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Re: Question about the header structure of the very first page of the sc

From: Valentin Petzel
Subject: Re: Question about the header structure of the very first page of the score
Date: Wed, 24 Nov 2021 16:35:44 +0100

Hello Paolo,

Using the paper variables scoreTitleMarkup and bookTitleMarkup you can do 
custom formatting for titling Markup of individual scores and of the whole 

You can override these to achieve your intended result or disable them 
completely and use custom markup for each header.

Note that your example is not in fact a header, but a cover page. You can 
create this as part of your score (although you do not have to), but if you do 
you need to make sure that the page numbers work (you do not want the backside 
of the cover page to have page number 2, or anything like that. I have 
appended an example of some score I did a while ago.

The score it self then has something like

\book {
  \markup \vspace #5
  \markup \vspace #13
  \markuplist \table-of-contents
  \markup \vspace #5
  \markup \head


Am Dienstag, 23. November 2021, 02:32:21 CET schrieb Paolo Prete:
> Hello,
> in Italy it's very common to have a printed score with the very first page
> formatted as this image shows:
> Basically, it is a sequence of fields, all horizontally centered, following
> this order, from top to bottom:
> 1) composer
> 2) title
> 3) subtitle
> 4) subsubtitle
> 5) (optional) copyright
> How can I obtain the same structure in LilyPond?
> Note that all the fields have different fonts (and font-sizes)
> The title + subtitle + subsubtitle structure of LP would be enough but I
> also need to place the name of the composer at the top of the page.
> Thanks for your help!
> P

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