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Suppress scoreTitleMarkup

From: Br. Samuel Springuel
Subject: Suppress scoreTitleMarkup
Date: Tue, 18 Dec 2018 14:18:10 -0500
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What is the best way to suppress the default scoreTitleMarkup? I've been using `scoreTitleMarkup = \markup \null` but this is creating an extra space above the score (which, with, comes out as an empty "system"). I'm defining a custom titling format in which I want to do away with scoreTitleMarkup entirely and only use bookTitleMarkup (whose definition is working fine, so I'm not including it in the MWE below). I don't want any extra space where the scoreTitleMarkup would normally go (and definitely not an extra system when is used).

#(ly:set-option 'relative-includes #t)
\version "2.19.82"
\language "english"

\include ""

\header {
    piece = "PRAELUDIUM I"
    opus = "BWV 846"

\paper {
        scoreTitleMarkup = \markup \null

global = { \key f \major }

music = \relative c' {
    \repeat unfold 16 { c }

verseI = \lyricmode {
    \repeat unfold 16 { test }

\new Staff
    \new Voice = "mel" { \global \music }
    \new Lyrics \lyricsto "mel" { \verseI }

Br. Samuel, OSB
(R. Padraic Springuel)
St. Anselm’s Abbey
4501 South Dakota Ave, NE
Washington, DC, 20017
(c) 202-853-7036


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