Fat Eighths!

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Re: Fat Eighths!

Post by odod » 25 Jan 2017, 01:11

Briard i think almost the same with Sonata indeed ..

well, my flag was actually following the images of most old score.
Maestro flag is too thin at the end of the curve
my full font (Henle Style) .. i am still having trouble with Finale bounding box though ..
this is when all flags are used from 8th to 32nd .. some scores has different 16th flag style but for me it is the way i like it
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Re: Fat Eighths!

Post by benwiggy » 25 Jan 2017, 09:39

Very nice. I like the text typefaces too.

Is the fullstop after "Grave" following a tradition from Henle?

PS: Bar 5 has a piano crashing into the notes. I would try to align some of those dynamics in each system.
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Re: Fat Eighths!

Post by OCTO » 25 Jan 2017, 12:30

Is that Sibelius?
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Re: Fat Eighths!

Post by odod » 26 Jan 2017, 00:56

OCTO wrote:
25 Jan 2017, 12:30
Is that Sibelius?
yes sir, i am not that good with Finale :(
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Re: Fat Eighths!

Post by odod » 26 Jan 2017, 00:58

benwiggy wrote:
25 Jan 2017, 09:39
Very nice. I like the text typefaces too.

Is the fullstop after "Grave" following a tradition from Henle?

PS: Bar 5 has a piano crashing into the notes. I would try to align some of those dynamics in each system.
ahh i forgot to align that :piano .. thank you sir,
the fullstop just my idea because old scores sometimes have that too
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can anyone show case also their 8th FLAG STYLE preferences (maybe 16th and 32nd included)
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Re: Fat Eighths!

Post by Knut » 26 Jan 2017, 09:44

benwiggy wrote:
25 Jan 2017, 09:39
Is the fullstop after "Grave" following a tradition from Henle?
This is a historical German typographical practice:
viewtopic.php?f=2&t=132&hilit=german+dot

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Re: Fat Eighths!

Post by odod » 26 Jan 2017, 12:43

Knut wrote:
26 Jan 2017, 09:44
benwiggy wrote:
25 Jan 2017, 09:39
Is the fullstop after "Grave" following a tradition from Henle?
This is a historical German typographical practice:
viewtopic.php?f=2&t=132&hilit=german+dot
wwoo thanks knut for the info, how could i missed that thread
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Re: Fat Eighths!

Post by Knut » 26 Jan 2017, 14:05

odod wrote:
26 Jan 2017, 12:43
Knut wrote:
26 Jan 2017, 09:44
benwiggy wrote:
25 Jan 2017, 09:39
Is the fullstop after "Grave" following a tradition from Henle?
This is a historical German typographical practice:
viewtopic.php?f=2&t=132&hilit=german+dot
wwoo thanks knut for the info, how could i missed that thread
You're welcome, odod.

Did you place the accidentals on downstem octaves in the wrong order on purpose, or is that how Sib. did it by default?

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Re: Fat Eighths!

Post by Christof Schardt » 26 Jan 2017, 14:14

Knut wrote:
26 Jan 2017, 14:05
Did you place the accidentals on downstem octaves in the wrong order on purpose, or is that how Sib. did it by default?
Even more: Is there a reason to ignore the rule, that accidentals of octave-distance should be aligned?
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Re: Fat Eighths!

Post by Knut » 26 Jan 2017, 14:36

Christof Schardt wrote:
26 Jan 2017, 14:14
Knut wrote:
26 Jan 2017, 14:05
Did you place the accidentals on downstem octaves in the wrong order on purpose, or is that how Sib. did it by default?
Even more: Is there a reason to ignore the rule, that accidentals of octave-distance should be aligned?

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