Found some strange notation in music today googled it and can't find any reference "3° DS Al Coda"
I'm putting a song into muse score and I've come across some music notation which I've not seen before. As I only have a basic knowledge of music it's all a bit of a learning curve when seeing these. A lot of the time when there is something I haven't seen before I google it for the answer, but this one doesn't seem to be coming back with anything.
The song is Snooker Loopy by Chas and Dave, in a few weeks time our local autistic charity is doing a small show to celebrate it's 10th birthday and members have been asked to do some kind of talent for the show - I've decided to go with a bit of a cockney knees up with a few Chas and Dave songs as a number of years ago I had the pleasure of going to see Chas and Dave at The Cavern in Liverpool and I thought it would be nice to do it as a bit of a tribute to Chas.
Anyway I've got to a certain point in the music (it's the score that MusicNotes.com sell) and there is a bit in the top that says 3° DS Al Coda - I know what DS Al Coda means, but what does the 3° bit mean - I'm guessing it's something to do with repeating because at this stage there are 3 verses there, and also more importantly is it possible to get MuseScore to do this?