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One system in the score, but separate systems in the part?

Postby msegerstrale » Thu Jul 12, 2018 7:17 pm

Sorry if this has been discussed earlier, didn't find a post about this: in an orchestral score, I obviously have both flutes/oboes/clarinets/etc on the same line. Is there any way to have separate systems in the part? This way, the players could each read off their own system.

I'm not sure if this is needed, but a conductor I talked with said it might be an idea to have them separate in the part for ease of reading.

Thankful for any help!
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Postby MikeLyons » Thu Jul 12, 2018 9:26 pm

Definitely have separate parts.

You need to create parts in the score with the individual parts and hide them using focus on staves.

Copy the contents of the joint parts onto each of the separate staves and delete unwanted notes. If you have been consistent in your use of voices, you should have little trouble doing this.
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