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language [2014/07/11 07:35]
jjelinek added new significative letters forms, gravis, pressus minor, quilisma with 2 loops, modifiers to subpuncta and prepuncta
language [2014/11/25 09:53]
jjelinek
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   * ''​ql''​ (quilisma, with 2 loops)   * ''​ql''​ (quilisma, with 2 loops)
   * ''​pt''​ (pes stratus)   * ''​pt''​ (pes stratus)
 +
 +=== Alteration ===
 +
 +Alteration has the following possible values:
 +  * (nothing)
 +  * ''​-''​ (episemus)
 +  * ''​~''​ (deminutus)
 +  * ''<''​ (auctus ascendens)
 +  * ''>''​ (auctus descendens)
 +  * ''​s''​ (alteration of shape, in Dom Cardine'​s table)
 +  * ''​g''​ (alteration of grouping, idem)
 +  * ''​m''​ (alteration of melody, idem)
 +
 +=== Variant ===
 +
 +The previous two switches don't take into consideration all possible neumes, some are variations of the same neume, so we must take into account severa variants. Variant can thus be nothing (for the default glyph) or a number between ''​1''​ and ''​9'',​ to take into account the variations.
  
 === littera significativa === === littera significativa ===
  
 The possible letters are the following((see the very complete //Manuale di canto gregoriano//​ by Fulvio Rampi and Lattanzi))((also see [[http://​theses.cz/​id/​9b10pv/​96548-338988687.pdf|this diploma thesis]], on pages 141 and 142)): The possible letters are the following((see the very complete //Manuale di canto gregoriano//​ by Fulvio Rampi and Lattanzi))((also see [[http://​theses.cz/​id/​9b10pv/​96548-338988687.pdf|this diploma thesis]], on pages 141 and 142)):
-  * (nothing) 
   * ''​c''​ celeriter   * ''​c''​ celeriter
   * ''​t''​ tenere   * ''​t''​ tenere
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   * ''​sc''​ supra celeriter   * ''​sc''​ supra celeriter
   * ''​sc''​ sursum celeriter   * ''​sc''​ sursum celeriter
 +  * ''​simil''​ similiter
   * ''​simul''​ simul   * ''​simul''​ simul
   * ''​sj''​ subjice ​   * ''​sj''​ subjice ​
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   * ''​v''​ valde   * ''​v''​ valde
   * ''​ve''​ vel   * ''​ve''​ vel
-  * ''​vot''​ volubiliter+  * ''​vol''​ volubiliter
  
-To indicate the letter, one should write ''​ls:​X;''​ where X is one of the possibilities above. To indicate ​the position, ​you must write ''​lsp:​X'' ​where X is a number between ​and 5, indicating the note to which the letter is associated. The default is the last one. +To indicate the letter, one should write ''​ls:​X;''​ where X is one of the possibilities above. To indicate position ​of the significant letter against the neume, X can be optionally followed by a digit: 
- +  * ''​1'' ​letter is at the top left corner of the neume 
-=== Alteration === +  * ''​2'' ​letter is above the neume 
- +  * ''​3'' ​letter is at the top right corner of the neume 
-Alteration has the following possible values: +  * ''​4'' ​letter is to the left of the neume 
-  * (nothing) +  * ''​6'' ​letter is to the right of the neume 
-  * ''​-'' ​(episemus) +  * ''​7'' ​letter is at the bottom left corner ​of the neume 
-  * ''​~'' ​(deminutus) +  * ''​8'' ​letter is below the neume 
-  * ''​<'' ​(auctus ascendens) +  * ''​9'' ​letter is at the boottom right corner ​of the neume 
-  * ''​>'' ​(auctus descendens) +The default ​depends on the kind of neume.
-  * ''​s'' ​(alteration ​of shape, in Dom Cardine'​s table) +
-  * ''​g'' ​(alteration of grouping, idem) +
-  * ''​m'' ​(alteration ​of melody, idem) +
- +
-=== Variant === +
- +
-The previous two switches don't take into consideration all possible neumes, some are variations of the same neume, so we must take into account severa variants. Variant can thus be nothing (for the default ​glyph) or a number between ''​1''​ and ''​9'',​ to take into account ​the variations.+
  
 === Ambitus === === Ambitus ===
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    * ''​w''​ gives the shape of gravis    * ''​w''​ gives the shape of gravis
    * ''​x''​ gives the shape of (liquescens) stropha    * ''​x''​ gives the shape of (liquescens) stropha
 +   * ''​y''​ gives the shape of gravis with episema
  
 If ''​pp''​ is used instead of ''​su'',​ it describes prepuncta of the neume instead of subpuncta. If ''​pp''​ is used instead of ''​su'',​ it describes prepuncta of the neume instead of subpuncta.
language.txt · Last modified: 2015/05/09 11:05 by jjelinek