att.tempo.log

att.tempo.log Logical domain attributes.
Module MEI.shared
Members
tempo (direct member of att.tempo.log)
Attributes
@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
@func (optional) Records the function of a tempo indication. Allowed values are: " continuous" (Marks a gradual change of tempo, such as "accel." or "rit."), " instantaneous" (Represents a static tempo instruction, such as a textual term like "Adagio", a metronome marking like "♩=70", or a combination of text and metronome indication.) , " metricmod" (Captures a change in pulse rate (tempo) and/or pulse grouping (subdivision) in an "equation" of the form [tempo before change] = [tempo after change].) , " precedente" (Indicates a change in pulse rate (tempo) and/or pulse grouping (subdivision) in an "equation" of the form [tempo after change] = [tempo before change]. The term "precedente" often appears following the "equation" to distinquish this kind of historical usage from the modern metric modulation form.) att.tempo.log
@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
Declaration
<classes>
<memberOf key= " att.controlevent" />
<memberOf key= " att.startid" />
</classes>
<attDef ident= "func" usage= "opt">
<desc>Records the function of a tempo indication. </desc>
<valList type= "closed">
<valItem ident= "continuous">
<desc>Marks a gradual change of tempo, such as "accel." or "rit." </desc>
</valItem>
<valItem ident= "instantaneous">
<desc>Represents a static tempo instruction, such as a textual term like "Adagio", a metronome marking like "♩=70", or a combination of text and metronome indication. </desc>
</valItem>
<valItem ident= "metricmod">
<desc>Captures a change in pulse rate (tempo) and/or pulse grouping (subdivision) in an "equation" of the form [tempo before change] = [tempo after change]. </desc>
</valItem>
<valItem ident= "precedente">
<desc>Indicates a change in pulse rate (tempo) and/or pulse grouping (subdivision) in an "equation" of the form [tempo after change] = [tempo before change]. The term "precedente" often appears following the "equation" to distinquish this kind of historical usage from the modern metric modulation form. </desc>
</valItem>
</valList>
</attDef>

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