Following the example of Stephen Taylor, who notated Stravinsky’s Sacre du printemps in Dorico (see here), I thought I would use the same composer’s less ambitious Concerto in Ré for strings, as a means of developing my Dorico technique and learning the piece more thoroughly. The work was written 75 years ago and nicely printed by Boosey and Hawkes.
I have encountered two hurdles at the beginning of the second system of the first page.
I cannot discover how to start the divisi of the violas at the beginning of the second system. There is no lack of clarity in the B&H layout here.
How does one achieve the notation of a dot and a line under a note at the beginning of two or more tied notes, as in the 2nd violins and basses, also at the beginning of the second system?
Many thanks for help. Pointers to the manual will suffice, as I have sought there in vain.