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Re: NullVoice + modern-voice-cautionary -> spurious cancellation

From: Daniel Eble
Subject: Re: NullVoice + modern-voice-cautionary -> spurious cancellation
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 2014 14:02:08 +0000 (UTC)
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Eluze <eluzew <at> gmail.com> writes:

> NR
> http://lilypond.org/doc/v2.19/Documentation/notation-big-page#specialist-notation:
> /Polyphony with shared lyrics/
> "The NullVoice context must be placed within a Staff context and contain
> notes that are already being displayed in that staff and that are also in
> the same octave. Otherwise the NullVoice may interact with the printed
> voices in unexpected ways. For example, arbitrary notes in the NullVoice may
> cause accidentals to appear (or disappear) on the staff."
> check where your accidentalStyle should go!
> Eluze

Thank you.  In my example, the NullVoice is inside a Staff, and the NullVoice
contains the very same notes as the displayed Voice, so I don't think that
passage in the NR explains the problem.

I am also following the NR on the use of accidentalStyle:

"There are many different conventions on how to typeset accidentals.
LilyPond provides a function to specify which accidental style to use.
This function is called as follows:
     \new Staff <<
       \accidentalStyle voice
       { ... }
The accidental style applies to the current Staff by default (with the
exception of the styles piano and piano-cautionary, which are explained

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