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Re: wrapping long textual markup

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: wrapping long textual markup
Date: Wed, 06 Mar 2002 15:32:25 +0100

> >>>>> "Mats" == Mats Bengtsson <address@hidden> writes:
>     Mats> Of course, a clumsy solution to your problem is to hard-code
>     Mats> the line breaks of the music using \break commands and then
>     Mats> splitting the sonnet into several text scripts, one for each
>     Mats> line. This will of course be more troublesome if you want it
>     Mats> typeset both in the score and in the separate parts.
> Wouldn't it be a bit less clumsy to just make up a lyrics
> correspondence, possibly with several sylables per note.  Then
> whatever lily wanted do do with the line breaks, some words would go
> with the note.  For instance:
> \lyrics{When~in~disgrace with~fortune~and men's~eyes}
> would put the lyrics with the first three notes.

Yes, but it would destroy the spacing of the notes, since 
then the word spacing would be more limiting than the note


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