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Not sure about the versions (you're correct to say that the older Lilypond won't make the notes appear twice, while the newer does --- you can also try it in Lilybin if you click on the "Stable" button and change it to "Development"), however, you have a simple error in there that explains it. In your piano staff, you have \new Staff = "up" \scoreARight { \...


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I think you must be doing something wrong if you find that you cannot fit more than two staves into a PianoStaff. It's a completely general construct and it can contain as many staves as you want. Just put three staves into the PianoStaff like this: \new PianoStaff \with { instrumentName = "Piano" } << \new Staff = "top" { ... } \new Staff ...


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For a full bar rests, you should use a capital R (as you have). If the time signature is 4/4 or similar you then put the duration of a full bar: R1| If you're in a time signature that is filled by another single or dotted duration say 6/8, put this duration instead: R2.| But, when the time signature is not filled by a single or dotted duration, as in your ...


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This is the act of engraving different voices within a single system. In LilyPond, it is created with the << { *voice1goeshere*} >> \\ << { *voice2goeshere* } >> construction. Here is the relevant portion of the LilyPond manual. As a sample: \version "2.19.84" \score { \relative c' << { r4 <e g>4 q q | % ...


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You can explicitly set the dimension of your markup using \with-dimensions (or in this case, as we are already within the definition of a Scheme macro, #:with-dimensions. This macro takes two Scheme pairs that define the left and right as well as the bottom and top edge of the markup. The markup itself can be bigger than the box you define with these ...


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I know nothing of the intricacies of LilyPond. But this is normally notated simply and sufficiently as mf-f. Would suggesting you notate it that way be considered a solution?


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If you use this definition that looks just like a dynamic mark, mff= _ \markup { \dynamic mf \italic \teeny "2ème fois" \dynamic f } then the result is this:


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