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Re: Combine these segments for same score

From: Reggie
Subject: Re: Combine these segments for same score
Date: Sun, 16 Dec 2018 09:44:11 -0700 (MST)

David Wright wrote
> We prefer you to do that so we don't have to second guess what you are
> really trying to do.
> That's because your example is so simple that it doesn't make it clear
> what you want to concatentate. The response assume you're just
> concatenating the notes into one part, whereas I suspect you actually
> want to deal with the three *scores* that LP has instantiated
> automatically. If so, then it would make your example less ambiguous
> if you were to write out the \score { … } constructions explicitly.
> With that assumption, there are several things you need to do in order
> to concatentate scores:
> All but the first score need \indent=0 as well as
> \context { \Staff \omit TimeSignature } which can both go in the
> layout. To get consecutive bar numbers, you need to put
> \set Score.currentBarNumber=#51 and so on into a part.
> However, that won't print a bar number for the first bar of a score
> section for which you additionally need
> \once \override Score.BarNumber.break-visibility = #end-of-line-invisible
> \bar ""
> You will have to accept a line break at each change of score, but then
> the only reason I would break a piece down into score fragments is
> because it's made up of sections with grossly differing layouts
> (like number of parts/choirs/soloists/accompaniment etc).
> Cheers,
> David.
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You are close to what I need to help thank you very much. I am not talking
about what Kieren said in the lilybin that's mere simple combining parts
into score file that's basic. I mean this so called segment handling that
people on the list have mentioned time and time. Kieren Trevor B Urs and
more. They always use segments if the "SCORE" is a large piece to savve on
compiling time that's all I mean. Not combining parts <<>> but rather
stringing along together in sequence segments not simultaneous. Is therer
any documentation on this because I sure cannot locate segment sequence
anywhere except mailing list where these users suggest it for large pieces. 
Thank you for helping and I am sorry I was not clear :(

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