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Ryurick M. Hristev
Thu, 06 Mar 2003 21:19:48 +1300 (NZDT)
On Mon, 3 Mar 2003, Guido Amoruso wrote:
> 1. in MusicXML slurs can span from one voice to another. I don't know
> whether this can match any actual musical situation (but I doubt), it's
> probably a music representation trick (although used in Finale, too):
> anyway there is no - AFAIK - a way to represent this with Lilypond.
I've seen this kind of slur in "The Ultimate Pop Sheet Music Collection
2000", arranged by Dan Coates, Warner Bros. Publications, 2000, ISBN
0-7579-0205-7 on pg.: 128, 129, song "I Believe I Can Fly", words & music
by R. Kelly, arranged by Dan Coates.
The slurs are on a piano staff, it starts on the bass staff and continues
on the treble. It looks like an elongated S, mirrored then rotated 90deg.
anticlock-wise. It make sense to me as being a legato starting on the left
hand and continuing on the right one.
But of course I' not an expert :-)
Ryurick M. Hristev mailto:address@hidden
Computer Systems Manager
University of Canterbury, Physics & Astronomy Dept., New Zealand