att.octave.log

att.octave.log Logical domain attributes.
Module MEI.cmn
Members
octave (direct member of att.octave.log)
Attributes
@coll (optional) Indicates whether the octave displacement should be performed simultaneously with the written notes, i.e., "coll' ottava". Unlike other octave signs which are indicated by broken lines, coll' ottava typically uses an unbroken line or a series of longer broken lines, ending with a short vertical stroke. See Read, p. 47-48. Allowed values are: " coll" (Coll' ottava (with the octave).) att.octave.log
@dis (optional) Records the amount of octave displacement. Value conforms to data.OCTAVE.DIS . att.octavedisplacement
@dis.place (optional) Records the direction of octave displacement. Value conforms to data.PLACE . att.octavedisplacement
@dots (optional) Records the number of augmentation dots required by a dotted duration. Value conforms to data.AUGMENTDOT . att.augmentdots
@dur (optional) Records duration using optionally dotted, relative durational values provided by the data.DURATION datatype. When the duration is "irrational", as is sometimes the case with tuplets, multiple space-separated values that add up to the total duration may be used. When dotted values are present, the dots attribute must be ignored. One or more values from data.DURATION.additive , separated by spaces. att.duration.additive
@endid (optional) Indicates the final element in a sequence of events to which the feature applies. Value conforms to data.URI . att.startendid
@evaluate (optional) Specifies the intended meaning when a participant in a relationship is itself a pointer. Allowed values are: " all" (If an element pointed to is itself a pointer, then the target of that pointer will be taken, and so on, until an element is found which is not a pointer.) , " one" (If an element pointed to is itself a pointer, then its target (whether a pointer or not) is taken as the target of this pointer.) , " none" (No further evaluation of targets is carried out beyond that needed to find the element(s) specified in plist or target attribute.) att.targeteval
@layer (optional) Identifies the layer to which a feature applies. One or more values of datatype positiveInteger, separated by spaces. att.layerident
@plist (optional) Contains a space separated list of references that identify active participants in a collection/relationship, such as notes under a phrase mark; that is, the entities pointed "from". One or more values from data.URI , separated by spaces. att.plist
@staff (optional) Signifies the staff on which a notated event occurs or to which a control event applies. Mandatory when applicable. One or more values of datatype positiveInteger, separated by spaces. att.staffident
@startid (optional) Holds a reference to the first element in a sequence of events to which the feature applies. Value conforms to data.URI . att.startid
@tstamp (optional) Encodes the onset time in terms of musical time, i.e., beats[.fractional_beat_part]. Value conforms to data.BEAT . att.timestamp.musical
@tstamp.ges (optional) Captures performed onset time in several forms; that is, ppq (MIDI clicks and MusicXML 'divisions'), Humdrum **recip values, beats, seconds, or mensural duration values. Value conforms to data.DURATION.gestural . att.timestamp.performed
@tstamp.real (optional) Used to record the onset time in terms of ISO time. Value conforms to data.ISOTIME . att.timestamp.performed
@tstamp2 (optional) Encodes the ending point of an event in terms of musical time, i.e., a count of measures plus a beat location. Value conforms to data.MEASUREBEAT . att.timestamp2.musical
Declaration
<classes>
<memberOf key= " att.controlevent" />
<memberOf key= " att.augmentdots" />
<memberOf key= " att.duration.additive" />
<memberOf key= " att.octavedisplacement" />
<memberOf key= " att.startendid" />
<memberOf key= " att.timestamp2.musical" />
</classes>
<attDef ident= "coll" usage= "opt">
<desc>Indicates whether the octave displacement should be performed simultaneously with the written notes, i.e., "coll' ottava". Unlike other octave signs which are indicated by broken lines, coll' ottava typically uses an unbroken line or a series of longer broken lines, ending with a short vertical stroke. See Read, p. 47-48. </desc>
<valList type= "closed">
<valItem ident= "coll">
<desc>Coll' ottava (with the octave). </desc>
</valItem>
</valList>
</attDef>

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