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Re: Combine these segments for same score

From: Colin Campbell
Subject: Re: Combine these segments for same score
Date: Sun, 16 Dec 2018 12:31:38 -0700
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On 2018-12-16 9:47 a.m., Reggie wrote:
David Wright wrote
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).


lilypond-user mailing list
No David, the reason is to save on compiling time :) And compile segments as
you go along that's what I learned by reading these good users on the list.
Large pieces need this. Concatenate merge segment whichever you call it :))

This may be muddying the waters, but if the need is to shorten compile times during the editing process, then the Notation Reference section 3.4.2 Skipping Corrected Music may beĀ  helpful.



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