Mojca Miklavec <mojca.miklavec.li...@gmail.com> writes:
> Thank you very much for the example. I compiled it, but the output
> doesn't look too appealing to me.
> But you gave me the idea how to do it with two voices. For the visual
> part I decided to use something like the following:
> <g es'>2.~ |
> <g es'>2. |
> s2. |
> s2 \parenthesize f4 |
> That is: misuse parallel voices, use as much skip as necessary and add
> a note inside parenthesis.
Those are not parallel voices but parallel music resulting in a single
voice. To get two voices, you'd write << ... \\ ... >> rather than
<< ... ... >> .
That's important since you also only get a single stem for parallel
notes, and overrides etc in one part apply equally to the other.
I think this was actually what you wanted, I just have to object to your
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