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Re: Ornamentation in Bach's piece

From: 田村淳
Subject: Re: Ornamentation in Bach's piece
Date: Sun, 19 Sep 2021 20:48:32 +0900

2021/09/19 18:30、Xavier Scheuer <>のメール:

On Sun, 19 Sept 2021 at 09:07, 田村淳 <> wrote:
> Hello,
> Is there a snipett to realize this?
> This is from the 3rd movement of the Sonata for Viola da Gamba and Harpsichord in G-minor, BWV 1029, by J. S. Bach.


It looks like a \prallup

Yes, the symbol is very similar to \prallup but not identical. The symbol has one less squiggle than \prallup has, and the right end of the symbol has a slope going up toward the note to the right. The example in the previous post was from Baerenreiter edition (Neue Bach-Ausgabe).

By using \prallup, I was able to get the following but I’m not so sure whether this can be interpreted correctly by baroque music experts or not:

\once \overrideProperty Script.X-offset -2 \once \overrideProperty Script.Y-offset 1 f8\prallup

(sorry, this is on different clef)

The “modern” notation would be:
(taken from Bach-Gesellschaft Ausgabe)


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