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Re: Dots wrongly positioned in not merged chords

From: 70147persson
Subject: Re: Dots wrongly positioned in not merged chords
Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2018 16:55:10 +0200
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Hello Andrew,

Thank you for your comment.

It is piece for a choir (SATB). Maybe unusual, but I think it is easier to read the notes for each individual voice if they are not merged, easier to separate e.g. sopranos from altos, which are both on the same staff. But when the dots do not attach to the notes they belong to it looks ugly. Also the short piece of the stem on the upward notes can be hard to see if it stops at the top head or continues down to middle head when they are merged. Sometimes you need a magnifier to see this.


On 2018-04-26 kl. 16:31, Andrew Bernard wrote:
Hello Kaj,

That would be unusual notation, if piano. The notes lose their simultaneity, making it unclear to read. What is this for actually then?


On 26 April 2018 at 19:37, <address@hidden> wrote:
How do I get the dots follow the notes?

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