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A seriously difficult question about mistakes and intepretation of music

The problem with establishing a clear, objective cut-off point of where a melodic phrase is definitely off is that that point is also largely informed by individual perception. Casual listener will ...
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A seriously difficult question about mistakes and intepretation of music

By way of analogy with visual layout and typography, making things look uniform often requires that they not actually be uniform. Consider a sign with the following text: fiberboard gypsum hardware ...
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How can I write a repetition with voltas in lyrics in plain text?

I’m not quite sure what your intent is here. Does this need to be plain text? Or is using something like this acceptable? If for some reason you really want to use plain text you could of course try ...
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How can I write a repetition with voltas in lyrics in plain text?

If there's a refrain which will be sung several times identically, and once differently, it may be helpful to list everything up to the start of the secon refrain in order, but with the refrain ...
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How can I write a repetition with voltas in lyrics in plain text?

I'm afraid that what you want to achieve is not a common practice. Sometimes I see repeated parts of the text replaced by ellipsis (...), or some instructions like "the last chorus ends with...&...
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