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For questions about visual representation of music and its uses. If the question is about a specific type of notation like tablature, that should also be tagged. Questions about how to input specific notation are best served with the engraving tag.

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. That is not so bad for monophonic instruments, but it usually looks a mess for polyphonic notation. The "modernist" or "neo-modern" convention is that an accidental applies to all notes that are … music. Any note with a missing accidental is a mistake, and every note has an unambiguous pitch. The big problem with the modernist convention is that most computer notation software doesn't support it …
answered Oct 8 by guest
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The first example is fine IMO. If you split the staves and write a tremolo on one staff only, most likely you get a question in rehearsal about whether the trem is missing on the other staff! If you w …
answered Oct 9 by guest