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Re: Relative mode

From: Graham Percival
Subject: Re: Relative mode
Date: Wed, 29 Jan 2003 14:02:17 -0800

On Wed, 29 Jan 2003 12:05:57 +0100
Olivier Gu <address@hidden> wrote:
>       Let supose we name each octave with a name. For exemple from A to Z (We
> don't use mutch upper case letter, is there a reason ?). In fact, in
> braille notation there's only the 8 octave of the piano. When he enter
> music he do exactly the same as us with the relative mode. But If
> there's big step between two notes, or if he want to be precise at one
> point, he just say something like "aG4", the note is "writing" at this
> exactly place (just like in non-relative mode) and it's the new starting
> point for the relative notation. For me it sound realy a good idear, we
> can't do it actually because we name the octave in the non relative mode
> with the same signs that are use for increase or decrease note in
> relative mode.

This sounds like using a bunch of \relative modes inside a piece, like this:

\relative c,{
        c4 d e f |
        f e d c |
\relative c'{
        a4 a b b |
        a a g2 |

Is that close enough to what you want?

- Graham

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