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Lyric on rest

今井雄治
Hello.
I use Lilypond 2.6.5 on Windows XP.

I want to put lyric on rest.
Now, I write following,
but "cio..." can not place under the rest.
Is there any idea for this case?

\version "2.6.5"
\include "english.ly"
\score {
    \new Staff \relative {
        r4 e' d c |
        gs2. fs4 |
        \hideNotes c4 \unHideNotes r1*3/4 |
    }
    \addlyrics {
        un al -- tro
        ba -- - -- cio...
    }
}

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Re: Lyric on rest

Jay Hamilton, Sound and Silence
I would just use
_\markup {"cio"} on the rest
Jay

IMAI Yuji wrote:

> Hello.
> I use Lilypond 2.6.5 on Windows XP.
>
> I want to put lyric on rest.
> Now, I write following,
> but "cio..." can not place under the rest.
> Is there any idea for this case?
>
> \version "2.6.5"
> \include "english.ly"
> \score {
>     \new Staff \relative {
>         r4 e' d c |
>         gs2. fs4 |
>         \hideNotes c4 \unHideNotes r1*3/4 |
>     }
>     \addlyrics {
>         un al -- tro
>         ba -- - -- cio...
>     }
> }
>

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Re: Lyric on rest

Mats Bengtsson-4
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What is the meaning of a lyrics syllable under a rest?

First of all, why do you use the hidden note? My guess is that you
haven't realized that full measure rests should be typeset using R1
instead of r1.

If you really want a syllable below the rest, the easiest way is to
attach it to an invisible note, something like:

\version "2.6.5"
\include "english.ly"
\score {
    \new Staff \relative {
        r4 e' d c |
        gs2. fs4 |
        \hideNotes << R1 {s2 c2 } >> \unHideNotes |
    }
    \addlyrics {
        un al -- tro
        ba -- - -- cio...
    }
}


   /Mats

Quoting IMAI Yuji <[hidden email]>:

> Hello.
> I use Lilypond 2.6.5 on Windows XP.
>
> I want to put lyric on rest.
> Now, I write following,
> but "cio..." can not place under the rest.
> Is there any idea for this case?
>
> \version "2.6.5"
> \include "english.ly"
> \score {
>    \new Staff \relative {
>        r4 e' d c |
>        gs2. fs4 |
>        \hideNotes c4 \unHideNotes r1*3/4 |
>    }
>    \addlyrics {
>        un al -- tro
>        ba -- - -- cio...
>    }
> }
>
> --
> [hidden email]  Yuji IMAI
>
>
>
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Re: Lyric on rest

今井雄治
Hello, Lilypond users.

I don't know output R1 inside \hideNotes.
>         \hideNotes << R1 {s2 c2 } >> \unHideNotes |

Thanks for your sugestion.

Mats Bengtsson wrote:

> What is the meaning of a lyrics syllable under a rest?
>
> First of all, why do you use the hidden note? My guess is that you
> haven't realized that full measure rests should be typeset using R1
> instead of r1.
>
> If you really want a syllable below the rest, the easiest way is to
> attach it to an invisible note, something like:
>
> \version "2.6.5"
> \include "english.ly"
> \score {
>     \new Staff \relative {
>         r4 e' d c |
>         gs2. fs4 |
>         \hideNotes << R1 {s2 c2 } >> \unHideNotes |
>     }
>     \addlyrics {
>         un al -- tro
>         ba -- - -- cio...
>     }
> }
>
>
>    /Mats

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