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Re: [Spam] Partcombine with rests

From: Rutger Hofman
Subject: Re: [Spam] Partcombine with rests
Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2018 10:55:28 +0200
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On 20-04-18 08:46, Lukas-Fabian Moser wrote:

in the following example

\version "2.19.80"

One = \relative d'' {
   r8 d4 e8 f4

Two = \relative g' {
   r4 e4 d2

\new Staff \partcombine \One \Two

As the docs state, the decision about which partcombiner mode to choose (Apart, Chords, SoloI, SoloII) is hard, and can frequently mismatch with the user's expectations. In that case, it is OK to specify the mode yourself.

So: add \partcombineApart before bar 2 in either of your voices. You can revert in two ways:
(1) \undo \partcombineApart
(2) \partcombineAutomatic

HTH, Rutger

Lilypond treats the quarter note rest in the second voice as reason to put "Solo" and down-stem the first note of the first voice. I'm not sure this is reasonable behaviour since the lower voice has its own rest which \partCombine (reasonably) doesn't suppress, so in fact we have a two-voice situation for the whole bar.

I know how to get rid of the "Solo" marking, and of course I could also correct the stem of the upper voice's first note by \once\stemUp, \once\voiceOne or something similar (maybe combined with tags in order to still be able to create an extra part for the first voice). But somehow I feel that \partcombine shouldn't force me to do so.

So: Is there a way to make \partcombine recognize the lower voice's quarter rest as reason to automatically treat the upper voice as the \voiceOne ?


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