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Re: More on lyrics (and repeats/stanzas/whatever)

From: Laura Conrad
Subject: Re: More on lyrics (and repeats/stanzas/whatever)
Date: 01 Nov 2001 09:08:50 -0500
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>>>>> "Maury" == Maury Merkin <address@hidden> writes:

    Maury> I have the "a" section fine, repeat and all for the music (all 
instruments) and the
    Maury> chord designations using the \repeat { stuph } notation however I 
haven't figured out
    Maury> how to insert the second set of lyrics.

    Maury> Obviously I'd like 'em to appear immediately below the first lyrics.

    Maury> I gave one feeble try based on the "Row, row, row your
    Maury> boat" example but that doesn't use the \score { stuph } and
    Maury> anyway I obviously did it all wrong.  All I got was compile
    Maury> time errors.

No, you need to use the Dowland example I sent.   It's complicated
enough that I never remember how to do it off the top of my head, but
basically you have to set up a \lyrics{...} for the second set of
words.  If you want a verse number associated with the lyrics, you set
\property LyricsVoice . stz  or \property LyricsVoice . stanza, and
then in your score you put in a Lyrics context after the staff
context, with both sets of lyrics.  The documentation for how to do
this is in the lyrics chapter of the reference manual, under "more

Laura (mailto:address@hidden , )
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