2.1.3 Ties and slurs
A tie is created by appending a tilde
~ to the
first note being tied.
g4~ g c2~ | c4~ c8 a~ a2 |
A slur is a curve drawn across many notes. The
starting note and ending note are marked with
d4( c16) cis( d e c cis d) e( d4)
Slurs to indicate longer phrasing can be entered with
\). You can have both slurs
and phrasing slurs at the same time, but you cannot have
simultaneous slurs or simultaneous phrasing slurs.
g4\( g8( a) b( c) b4\)
Warnings: slurs vs. ties
A slur looks like a tie, but it has a
different meaning. A tie simply makes the first note longer, and
can only be used on pairs of notes with the same pitch. Slurs
indicate the articulation of notes, and can be used on
larger groups of notes. Slurs and ties can be nested.
c4~( c8 d~ d4 e)
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