On Wed, 2016-09-14 at 23:09 +0200, Andreas Schneider wrote:
> Am 14.09.2016 um 19:03 schrieb Joe Wilkinson:
> > My second verse has the text:
> > A "pure heart crea-" "ate for me, O" God,
> > [...]
> Multiple syllables to one note can also be marked in Lilypond with a
> tilde (~). This creates a lyric tie. For example:
> A pure~heart~crea -- ate~for~me,~O God,
> You can also create stanzas at the end with the Denemo function
> Movements > Titles > Text after Movement.
There is also Movements->Titles->Append Encapsulated Postscript
which lets you append your verses created in a separate program. (Denemo
will if you like invoke Inkscape for you - with some difficulty on
windows - to create the .eps file).
> It has the advantage that you
> can chose the layout youself, but it may involve some lilypond coding. I
> have also written a script LilypondAfterMovement, which you can use,
> e.g., to typeset verses at the end in multiple columns. If you're
> interested, I can send you an example.
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