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RE: Optional notation

From: Robert
Subject: RE: Optional notation
Date: Tue, 2 Jun 2009 15:43:24 +0200

I forgot to tell that this particular score was written in the old C clef :)

Anyway, a bit of fiddling around with the various solutions proposed, I
found that this gives the desired result:

\times 2/3 { \slurDashed a8[( \set stemRightBeamCount = #0 b  \teeny c)]}
\normalsize d,4 fis |

Thanks for the precious help.


-----Original Message-----
From: Wilbert Berendsen [mailto:address@hidden 
Sent: 02 June 2009 14:57
To: address@hidden
Cc: Jonathan Kulp; Robert
Subject: Re: Optional notation

Op dinsdag 02 juni 2009, schreef Jonathan Kulp:
> \version "2.12.1"
> \relative c'' {
>    \override TupletBracket #'bracket-visibility = ##f
>    \times 2/3{\slurDashed c8([ d] \set fontSize = #-2
>    \set stemRightBeamCount = #0 e[])} \unset fontSize f,4 }

this one has the small beam in the same slope as the other one, and uses a
(more modern) tuplet bracket (instead of the slur), which is dashed to
indicate it's optionality.

\version "2.12.1"

\relative c'' {
  \once \override TupletBracket #'bracket-visibility = ##t
  \once \override TupletBracket #'style = #'dashed-line
  \once \override TupletBracket #'dash-period = #1
  \once \override TupletBracket #'dash-fraction = #1/6
  \times 2/3 {
    \set stemRightBeamCount = #0

best regards,
Wilbert Berendsen

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