The confusing world of repeats and jumps
So I'm trying in vain to get my head round putting a couple of jumps and repeats into a piece of music I've transcribed from the net. The source I've transcribed from uses 'To Coda I' and 'To Coda II', 'D.S. al Coda I' and 'D.S. al Coda II', Segno's and Coda's. I've tried using the same in MuseScore but it only recognises To Coda, D.S. al Coda, Coda and Segno, and then obviously you need to use the Inspector to set where it repeats, what it jumps to etc...
And this is where I'm getting confused. I can't find a suitable explanation in the handbook for the difference in MuseScore between Coda and To Coda, where to use one, or the other, or both. Any explanation here would be gratefully received. As it stands I've just removed the To Coda's as they seemed to do nothing.
I've attached my score so you can see what is happening so far, but in words I'd like:
To play all the way through until reaching the D.S. al Coda at the end of bar 62. This should then jump to Segno1 in bar 29 and play until Coda1 at the end of bar 37 and then continue at Coda 2 in bar 63.
At the end of bar 63 it should hit the second D.S. al Coda and then jump to Segno2 in bar 21, and then play until Coda3 at the end of bar 31 and then continue at Coda4 in bar 64 and play and repeat until the end.
I'm not sure why the first D.S. al Coda and the relative Codas are behaving as expected but the second D.S. al Coda and its related Codas aren't. They aren't setup any differently. As I say I got rid of the To Codas because they just made it even worse.
Any pointers/help would be gratefully received. Thank you very much.
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