On Sat, Oct 15, 2016 at 6:38 PM, Andrew Bernard
<andrew.bern...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Don't you have to provide an argument for \mark, I thought?
> I am not familiar with 2.18.2, but in 2.19.48 you do:

Yep. I think \mark requiring an argument explains the errors in the
examples fully:
- The first error it saying that the argument you gave to \mark was wrong
- Lilypond kept trying to make sense of things and kept processing.
Since the argument to \mark was already used there is now 1 too few
beats in that measure.

I think lilypond is behaving as expected here. You might be trying to
do \mark \default or \mark "C" instead.

-----Jay Anderson

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