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Re: second+ voice cross-measure slur problem

From: Urs Liska
Subject: Re: second+ voice cross-measure slur problem
Date: Wed, 31 Jul 2013 00:47:44 +0200
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Am 29.07.2013 08:21, schrieb Papanastasiou Spyridon:
I'm not top posting.
\version "2.16.2"
\new Staff {
   <<{\voiceOne a1}\new Voice {\voiceTwo c1(}>>
   <<{\voiceOne a1}\new Voice {\voiceTwo c1)}>>
   <<{\voiceOne a1(}\new Voice {\voiceTwo c1}>>
   <<{\voiceOne a1)}\new Voice {\voiceTwo c1}>>

the first slur is not connected

It is because you are using a polyphonic construct where the _first_ voice is considered a contigious voice while the second is instantiated only during that polyphonic section.
Maybe this post on lilypondblog.org can help you understand the issue?:


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