Marking-defining parts A, B, C etc for further use in the score.
Many scores have complex repeat structure that involves repeat of certain sections, for example A B A d A d A B
No one likes spaghetti-like score, a complex maze of jumps and/or turning pages during performance. Compact scores are treasured by performers.
It would be nice if we can LABEL (or define) "section A-A" "section X-X" etc.. from their beginnings to their ends and then be able to recall these sections at any time later in the score, indicating the correct number of bars that the repeat actually takes to maintain the correct bar count.
I am sort-of doing it in my compositions (example included), but it is awkward and there is no playback - only multi-bar rests.
Defining re-usable "code fragments" is the essence of all programming, so perhaps this principle could also be included in computer-based music score generation and presentation. Musescore is in a good position to lead the way and introduce a new modern repeat notation...
Defining and then recalling score fragments should be much "more convenient" and much "more versatile" alternative to jumps...
Thank you for your help