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- **status**: Accepted --> Started
- **assigned_to**: Torsten Hämmerle
- **Needs**:  -->  
- **Patch**:  -->  
- **Comment**:

Triple flats/sharps may be exotic (to say the least), but there's no reason at 
all why LilyPond shouldn't be able to handle them. 
In user discussion thread 
http://lilypond.1069038.n5.nabble.com/fisisis-impossible-tt210764.html this 
issue has been brought up (again)...

* new accidental glyphs triplesharp and  tripleflat (or flatflatflat? - no, not 
* define new constants TRIPLE-FLAT and TRIPLE-SHARP
* add new glyphs to alteration-glyph alist
* new note names in all the languages (sigh...)
* tbd 

The chords generated in \chordmode may look over-engineered and one might 
consider using enharmonic spellings, but currently (without triple 
accidentals), the output will be plain and simply wrong: without*any* 

Work started.


** [issues:#3356] add triple flats/sharps**

**Status:** Started
**Created:** Wed May 08, 2013 12:47 PM UTC by Anonymous
**Last Updated:** Wed May 08, 2013 12:47 PM UTC
**Owner:** Torsten Hämmerle

*Originally created by:* *anonymous

*Originally created by:* 

Originaly reported by Marc Hohl on -devel:

Hello list,
yesterday I stubled upon a problem with chord transposition.

We had a jazz tune in c major with an a-flat:dim7 chord.

When transposing this tune to e-flat major, lilypond complains
about a missing triple flat and prints a c-flat minor 6/b5
instead \(which is enharmonically correct, but ugly to read\).

\score \{
  \new ChordNames \{
    \chordmode \{
       \transpose c es as:dim7

Should we raise an issue for this on the tracker?
Regards, Marc


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