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Re: music starting with afterGrace breaks layout

From: Thomas Morley
Subject: Re: music starting with afterGrace breaks layout
Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2017 22:50:24 +0100

2017-02-22 18:44 GMT+01:00 Klaus Rettinghaus
> Hi there,
> when the music starts with an \afterGrace the layout is broken:
> \relative { \time 2/4 \afterGrace g'2 { f8[ g] } f2 }
> You have to put something before that to make it work:
> \relative { \time 2/4 s2*0 \afterGrace g'2 { f8[ g] } f2 }
> This is present in 2.18.2. and 2.19.55 (Mac).
> Cheers,
> Klaus

Hi Klaus,

thanks for the report.

\afterGrace returns simultaneous music.
If no context exists before, LilyPond creates them. In the case of
afterGrace Staves for each musical expression in the created list.
Another example would be: << c c >>

So I don't think it qualifies as a bug, but expected (though
undesired) behaviour. Not sure whether it's fixable in the

Easiest workaround would be to explicitely declare a context:
\new Voice \relative { \time 2/4 \afterGrace g'2 { f8[ g] } f2 }


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