MusicXML export issues
When MuseScore exports a .musicxml file, there are a couple of issues with some of the tags:
1) No matter the title of the piece nor the composer's name in MuseScore, the tags below are always set to 'Title' and 'Composer'.
< work-title >Title< /work-title >
< creator type="composer" >Composer< /creator >
MuseScore exports the title of your piece and composer's name to a < credit-words > tag only.
2) Position of articulations is not exported (that is, MuseScore does not use the argument placement="below" or placement="above").
3) marcato-staccato type of articulations is exported just as a staccato (should be exported probably as two, strong-accent + staccato)
4) marcato-tenuto type of articulation is not exported at all (should be exported probably as two, strong-accent + tenuto)
Apologies for the ugly spaces in the tags of the first item but proper xml tags do not appear in the text for some reason.
(enclose in <xml>...</xml> tags)
Small update: issue number 1) above is actually not caused by the MusicXML exporter. See report https://musescore.org/en/node/290567
or #290567: Changing Title and Composer on score does not change it on Score Properties
@Jojo-Schmitz I will make sure to use
tags next time. Is there a reference on how I should type code, links, etc. in the issue tracker?
[#issuenumber] for issues
Commented in the PR thread, thus the composite articulations should be exported as pairs of individual articulations, since Musicxml has no such composite things.
Just found a score with multiple articulations on one note, typed in Musescore 2. When converted into Musescore 3, all of them became composite articulations, and can't be exported. So this issue has to be solved, unless we convert Musescore 2 in Musescore 2, but that xml file will have other missing things.
Individual issue for composite articulations should be created to let more developers know, and hopefully there will be one who can ultimately solve the problem.
relates to #270643: [EPIC] MusicXML import/export issues
When I export the attached as XML or MUSICXML, then re-import, the title of the second tune appears at the top, the title of the first tune appears at the bottom. I believe this is the same bug as item (1) of this issue.
PR got closed/archived
In reply to PR got closed/archived by Jojo-Schmitz
@BanjoJake, FYI, your assumption wrt the swapped titles in W04 - Gentle Maiden+Maid of Glenconnel file is incorrect, this is another bug. I have submitted issue #320021: [MusicXML import] incorrectly swapped title frame due to extra vbox, which is caused by the MusicXML import. The exported MusicXML is correct.