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Header inside the score context

From: Paolo Prete
Subject: Header inside the score context
Date: Wed, 24 Nov 2021 13:01:11 +0100


Given a header like this:

\markuplist {

\fill-line {
  \override #'(font-name . "Liberation Sans")
  \override #'(font-size . 6)

\vspace #4

\fill-line {
  \override #'(font-name . "Liberation Sans")
  \override #'(font-size . 15)

\vspace #2

\fill-line {
  \override #'(font-name . "Liberation Sans")
  \override #'(font-size . 10)

\vspace #6



%section 1
c'1 c' c' \break c' c'


%section 2
e'1 e' f' \break f' f'



... I would like to put it inside the score context. Is it possible ? 
In this way, given that the above header is only bound to the first page of the score, if I want to render only page 2 I would not need two block comments  (page 1 and header), but I would use only one block comment.

(Maybe by using the following hacky way to have multiple marks on the same bar: (Creating simultaneous rehearsal marks) ?)



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