Grace notes alignment - comment

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OCTO
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Grace notes alignment - comment

Post by OCTO » 29 Jul 2016, 19:22

I have a pretty terrible situation here, the Boulezian Derive style would be of help.
The grace notes should start on the beat (=everyone should start at the same time). Does it look OK for you?
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Q2: should grace notes in staves 1&2 have flattened beams?

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Re: Grace notes alignment - comment

Post by Knut » 29 Jul 2016, 20:02

Q 1: Based on your intentions, I agree that the Boulez notation would be better in this case. Also, your grace note slashes are too thin, and the top two are also misplaced.

Q 2: No, but the stems are a bit too long.

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Re: Grace notes alignment - comment

Post by OCTO » 29 Jul 2016, 21:25

Knut wrote:your grace note slashes are too thin, and the top two are also misplaced.
Yes, to be fixed!
Knut wrote:the stems are a bit too long.
And yes, to be fixed too!

Thank you Knut for your quick but valuable response.

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Re: Grace notes alignment - comment

Post by Knut » 29 Jul 2016, 21:38

You're welcome, OCTO.

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