The webscore program splits pages into individual files with one system per file. These can be used to prepare an online version of the score.
|ⓘ||-i||Include item index serial numbers.|
|ⓘ||-r||Print replacement expressions.|
|ⓘ||-s||Page index number for first system on extracted page.|
|ⓘ||-p||Indicate part number in class tags.|
|ⓘ||-R||Do not round quarter-note timestamps.|
|ⓘ||-A||Do not label articulations.|
|ⓘ||-a||Abbreviated markup. Embed only note ids into font 99 text. Use -r option to create a side-channel markup file.|
|ⓘ||Markup all items, not just notes.|
|ⓘ||Separator between filename and system enumerator.|
Example webscores generated with this program:
- Haydn string quartet in F minor, Op. 20, No. 5 (Hob. III:35)
- Click on a movement incipit to display the full movement.
- Click on the full movement to display return to the incipit view.
- Chopin mazurka in A minor, Op. 24, No. 2
This example demonstrates how to link an audio file to the score. Source code for the example can be found on Github.
- Click on the play button at the bottom of the screen to start playing the audio, or equivalently press the space bar., or press the space bar.
- Click on any note to start playing the audio from that point in the score.