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How do I make a special last bar ending ? Celtic Fiddle Special Case
Hi' I've been trying to make a special ending and still have two master repeats in the piece.
This is for a Celtic Fiddle Orchaestra. We are to play two songs in a row and the last note of the last bar of the first song is to be omitted and replaced by the first note of the second song.  My problem is this. The first song has two repeat sections in a row. The Conductor wants us to play these through twice with the special ending only on the very last repeat.  So the Sections in Fiddle notation would be AA BB  AA  BB  with the special ending only on the last of the B sections.

If I use a special ending on the B part then is happens on both the first time through as well the last, where I only want the last. I know that I can just copy all the parts and make it happen, however since there is a second joining song following this would make the sheet music too long for one page. 

I can fake this out for printing but would truely like to find out how to make it happen. Can anyone assist please ?

Re: How do I make a special last bar ending ? Celtic Fiddle Special Case
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Example of AA BB AA BB performance is attached. This is done in NWC using local repeats for the A and B sections, then a master repeat to play it a second time.