrating "opus"

On Thu 08 Mar 2018 at 16:17:16 (-0800), Mark Stephen Mrotek wrote:
> I am setting a Haydn piano sonata
> \version "2.19.80"
> \header {
>   title = "Sonata"
>   composer = "F. J. Haydn"
>   opus = "XVI:6"
> }
> \include "XVI-6-1.ly"
> \pageBreak
> \include "XVI-6-2a.ly"
> \pageBreak
> \include "XVI-6-2b.ly"
> \pageBreak
> 
> As expected the "opus" migrates to each and every score. The 
> documentation
> states:  "only piece and opus fields are printed by default in Score 
> Titles."
> 
> Since I have not, in my limited experience, seen an opus number on 
> each movement that I have read, I am asking for the rational/purpose 
> for having the opus migrate.

If I've got hold of the right end of the stick, imagine you're setting the 
Brahms opus 118 Klavierst√ľke, then you would label the six scores thus:

1: piece=Intermezzo, opus=opus 118 no 1
2: piece=Intermezzo, opus=opus 118 no 2
3: piece=Ballade,    opus=opus 118 no 3
4: piece=Intermezzo, opus=opus 118 no 4
5: piece=Romanze,    opus=opus 118 no 5
6: piece=Intermezzo, opus=opus 118 no 6

Cheers,
David.




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