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I know how to type the end bar at the end of a piece in Musixtex using \startpiece:

\begin{music}
\startpiece
[music code]
\Endpiece
\end{music}

I want to type this end bar with \startextract instead of \startpiece. \Endextract doesn't exist and I think I looked for the answer of this very simple question everywhere, and that this very simple question MUST have an answer... Does anyone know?

  • I dnot understand your problem. \endstract exists. – Paul Chen Aug 13 at 16:44
  • \endextract makes this : !endextract as \endpiece. But if you write \Endpiece instead of \endpiece, you obtain this : !Endpiece which is what I want : something like \Endextract (and not \endextract !) – Antoine Aug 13 at 17:29
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I'm not quiet sure of your question, however I only give some extra information, hope helps a little bit.

1) The difference of \endextract and \endpieceis that the former can be used in a LaTeX document directly.

2) \Endpiece end up with a double bar. Since there's no \Endextract, you can use \setdoublebar to make the end in double bar. \setdoubleBAR can make the double bar thick, as showed in the following example:

\documentclass[a4paper,11pt]{article}
\usepackage{musixtex}

\begin{document}
\begin{music}
\input musixlyr
\large\setlyrstrut
 \resetlyrics
 \setlyrics{Winter1}{Win-ter a-de\rlap{,} a-ber dein Schei-den macht\rlap{,}}
 \setlyrics{Winter2}{schei-den tut weh\rlap,}
 \assignlyrics1{Winter1,Winter2}
 \generalmeter{\meterfrac34}
 \generalsignature2
 \setsongraise1{-2mm}
 \startextract
  \NOtes\qa{ffe}\en\bar
  \NOTesp\hup d\en
  \setdoubleBAR
\endextract
\end{music}
\end{document}

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  • I'm quite sure I tried it days ago and that it didn't work, but, in fact... it works. Thank you! – Antoine Aug 14 at 9:07

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