6 notes when the tempo is 5/4 ?

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6 notes when the tempo is 5/4 ?

Vivyan
not sure why on the bass clef is the last note d in not in the second meter?



%Piano Score
{
  \new PianoStaff <<
    \new Staff {
      \clef treble
     
      \time 5/4
      \tempo "Andante" 4 = 76
     
      des'4
     
      \tuplet 3/2{
       e''8  <e' c'''> ges''
      }
     
      \tuplet 3/2{
   
      <a' a>
      <g' g''>
      d''
      }
 
      \tuplet 4/4{
       r16
       e'' des'' ees''
      }
     
      *4
      }
     
    \new Staff {
      \clef bass
      \voiceOne
      \autoBeamOff
     
      d4\rest
     
       
     
       \tuplet 3/2{
        \crossStaff { b }
      }
     
      d8\rest
      e8
      d4\rest
     
      \tuplet 3/2 {
        d4\rest f,8
      }
     
      d4

    }
  >>
}



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Re: 6 notes when the tempo is 5/4 ?

David Kastrup
Vivyan <[hidden email]> writes:

> not sure why on the bass clef is the last note d in not in the second meter?
>
>
>
> %Piano Score
> {
>   \new PianoStaff <<
>     \new Staff {
>       \clef treble
>      
>       \time 5/4
>       \tempo "Andante" 4 = 76
>      
>       des'4
>      
>       \tuplet 3/2{
>        e''8  <e' c'''> ges''
>       }
>      
>       \tuplet 3/2{
>    
>       <a' a>
>       <g' g''>
>       d''
>       }
>  
>       \tuplet 4/4{
>        r16
>        e'' des'' ees''
>       }
>      
>       *4
>       }
>      
>     \new Staff {
>       \clef bass
>       \voiceOne
>       \autoBeamOff
>      
>       d4\rest
>      
>        
>      
>        \tuplet 3/2{
>         \crossStaff { b }
>       }
>      
>       d8\rest
>       e8
>       d4\rest
>      
>       \tuplet 3/2 {
>         d4\rest f,8
>       }
>      
>       d4
>
>     }
>   >>
> }

lilypond /tmp/viv.ly
GNU LilyPond 2.21.0
Processing `/tmp/viv.ly'
Parsing...
/tmp/viv.ly:27:7: error: syntax error, unexpected '*'
     
      *4
/tmp/viv.ly:1:1: error: errors found, ignoring music expression

{
/tmp/viv.ly:1: warning: no \version statement found, please add

\version "2.21.0"

for future compatibility
fatal error: failed files: "/tmp/viv.ly"

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Re: 6 notes when the tempo is 5/4 ?

Dan Eble
In reply to this post by Vivyan
On Feb 3, 2018, at 19:20, Vivyan <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> d4\rest
>
>       \tuplet 3/2{
>        \crossStaff { b }
>      }

I believe that this B has a duration of 2/3 of a quarter note, therefore the final D begins with 1/3 of a beat remaining in the measure.

Dan

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