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Re: Piano staff, single staff polyphony and lyrics

From: Jonathan Kulp
Subject: Re: Piano staff, single staff polyphony and lyrics
Date: Tue, 07 Oct 2008 17:02:23 -0500
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Here's a quick test of Kieren's suggestion, showing first the overridden slur and then one without the override. Not too hard to do as long as there aren't too many. This is a good trick to know. Thanks Kieren :)

\version "2.11.61"

\relative c' {
  \once \override Slur #'positions = #'(2 . 2.5)
  fis4^( gis) g^( c,) d8^( d e c)


Kieren MacMillan wrote:
Hi Ari,

What I'd like to see is to have the slur start from the other end of the
stem - the end where there's no note.

There used to be a functions that allowed you to set the slur to begin at the stem — it was deprecated/eliminated several versions ago.
Now, you must use \override Slur #'positions and manually set the points…


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