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Re: different noteheads in the same chord/voice

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: different noteheads in the same chord/voice
Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2003 15:12:06 +0100
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Kieren Richard MacMillan wrote:
Hello, Mats:

Don't you want the stem of the quarter note?

No, it's a triple-stop (violin) in which the lowest note is released early -- not strictly a grace note, but not notated at full value either. This is the notation recommended by the violinist who commissioned the piece.

I guess you will get the desired alignment if you just make the stem
invisible in my example. The cause of the alignment problems is that
the note head of the whole note is wider then that of shorter notes,
just a you will find in well-typeset printed scores.


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