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Re: hebrew lily lyrics

From: Aaron
Subject: Re: hebrew lily lyrics
Date: 27 Jun 2003 14:15:31 +0300

I will try it.
The change of subject unfortunetly comes from replying to letters which
doesn't automatically go back to the list and which may not have the
same header. And being senile I sorta forget the header name.

I will try to keep the header from now on.
On Fri, 2003-06-27 at 12:37, Ferenc Wagner wrote:
> Aaron <address@hidden> writes:
> > I added "\\hebalef" and I got errors and no output.

now it runs funny...
but still no hebrew.

You are saying I think that if I get a file to work in hebrew english
latex it should work in lilypond.
which is what I am using as a basis for these experiments.
They work fine in latex but inside lily???

I will run them again just to be sure it isn't my system, which is the

> This is the way to embed LaTeX commands into lyrics.  From
> which stage did you get what errors?  Does the .tex file
> contain the expected \hebalef commands?  Go like this:
> create a .tex file (preferably for LaTeX, maybe eLaTeX or
> whatever), which is *generally* english, but you can escape
> to Hebrew, like for example (untested):
> \documentclass{article}
> \usepackage[hebrew,english]{babel}
> \begin{document}
> Wow, this is an English sentence with the Hebrew word
> \foreignlanguage{hebrew}{gibberish} in it.
> \end{document}
> Once you get it work, you will know how to embed Hebrew into
> the lyrics.
>                                                 Feri.
> Ps: would you mind not changing the subject every two mail,
> or adding the appropriate References: header?  You break up
> the thread badly.
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