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Re: Lyx and Lilypond

From: Jan Nieuwenhuizen
Subject: Re: Lyx and Lilypond
Date: 02 Jan 2002 16:48:38 +0100

"Ton 't Lam" <address@hidden> writes:

> Is there a convenient way to enter Lilypond in Lyx.

I don't know much about Lyx.  Does Lyx allow verbatim latex inserts?
If so, try inserting

   a b c

and replace the compiling command 'latex' with a lilypond-book
wrapper, if Lyx allows this, something vaguely like:

   lilypond-book --format=latex $1
   base=$(basename $1 .lyx)
   latex $base.latex
See also:

Btw, I've never quite understood, what *is* the advantage of Lyx over
Emacs+auctex?  This is a valid latex file, to be preprocessed by


    In a lilypond-book document, you can freely mix music and text. For
      \score { \notes \relative c' {
         c2 g'2 \times 2/3 { f8 e d } c'2 g4
      } }
    Notice that the music line length matches the margin settings of the


> Met vriendelijke groet,

Gelukkig nieuwjaar
[Happy new year],


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