I wonder if is there another solution for obtaining the same result,
because the discussed one is too much unstable. Here's the template, below.
I googled how to change a chord duration, but I found nothing.


chord = <f' a'>4 -> \mp

newChord =
  % .... add \chord with a new fixed duration and with its articulations


I was thinking about taking the articulations from each NoteEvent of the
chord, iterating with a (map (lambda (x) ....), and putting them into a new
list, but it seems overkill to me...
What do you think?

Thanks for your help

2018-03-06 14:04 GMT+01:00 David Kastrup <d...@gnu.org>:

> It works in master in that \mp ends up in the expression, but indeed it
> does so as a note articulation rather than a chord articulation, and
> LilyPond just drops \mf on the floor in that position.  Sorry for that.
> --
> David Kastrup
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