|Attributes which can be used to classify or sub-classify features.|
abbr, add, addName, altId, anchoredText, annot, app, application, arpeg, arranger, author, avFile, beamSpan, bend, bibl, biblList, bloc, breath, castList, change, composer, corpName, corr, country, cpMark, curve, damage, date, del, desc, dir, district, dynam, editor, ending, event, eventList, expan, expansion, famName, fermata, fig, fing, fingGrp, foreName, genName, geogFeat, geogName, gliss, graphic, hairpin, handList, harm, harpPedal, head, identifier, incip, ineume, itemList, label, lb, lem, lg, librettist, line, lyricist, mapping, mdiv, measure, mordent, nameLink, num, octave, orig, ornam, part, parts, pb, pedal, periodName, persName, pgFoot, pgFoot2, pgHead, pgHead2, phrase, ptr, quote, rdg, ref, region, reh, relatedItem, repository, restore, roleName, score, section, settlement, slur, styleName, surface, symbol, tempo, term, termList, tie, titlePage, trill, tupletSpan, turn, uneume, zone (direct members of att.typed)
@subtype(optional)Provide any sub-classification for the element, additional to that given by its type attribute. Value of datatype NMTOKEN. att.typed
@type(optional)Characterizes the element in some sense, using any convenient classification scheme or typology. Value of datatype NMTOKEN. att.typed
When appropriate, values from an established typology should be used. Alternatively, a typology may be defined in the associated MEI header using the classification element. If values are to be taken from a project-specific list, this should be defined using the TEI valList element in a project-specific schema description.
An element with a subtype attribute must have a type attribute.