[sib-access] Re: Help with Lyrics

Actually, the common dicitonary thing about dividing syllables at double
letters doesn't apply in singing.  You devide things differently in this
context.  
Kevin

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[mailto:sib-access-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Dave Carlson
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Kevin,

I would disagree with where you're breaking the word. A word like crossing 
needs to be properly broken as cros-sing. You don't allow the ending 
syllable to start with a vowel. That's what I learned in 2nd grade.

Dave

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All sufexes like ing or er are considdered syllables.  So, you would write
them as cross-ing.

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And how would I divide "crossing"? As in, "I'm crossing you in style".

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[mailto:sib-access-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Kevin Gibbs
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You press the space bar twice and this draws a long line that shows the
reader that the previous syllable extends to the next note.  JaWS will tell
you where you are in bars and beats.  So, when JAWS tells you that you've
come to bar 3, beat 1, you know it's time for the syllable, wid as in wider.

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Hi, it's Annabelle.
I'm making a lead sheet of "Moon River", and I want to include lyrics.
However, the confusion sets in when I get to, for example "Moon ri-ver".
Since the "ver" syllable is supposed to be sung on a note which ties to
another note, how would I achieve this?

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