A.8 The Emmentaler font

The Emmentaler font consists of two sub-sets of glyphs. “Feta”, used for classical notation and “Parmesan”, used for Ancient notation.

Any glyph within the Emmentaler font can be accessed directly by using text markup along with the name of the glyph (as shown in the tables below). For example;

g^\markup {\musicglyph #"scripts.segno" }

or

\markup {\musicglyph #"five"}

For more information see Formatting text.


Clef glyphs

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Time Signature glyphs

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Number glyphs

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Accidental glyphs

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Default Notehead glyphs

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Special Notehead glyphs

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Shape-note Notehead glyphs

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Rest glyphs

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Flag glyphs

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Dot glyphs

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Dynamic glyphs

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Script glyphs

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Arrowhead glyphs

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Bracket-tip glyphs

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Pedal glyphs

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Accordion glyphs

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Tie glyphs

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Vaticana glyphs

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Medicaea glyphs

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Hufnagel glyphs

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Mensural glyphs

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Neomensural glyphs

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Petrucci glyphs

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Solesmes glyphs

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Kievan Notation glyphs

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