Difficulty with Multiple Endings on D.S.
The attached score illustrates the repeat options and D.S. instructions from a section in Strauss's Wiener Blut; a few measures that illustrate the flow in the original. The first section which does not playback properly is how Strauss wrote the music. The second section plays back in the manner I believe is implied in the original. There is no repeat in the opening measures and sections are marked with double bar lines. These are where repeats bar lines would be placed if there were repeats. Following a suggestion by Mr. Z. Demircan in response to another posting, I isolated the second ending (the volta labeled Schluss) and moved it to the end of the section and created a Coda mark. I removed both Voltas, and created a To Coda on the measure preceding the two voltas. The D.S. al Fine was replaced with a D.S al Coda. The measure under Volta 1 became the measure after the To Coda. In this manner the initial pass plays correctly and when the D.S pass is played the measures leading up to the Voltas are played and then the measure after the Coda (previously under Volta Schluss) is played and the section terminates properly. The fine mark is not required but retained for comparrison. If anyone can figure out how to configure the jump options to work with the original configuration, please post your response. One issue is that if you could create a repeat with a repeat count of 1 that still handled D.S. playback (with repeats not played) that can find the second volta, it would work but the second volta is not played back as the final repeat when repeat count is 1. This I tested.