> Am 16.02.2017 um 07:39 schrieb Don Gingrich:
>> On Thu, 16 Feb 2017 07:32:09 you wrote:
>>> Am 16. Februar 2017 07:02:10 MEZ schrieb Don Gingrich 
>> <gingr...@internode.on.net>:
>>>> I've got a basic problem, and I'm not having much
>>>> joy with the documentation.
>>>> Over the past few years I've created several scores
>>>> for folk songs.
>>>> Now, I'm going to be doing a workshop discussing
>>>> their origins.
>>>> What I'd like to create is:
>>>> <title page in TeX>
>>>> <text page discussing song 1 in TeX>
>>>> <score of song one in ly >
>>>> <text page discussing song 2 in TeX>
>>>> <score of song 2 in ly >
>>>> and so on
>>>> I'm probably more familiar with LaTeX than
>>>> LilyPond, so I'd really prefer to do the cover
>>>> page and discussion in TeX and the scores
>>>> in LilyPond.

Hi Don,
I hadn’t seen you original mail.

I’m using ConTeXt to typeset songbooklets, with all the text and lyrics in TeX 
and only the scores in LilyPond, so quite similar to your requirements.
You can find my setup here: http://wiki.contextgarden.net/LilyPond

Of course you would have to get acquainted with ConTeXt (MkIV, i.e. with 
LuaTeX) instead of LaTeX.
The mentioned LyLuaTeX uses a similar approach of including LilyPond code into 
LaTeX with the help of Lua.

Greetlings, Hraban
fiëé visuëlle
Henning Hraban Ramm

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