|From:||Maarten de Keijzer|
|Subject:||Using the Piano template|
|Date:||Tue, 25 May 2010 19:26:55 +0200|
Apparently my message did not make it to the ‘users’, maybe because of the enclosed .ly file.
This is the text of the message, however:
I am using the “Piano template with centered dynamics” to engrave existing music to improve its quality for using it in MusicReader (a program to show and handle sheets on a computer screen).
I have been busy quiet some time to engrave Scarlatti’s Sonate L345.
I took the template, and split both staffs into two voices to enable what the sonata needed.
Now, all notes, slurs, finger settings, etc. are rather good looking, but I have a few questions.
Maybe someone can advise me. I include the Lilypond file (let me know if you need it, and how to send it)
template makes it rather easy to add dynamics, including cresc.
had to adjust a lot of finger settings by using _ and ^, although I tried the
\set fingerPositions (as told in the Reference) at
3. Can the same be done to force globally signs like . and > to above or below?
(horizontal) position of dynamic signs appear to be inconsistent (e.g. compare
the p in bar 21 after 2 s8’s and the f in bar 27 after a s4).
5. Is it possible to add e.g. rall. (at the end) to the dynamics, inorder to align with those?
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