Occasionally the scores I play for musicals have a time signature that is significantly larger than you would normally expect. They extend from the centre line the same way that a normal time signature does, but instead of being completely enclosed in the staff (I.E. each number is 2 spaces high), they extend above and below by approximately an additional space to space and a half. Think scaled by 150% to 175%. This can be really, really helpful. Especially if the score is busy.
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