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Re: LaissezVibrer tie on single note of chord

From: Robin Bannister
Subject: Re: LaissezVibrer tie on single note of chord
Date: Fri, 10 Apr 2009 10:34:20 +0200

Nick Payne wrote:
the laissezVibrer tie specified in the bass voice also appears on the two simultaneous notes in the treble voice.

This is because of the names you gave your voices. They happen to be the same as those automatically chosen by the << { } \\ { } >> construct.
So at this point the voice named "1" gets not only
- <cis' a''>8.from the treble, but also - a8. from the bass, and it combines these to a chord with three notes. The \laissezVibrer requested for that moment in voice "1" is applied to (all) the notes occurring in voice "1". If you rename the treble voice, this bass note is left uncombined and you can see it no longer shares a stem with the treble notes.


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