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The Scottish Music Maker
#11
Well here you go with one of them:


Code:
X:61
T:Inverurie
M:C
L:1/8
K:Hp
B|(A>F)(A>.B) ud>vA(B<d)|(A>F).A>.B .d<(f    e2) |\
 (A>F)(A>.B)  d>A(B<d) |(A>Bd>).f  (e<f ({c}d)):|
.e|(f<d({f}a>).d) ue>vd (.B<d)|(a>fa>).B .d<(f ({f}e2))|\
  (f<d({f}a>).d) (e<d(B>).d)|(A>da>).f .e<(f ({c}d2))|
(f3/e//f//a>.d) ue>v.d (B<d)|(A>FA>).B .d>(f({f}e2))|\
(A>F(A>).B) ud>vA (B<d)|(A>da>).f .e<(f ({c}d))|]

That level of detail about the articulation makes my brain hurt and took a long time - and I still didn't manage to represent Skinner's straight slurs.  I'm inclined to leave it all out, since it's there in the scan if you really need to know.


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#12
Just came across this thread again while browsing today and thought I'd have a go at putting Jack's abc file into MuseScore and here is what came out.  Thanks for this, Jack, and sorry for not getting it attempted when you first posted it.


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That worked very well. Is it just a matter of selecting an import option in MuseScore?
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#14
New temporary link:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/4np55kt2whf1g3...r.pdf?dl=0

Although I'm shortly going to discontinue using Dropbox, so it won't last forever.
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(15-07-2017, 11:25 AM)Jack Campin Wrote: That worked very well.  Is it just a matter of selecting an import option in MuseScore?

Jack, most abject apologies for not replying to your posting when you submitted it.  I was just browsing the forum and found the new posting by Nigel here and realised that I had never responded to you re the use of abc notation in MuseScore.

What I did was to copy your abc file then use a plug-in which I have in Musescore which allows you to import abc notation directly into the program.  I got the converter as a download from the MuseScore site, if I remember. It is a matter of opening a new file, clicking on the Plug-in tab on the toolbar, copying and pasting the abc into the plug-in then clicking on Import.  The conversion is done by the program.  This can then be saved as a MuseScore file and then converted by exporting as a pdf.

Sorry for the huge delay, and a Happy New Year to all!
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(02-01-2018, 07:33 PM)John Kelly Wrote:
(15-07-2017, 11:25 AM)Jack Campin Wrote: That worked very well.  Is it just a matter of selecting an import option in MuseScore?apologies for not replying to your posting when you submitted it.  I was just browsing the forum and found the new posting by Nigel here and realised that I had never responded to you re the use of abc notation in MuseScore.
I must also apologies for not replying to this post despite requesting the tunes.  I too use Musescore but I tend to convert it into mandolin tab or Tenor guitar tab for my own use, see attached. I do use the ABC import and it has been really useful for transposing the ABC into TAB.
Again my apologies and a Happy New Year to all!  Hopefully this great Forum will be used more this coming year it's a great resource greatly under used.

Drew.


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