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Re: Mixing music and markup in Scheme

From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: Mixing music and markup in Scheme
Date: Tue, 14 Jun 2016 12:58:51 +0200
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"Phil Holmes" <address@hidden> writes:

>> mus = \relative c''
>> { c4 d e \once \set suggestAccidentals = ##t fis
>> }
>> \score {
>>  \new MensuralStaff \with { \override
>> AccidentalSuggestion.glyph-name-alist =
>>      #alteration-mensural-glyph-name-alist }
>>    {
>>      \new MensuralVoice { \mus }
>>    }
>> }
> Excellent, as always.  Thanks.

Well, not really.  Should AccidentalSuggestion.glyph-name-alist be
changed by default here?  Or are the ficta signs in mensural music
usually added as well as styled modernly?

Should there be some more obvious interface?  And/or documentation?

My basic approach here was "there must be something better" and digging
around in the internals doc for candidates and in the "musica ficta" NR
index and finally looking for something related in default context/grob
properties in the Scheme files.

Approaches that don't work without specialist handholding and/or code
archaeology don't really scale well.

David Kastrup

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