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Re: Review of chapter 4 of NR (spacing.itely)

From: Carl Sorensen
Subject: Re: Review of chapter 4 of NR (spacing.itely)
Date: Sat, 19 Dec 2015 17:11:00 +0000
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Very nice work, Federico.

On 12/18/15 10:57 AM, "Federico Bruni" <address@hidden> wrote:

>b) 4.3.1 Line breaking
>"Note that manually forced line breaks have to be added in parallel
>with the music:"
>What means "in parallel" here? The example following this sentence does
>not show "parallel breaks", there's only one \break in one voice.
>If the purpose is suggesting the use of \break in each voice, the
>does not match this purpose.
>What I'm getting wrong?

 I think that the example is demonstrating that you can add breaks in a
music expression that contains only breaks and spacing information, as
long as that expression is in parallel with the music.

I use this feature often in my scores; I create a spacing variable and
actually add it in a parallel context in a Staff.

I agree that it is poorly worded and needs to be fixed.



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