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Re: grace moments and multibar rests

From: Han-Wen Nienhuys
Subject: Re: grace moments and multibar rests
Date: Thu, 08 Jun 2006 17:14:41 +0200
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Werner LEMBERG schreef:

  Grace note synchronization can also lead to surprises.  Staff
  notation, such as key signatures, bar lines, etc., are also
  synchronized.  Take care when you mix staves with grace notes and
  staves without, for example,

     << \new Staff { e4 \bar "|:" \grace c16 d4 }
        \new Staff { c4 \bar "|:" d4 } >>
      [image of music]

  This can be remedied by inserting grace skips of the corresponding
  durations in the other staves. For the above example

    \new Staff { c4 \bar "|:" \grace s16 d4 }

Is this no longer true?

Perhaps I was unclear, but my example represents an instrument part in
a full score, and I want to use the same source for both the full
score and the part.

That's still true, but you would have split rests if you have \bar "|:" or key sig changes in the part.


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