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D Josiah Boothby
Wed, 21 Sep 2005 22:44:20 -0700
On Thu, 2005-09-22 at 00:42 +0200, Han-Wen Nienhuys wrote:
> David Bobroff wrote:
> > I think this music was prepared with either Sibelius or Finale but I'm
> > not sure which (one clue; when slurs/ties pass through time signatures
> > they 'white out' as they cross them). I used to use Finale but I never
> > encountered this sign before.
> > Just thought I'd toss this out there. If it is, or is becoming, a
> > standard notation perhaps LilyPond ought to be able to do it, too.
> I once saw something similar in a score of a Dutch composer. He used
> dots in 5/8 to be + 1/4, in stead of + 1/2. It confused the hell out of me.
Joseph Schwantner has a different approach. Writes two dots, one on
either side of the notehead. Takes a little while to get used to it, but
it seems to work. Maybe it goes without saying that the score and parts
are all done by hand.
- half-dot, David Bobroff, 2005/09/21
- Re: half-dot, Han-Wen Nienhuys, 2005/09/21
- Re: half-dot,
D Josiah Boothby <=