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Re: stanza numbering

From: Laura Conrad
Subject: Re: stanza numbering
Date: 11 Dec 2001 09:11:23 -0500
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>>>>> "Thomas" == Thomas Willhalm <address@hidden> writes:

    Thomas> Christmas is approaching and so I'm typesetting some Christmas 
    Thomas> Attached to this email you should a version of one. Obviously, the 
    Thomas> of the stanzas isn't satisfying. Any ideas how this can be 

A quick and dirty thing that I do when I don't feel like typing the
real thing is:

        textstrophea = \lyrics { "1. Es"

You can try the following and see if you like it better:

    textstrophea = \lyrics {
        \property LyricsVoice . StanzaNumber \override #'visibility-lambda = 
\property LyricsVoice . stz = "1."
\property LyricsVoice . StanzaNumber \revert #'visibility-lambda

In your case, it might not make much difference.  I have to use it
because I have an incipit showing the range of the part and the
original first note, which shouldn't have lyrics at all.

Laura (mailto:address@hidden , )
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