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The easiest way to achieve this is to insert empty chords with <> that catch the open slur or tie. The following code ... << \new Staff { << { f'1( <>) } \\ { \voiceThree e'4_( dis'8 cis') dis'2_( <>) } >> R1 R1 } \new Staff { << { g'8 d'' g''2.( <>) } \\ { g'1( <>) } >> R1 R1 } >> ...


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A simple way to achieve this is to write a normal note that looks as if it's a rest, like this: b8 fis' b2.~ | b1\rest | (It's also possible to tweak almost every individual property of every object using \override, but I have to look those up again every time I need them.)


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