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Lilypond vs Petrucci, Round II

I said in the round one of this comparison that I'd let you know if I got any useful answers to my query on the lilypond list. One of the list contributors got interested in the problem and wrote me a new layout block that does indeed look a lot more like what Petrucci does. You can read the gory details on the list.

Pictures

Here's the first page of the Petrucci facsimile of Adieu mes amours by Josquin:

[Petrucci facsimile]

And here's the cantus part lilypond produces now that I have the new layout block:

[Lilypond cantus]

And here's the tenor part from lilypond with the new layout block:

[Lilypond tenor]
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