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I think there is a fundamental problem with the way you tried to do this. You defined \context Voice = "voiceMelody" inside the first << ... >> but then tried to reference voiceMelody inside the second << ... >>. In Lilypond version 18 this seems to crash the program, which is (by definition) a bug, because it should be impossible ...


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Here is sort of a skeleton to work with. But the title of your question and the tags you use are completely useless for finding this question and/or related issue on StackExchange ever again. You should seriously spruce them up. Even then, this question might have been better asked on the LilyPond user mailing list. And all the involved features are ...


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There are several different ways to input lyrics to Lilypond, and the differences between them are confusing. This just describes one way, to get you started. You need to input "something" as a lyric for every note in the melody, but the underscore character _ doesn't print anything, so you can use that to leave a space. Also, you need to split the words ...



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