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I am transcribing Capella music. I came across singing from D# to B like a slide transcending without steps. How do I notate such a occurrence? Do I draw a line like a guitar slide? Or is there another way to notate this in Capella music?
Since that sounds a lot like a glissando (or portamento --- see here for a discussion on the difference), I would suggest the following, that is, one line connecting the two notes:
Also, see this answer for other vocal notation "quirks."
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