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6.3) What is bagpipe.tex and how is it used?




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This article is from the Bagpipe FAQ, by Denise McNickle denisem@southwind.net with numerous contributions by others.

6.3) What is bagpipe.tex and how is it used?

Bagpipe TeX is a freely-available set of TeX macros developed by Walter
Innes for use with MusicTeX. It takes advantage of the peculiarities and
simplicities of music for the highland bagpipes to make entry considerably
simpler than using native MusicTeX. There are macros for all common and many
not so common grace note sequences, the pitches are given their common names,
and there are extensive macros for beamed note groups. TeX, MusicTeX and
bagpipe.tex can be run on almost any hardware platform, including PC's. See
"Internet Resources" below for downloading instructions.

 

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