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Enharmonic spellings should reflect horizontal needs, not vertical chord spellings. #booseyfact

Enharmonic spellings should reflect horizontal needs, not vertical chord spellings.

Pedal lines should always be flat. In exept. circumstance a short diagonal section can be used- attached #BooseyFacts pic.twitter.com/ci9h3A...

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“Pedal lines should always be flat. In exept. circumstance a short diagonal section can be used- attached

Half-pedalling should be shown be adding a '1/2' under a V-notch - see attached Debussy example #BooseyFacts pic.twitter.com/wser2n53ie

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“Half-pedalling should be shown be adding a under a V-notch - see attached Debussy example

For visual clarity, only use one rest when two voices are resting at the same time- see attached example #BooseyFacts pic.twitter.com/3jsevt...

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“For visual clarity, only use one rest when two voices are resting at the same time- see attached example

In guitar music, dotted slurs (that indicate legato) should always be on the notehead side- see attached #BooseyFacts pic.twitter.com/qyZaCy...

In guitar music, dotted slurs (that indicate legato) should always be on the notehead side- see attached #BooseyFacts pic.twitter.com/qyZaCy...

After a flourish, one or two ties at the end of the group can show all are sustained - see attached #BooseyFacts pic.twitter.com/r8XUg67ROq

After a flourish, one or two ties at the end of the group can show all are sustained - see attached #BooseyFacts pic.twitter.com/r8XUg67ROq

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“Separate repeated lyrics with commas. Punctuation from the source should come at the final repetition

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“Guitar notation can be cluttered and unreadable- see attached for some helpful alignment rules

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“The gap between two beam lines must never cross a stave line - see attached guide


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