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vertical centering of chorus lyrics (and not needed code in snippets)

From: Eluze
Subject: vertical centering of chorus lyrics (and not needed code in snippets)
Date: Tue, 3 Dec 2013 15:38:14 -0800 (PST)

the source in
starts with

\include "english.ly"
leftbrace = \markup { \override #'(font-encoding . fetaBraces) \lookup
#"brace240" }
rightbrace = \markup { \rotate #180 \leftbrace }

I think these lines should be skipped since neither English note names nor
left braces are used afterwards (or the leftbrace and rightbrace should be

and I object to the 1st sentence:

"In a vocal piece where there are several (two,four or more) lines of
lyrics, and common lyrics for all voices at some point, these common lyrics
may be vertically centered regardingly, as shown in the following example:"

no (vertical) centering is done - it just positions the line with
extra-offset 5 spaces lower.

it would be nice to have such a centering function, taking into account the
number of stanzas, the \verticalAxisGroup values and maybe some more...


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