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General Discussion / Re: Scriptorium Update
Last post by Richard Woodroffe -
Folks,

The Scriptorium has been updated with works submitted by :


Richard Woodroffe Erntelied    (Harvest song)  (Schubert)
Mike Gibson   Dido and Aeneas, - Choral parts only   (Purcell)
Bertrand Vanbrabant   Frauenwürde Walzer, Op. 277   (Strauss J)
John Hooper   Congratulamini Mihi   (Victoria)
        
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Stay safe

Richard
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General Discussion / Re: Scriptorium Update
Last post by Richard Woodroffe -
Folks,

The Scriptorium has been updated with works submitted by :


Richard Woodroffe Mein Gruss an den Mai    (My greeting to May)  (Schubert)
Mike Gibson   Missa brevis et solemnis in C (Spatzen-Messe)   (Mozart)
John Hooper   Der Geist hilft unsrer schwachheit auf, BWV 226   (Bach)

            
If you would like to be notified every time the Scriptorium is updated, please send an e-mail  requesting Scriptorium Update
notification to scriptoman "at" tiscali "dot" co "dot" uk
https://nwc-scriptorium.org/whatsnew.html

Stay safe

Richard
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General Discussion / Re: how to alternate note values for a three note chord.
Last post by William Ashworth -
Or just copy the whole staff onto a new staff, select the whole new staff, mute all the notes, and then change and unmute only the ones you need. (NOTE: you can't just use the staff-muting function: that won't allow individual notes to be unmuted. But selecting the whole staff and then muting all notes simultaneously is almost as quick. The process: press <alt><enter> to bring up the Properties dialog, choose the Notes tab, and click on the check box marked "mute".)
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General Discussion / Re: how to alternate note values for a three note chord.
Last post by Lawrie Pardy -
I was afraid of that.  One or two chords in the whole piece and it seems I have to create yards of bars!?
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Yeah, it can be a bit of a pain sometimes, but it isn't really that hard.  Make one bar with a hidden whole rest and a barline and copy and paste it as many times as needed to get to the place where you need the chord.  You can even copy and paste it say, 4 times, then copy and paste the 4 bar block to make it go faster.