On April 5, 2018 at 7:46 PM Andrew Bernard <andrew.bern...@gmail.com> wrote:
I guess it's a bit like LilyJazz. Jazz people seem to want engraved scores to look like handwritten sheets done with a biro. But this always looks terribly 'faux' to me.
Ha! I've always felt like jazz fonts (in general) where a strange and trivial pursuit/fetish/habit/convention/etc.
And maybe my misgivings about the value of jazz fonts are boosted by my swimming (or wanting to swim) between genres...
A distinct font for one particular genre insinuates that it is, indeed, a separate genre or universe -- to be kept apart from others.
My 3 cents.
On 6 April 2018 at 04:52, Simon Albrecht <simon.albre...@mail.de> wrote:
If you mimick the stem lengths and directions of the manuscript in LilyPond, your engraving will still differ from Bach’s manuscript in many ways. It’s a totally different style of engraving, which follows different rules.
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