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I fear the only thing you can try is to just use a pitched staff for the maracas. You can adjust the visibility of accidentals and the line count of the system with overrides. I am not fully sure, how your score will look in the end, but perhaps you could start like this: \version "2.18.2" startMaracas = { \stopStaff \override Staff.StaffSymbol.line-...


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As for the bar numbers moved below the score, there are two approaches. The first would be to just use \override BarNumber.direction = #DOWN to shift the standard bar numbers down. The second approach adds a centred bar number for each bar below the score. This second approach is best described in this snippet. For the first approach, you can use the ...


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You can use a variation of this snippet and use a dynamics context to display the time signatures, like in the following example: \version "2.18.2" \score { << \new Dynamics { \time 2/4 s2 \time 3/4 s2. \time 4/4 s1 } \new Staff \relative c' { \key es \major \clef treble << { g'8[-3^\markup { \italic "sempre ...


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I just have finished my document by typesetting using "lualatex". Up to now I did not find another solution to my problem by hiding some chords manually by using \once \override ChordNames.ChordName.color = #white. Hope to find another solution, soon.


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You need to restore the default stem direction with \revert Stem.direction because the notes are in a voice that has set the stem direction to DOWN. Use this: \version "2.19.83" \score { \new PianoStaff << \new Staff = "up" { << { \relative c' { \clef bass <g b d>2 <g b> } } \\ ...


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The above answer is not right; the spacing is incorrect, and it will not align properly if you have other instruments in parallel staves. This is because the cadenza makes the 3/4 bar have an extra crotched (invisible or not) What you want is a (/an invisible) grace note at the end of the bar. So instead replace lines 20-26 with: \afterGrace c4 \...


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Do you insist on using version 2.18? 2.19 can do it without trouble. You just have to stick the turning point just after the \autochange. So instead of \autochange { music }, you would use \autochange c { music }. This is what my Lilypond 2.19.62 does when I do that with your example (otherwise copied verbatim): \version "2.19.62" \language "german" \new ...


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