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Re: combining pieces

From: Laura Conrad
Subject: Re: combining pieces
Date: 12 Jan 2003 23:03:47 -0500
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>>>>> "Jeff" == Jeff Ousley <address@hidden> writes:

    Jeff> I have these two pieces of music (attached):


    Jeff> I need them combined into one piece of music with the
    Jeff> psalm22 (antiphon) piece at the top and underneath it
    Jeff> the melody piece. What is the best way to accomplish
    Jeff> this? (There is more to the melody piece that I'll add
    Jeff> later.)

We've had this discussion before (it might have a subject about multiple
movements or something), and there are other ways to do it, but for me
the easiest way is to use lilypond-book.  So you say something like:

\lilycontentsline{Psalm 22}
\lilytitle{Psalm 22}{Antiphon}
%whatever stuff you want as header to the melody part


in a file named psalm22.lytex, and then in your makefile you have:     psalm22.lytex *.ly
        lilypond-book --outdir=out psalm22.lytex
        cd out;latex psalm22.latex;dvips -o ../ psalm22.dvi

So then you just say "make".

Laura (mailto:address@hidden , )
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