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Re: GSoC 2020: Shape-note notehead encoding

From: Aaron Hill
Subject: Re: GSoC 2020: Shape-note notehead encoding
Date: Tue, 21 Jul 2020 18:32:43 -0700
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On 2020-07-21 5:39 pm, Owen Lamb wrote:
SMuFL needs to define the following:

   - Whole noteheads separately from half noteheads (SMuFL only
   distinguishes between white, black, and doubleWhole),

"noteheadWhole" (U+E0A2) exists distinct from "noteheadHalf" (U+E0A3). And there is "noteheadBlack" (U+E0A4) to cover the smaller durations. Then there is "noteShapeRoundWhite" (U+E1B0) and "noteShapeRoundBlack" (U+E1B1). And yet, there is "noteheadRoundWhite" (U+E114) and "noteheadRoundBlack" (U+E113).

What a confusing mixture of terminology.  :P

corpuses (corpori?)

Off-topic: "corpora" is the plural in English. Though while "corpuses" is not technically correct, I would have no problem understanding it.

-- Aaron Hill

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