Printing the full title on several scores in the same file

By default, only the piece and opus fields from the \header{...} block are typeset above each separate score, if you have multiple \score{...} blocks in your input file. As explained in the Notation Reference, you can change this by setting the paper variable printallheaders, so that the full title is printed over each score. The corresponding \header{...} block should then be included within the corresponding \score{...} block, otherwise you will get an additional title (the title for the full book) above the first individual score title. This example shows how to get rid of the extra book level title. Note that a top level \header{...} block is useful if some titling information is the same for all scores and you do not want to repeat the information several times in the input file.