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[Resurrection] \accidentalStyle for common choir notation

From: Alexander Kobel
Subject: [Resurrection] \accidentalStyle for common choir notation
Date: Tue, 6 Dec 2016 22:45:24 +0100
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Dear all,

I'd like to lift the thread "\accidentalStyle for common choir notation" from June-July out of the grave. Unfortunately, I don't have it in my inbox anymore, so I need to refer to the horribly url'ed archive
In particular, I'd like to gain new insight why Abraham's idea did not work out (also, not for me over here).

Summary: I want to use the piano accidental style in a ChoirStaff, but it doesn't work.

My contribution to the rationale (and I'm surprised that this hasn't been mentioned in the earlier discussion): Pieces might be pure a cappella, but conductors need to lead rehearsals every once in a while, and the might want to use the piano for that. And they're elected to lead, not to read:
And there no. 3 of 5 possible options is not always correct... ;-)

Any hints?


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