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Alternative bar numbering

Two alternative methods for bar numbering can be set, especially for when using repeated music.

Alternative bar numbering

Alternative breve notes

Breve notes are also available with two vertical lines on each side of the notehead instead of one line and in baroque style.

Alternative breve notes

Ambitus

Ambitus indicate pitch ranges for voices.

Accidentals only show up if they are not part of the key signature. AmbitusNoteHead grobs also have ledger lines.

Ambitus

Ambitus with multiple voices

Adding the Ambitus_engraver to the Staff context creates a single ambitus per staff, even in the case of staves with multiple voices.

Ambitus with multiple voices

Analysis brackets

Brackets can be used in musical analysis to indicate the structure of the pieces.

As demonstrated in the second measure, such analysis brackets can be nested.

Analysis brackets

Analysis brackets above the staff

Simple horizontal analysis brackets are added below the staff by default. The following example shows a way to place them above the staff instead.

Analysis brackets above the staff

Ancient accidentals

Accidentals are available in different ancient styles, which all are collected here.

Ancient accidentals

Ancient fonts

Shown here are many of the symbols that are included in LilyPond's ancient notation.

Ancient fonts

Ancient headword

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Ancient headword

Ancient notation template -- modern transcription of gregorian music

This example demonstrates how to do modern transcription of Gregorian music. Gregorian music has no measure, no stems; it uses only half and quarter note heads, and special marks, indicating rests of different length.

Ancient notation template -- modern transcription of gregorian music

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