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Wed, 02 Aug 2006 02:00:00 -0700
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Mats Bengtsson wrote:
I think it's just as confusing for a woodwind player. Let's see if we
get opinions from the other members of the orchestra.
Graham Percival wrote:
Ady Ecker wrote:
Thank you for your quick response. I was able to make it work.
Please keep lilypond email on the mailing list, so that other people
can benefit from the discussion.
It would help if -
1. This would be the default behavior of \transpose (this will save
questions in the future)
I don't think this will happen; in many cases the current behavior of
\transpose is the desired one. From a music theory standpoint, it's
the correct one.
Agree completely! As a violin player, I often get very confused if the
has made an enharmonic replacement of some note just to reduce the number
of accidentals, both since it makes it harder to understand the melody
harder to find a natural fingering. I guess the sitiuation may be
if you play woodwind instruments, for example.