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Re: Fermata sign on the last bar division not printed

From: David Raleigh Arnold
Subject: Re: Fermata sign on the last bar division not printed
Date: Wed, 26 Jan 2005 21:08:24 -0500
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 On Wednesday 26 January 2005 06:24 pm, Paul Scott wrote:
> David Raleigh Arnold wrote:
> >A fermata is over a note or rest, a double bar, or a closing repeat
> >sign.  If over a note or rest, it extends the duration.  Otherwise,
> > it is equivalent to "fine", except that you can continue after the
> > section it ends, IOW use it more than once.
> >
> >What could a fermata over an ordinary bar line possibly mean?  A bar
> >has no duration, and you usually don't end at one.  Does the piece
> >need a double bar?
> It means the same thing as a fermata over a double bar line:  stop
> and wait until the conductor starts the ensemble again.

No way.
||A ||<--fermata over this
|:B  :|D.C.

||  ||<--fermata over this
|:  :|D.C.

||  ||<--fermata over this
|:  :|D.C.

Each section is ABBA. daveA

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