... simpler) myself if I want it.
Is it possible to participate to the Lilypond project? What are the
A small detail:
>Sounds more like chromatic/unisonoric accordion to me. For diatonic, I
have rarely seem anything but "Griffschrift":
There also beautiful scores for...
... is similarly confusing to musicians not
in on the joke, but the tuning is usually given explicitly. To some
degree, so is Rosenzopf-Griffschrift for Styrian Harmonica, but it has a
wholly different clef as indication.
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..." things such as mixed bass and chords have also their
> convention: chord of F bass of D is written like: f/D
Sounds more like chromatic/unisonoric accordion to me. For diatonic,
I have rarely seem anything but "Griffschrift".
> I wonder what is the best way to write it with Lilypond...
... to the minimal example.)
Ok, the example is in a manner of "Griffschrift" which means that notes
between lines are in first row, notes on the lines are in second row,
notes with an x accidental before them are in third or fourth row when
written between/on lines respectively. The middle line...
... attachment is a good compromise that allows piano
>> players as well as either type of accordion player (those who prefer
>> reading the usual score and those who prefer just counting buttons) to
>> follow and I see it used here pretty often.
> Since it isn't actually a Griffschrift but rather a...