Working on a Ligeti piano etude:
I have a dotted-eighth note that starts on the and-of-1 (Flow 2, p 10, m9, the B in the up-stem voice). I’ve used ‘force duration’ in those instances, but for some reason it refuses to work for this note. Keeps giving me an eighth-tied-to-sixteenth.
In the same bar, Ligeti notates the last G as a dotted-eighth note also, with the duration carrying over the barline. Very unusual notation, but can Dorico reproduce it?
In bars 7 and 8, the series of accented triplets, the first and last accent ended up way high off the stem. Any idea why? I can drag them into place, but they snap right back.
And a note about flow 1: Dorico’s powerful handling of free meter and multiple voices really shine in this piece. I was very happy with how, after some trial and error, easy it was to reproduce the very idiosyncratic notation, like having a dotted-quarter, quarter and half notes all sharing a stem.
ligeti.dorico.zip (447 KB)