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Chord inversions---I'm confused! (version 1.4.6)

From: Alan Robert Clark
Subject: Chord inversions---I'm confused! (version 1.4.6)
Date: Tue, 30 Dec 2003 17:14:21 +0200 (SAST)

Hi All

I am typesetting a bunch of chord inversion exercises, and getting wierd
results. The simplest test case is supplied below. 

(We're just looking at Triads here, looking at g ( < g b d > ) g/d works
fine = < d g b >, but g/b does not.)

Additional Q: why do my chordnames come out at the bottom, even though I
specifgy them first in the \simulataneous block?

Many Thanks, and all the best for 2004!!!


Alan Robert Clark, Pr Eng     Computational Electromagnetics
Associate Professor                 Wits University
School of Electrical and Information Engineering
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\include ""
\include ""
\include ""

\header {
  title = "Chord Inversion Exercises"
  tagline = "Typeset by Alan Robert Clark (address@hidden)  using GNU LilyPond 

accompaniment = \chords {
  g4 g/b  g/d  

\score {
    \context PianoStaff
      \time 4/4 
        \context ChordNames {
          \property ChordNames.ChordName \override #'style = #'jazz
        \context Staff = "up" {
          \notes \transpose c'' {\key g \major \accompaniment}
        \context Staff = "down"{
          \clef bass
          \notes {\key g \major \accompaniment}
  \paper { \translator { \EasyNotation } }

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