Lucas Werkmeister <m...@lucaswerkmeister.de> writes:
> I am trying to transcribe a piano composition from the late 19th
> century, staying as faithful to the original score as possible. At two
> points in this score, the right hand is set in bass clef for two bars,
> and one of those sections is across a line break, similar to this tiny
> \version "2.18.2"
> c'1 |
> \cueClef "bass" f | \break
> g \cueClefUnset |
> c' |
Uh, why are you using cue clefs here instead of regular clefs? This is
no cue at all.
> However, Lilypond begins the second line with a regular-size treble clef
> and a smaller cue bass clef after it, whereas the original score has the
> line beginning with a full bass clef, as if a permanent clef change had
> occured (even though the next bar changes into treble clef again).
A "permanent" clef change _has_ occured and _played_ notes are
affected. Just use \clef instead of \cueClef and you should be fine.
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