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Re: Example of LilyPond real-world usage

From: Knute Snortum
Subject: Re: Example of LilyPond real-world usage
Date: Thu, 4 Mar 2021 07:35:34 -0800

You probably should post this to the lilypond-list, not the bug list.

Knute Snortum

On Thu, Mar 4, 2021 at 7:08 AM Peter Anglea <peter@peteranglea.com> wrote:
> Hello, I wanted to make the LilyPond community aware of a real-world use 
> case. I’m not sure if this is the kind of thing you would like to link from 
> the Productions page of the website, or not, but this is a website that is 
> very much powered by LilyPond.
> I’ve developed a web app for church musicians called Doxology 
> (https://doxology.app <https://doxology.app/>). I have here a growing catalog 
> of Christian hymns both ancient and modern which can be downloaded in various 
> formats (hymn sheet, lead sheet, or projection slides). Each file can be 
> transposed and customized as desired (for example, showing chord names, 
> changing the capo, etc.). The sheet music is engraved dynamically according 
> to the user input and delivered via download. All of this is done exclusively 
> with LilyPond.
> I believe that LilyPond has a lot of potential and I’d like to put this 
> forward as an example of what’s possible. I have a lot to learn about it 
> still, but just over the past 2-3 years or so, I’ve been able to learn enough 
> in my spare time to create this website. Maybe it will inspire other, similar 
> projects. I welcome your input and feedback.
> Thanks for your consideration,
> Peter Anglea
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