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## Re: hebrew lily lyrics

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

Thanks
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

I will try to keep the header from now on.
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On Fri, 2003-06-27 at 12:37, Ferenc Wagner wrote:
>
> > 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.
see:
http://www.math.bgu.ac.il/howtos/hebrewlatex.html#tth_sEc3
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
problem.

Thanks
Aaron
>
> 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,
>
>
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