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Re: [spam probable] Re: automatic accidental style voice: too many writ

From: Frédéric Bron
Subject: Re: [spam probable] Re: automatic accidental style voice: too many written accidentals
Date: Mon, 26 Oct 2009 08:30:25 +0200

>> Here is my first post:
>> In voice style, when switching from one voice to two voices, the
>> program writes too much accidentals.
>> This example demonstrates the problem (2.12.2 and 2.13.6): the second
>> bes should not have a written flat.
>> \relative c'' {
>>      #(set-accidental-style 'voice)
>>      \key f \major
>>      bes1
>>      << { bes } \\ { g } >>
>> }
> This is not a bug.  The two voices in the <<  \\  >> construct are
> distinct from the main voice.  This is explained in the Learning
> Manual in section 3.2.1.   You have requested accidentals
> to be cancelled only within a voice,

Here it is not an accidental cancelation, it is just printing the
accidentals from the key!

I consider this as a bug because the new voices should inherit the key
from the Staff context as it is what's the musician "think". No
musician will say: "warning this is a new voice, foget what's on the
key!). Look at that new example:

\relative c'' {
      #(set-accidental-style 'voice)
      \key f \major
      << { b } \\ { g } >>

The b is this time "natural" but it has no natural sign. How a
musician can imagine that is is not a b flat?


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