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In a classical guitar score, when a section plays very low notes, is it better to use 8vb, G clef with 8vb or the F clef?

In my opinion, none of those is good. They all have one thing in common: they will confuse anyone who will be reading your score, and for several reasons: If you're going to change what the dots on ...
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Tips for learning and memorizing passages consisting of groups of only slightly different notes?

General approach It is generally easier to memorize groups of notes, or patterns of notes, as opposed to memorizing each note individually. In passages like the ones shown, it can be helpful to "...
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What is the best way get rhythm section notation (rhythmic notation, kicks over time, and slash notation) to display in LilyPond / Frescobaldi?

One more way to get rhythmic slash notation is to use \improvisationOn toml4 toml toml toml \improvisationOff What remains here is to remove the stems using \hide Stem (or perhaps there is an easier ...
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What techniques do you use to read sheet music faster

Apart from "systems"... I think that the main idea is to be soooo familiar with scales (in all keys), chords/arpeggios, and typical chord progressions, so that the bulk of classical music ...
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