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Re: Articulation sign in Haydn

From: Lukas-Fabian Moser
Subject: Re: Articulation sign in Haydn
Date: Thu, 5 Apr 2018 07:30:35 +0200
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Dear Joram,

thanks much for the comprehensive answer! For the moment I'll go ahead with solution 3, slightly modified:

haydnOrnament = ^\markup \translate #'(-0.2 . 0) { \override #'(font-name . "Century Schoolbook L") \combine \fontsize #3 "~" \teeny \translate #'(0.39 . 0.2) "|" }

(This is because I use a different default roman font.)


Am 04.04.2018 um 23:23 schrieb Noeck:
Dear Lukas,

it is a "Haydn ornament" which is to my knowledge not in the Feta font
(Lilypond music font):
It is in the Bravura font (SMuFL position U+E52F):

According to this source (pate 117):
it is “sometimes a four-note turn and sometimes a three-note mordent.”

I see at least three options:
1. Use a \turn or \mordent
2. Use the symbol from Bravura (there is something like \smuflglyph
"ornamentHaydn" if you use openlilylib)
3. Create your own symbol from existing glyphs like:
   { d'^\markup \combine \huge "~" \teeny \translate #'(0.35 . 0.2) "|" }


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