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Syllable

<!ELEMENT syllable (#PCDATA)>
<!ATTLIST syllable
   start_event_ref IDREF #REQUIRED
   end_event_ref IDREF #IMPLIED
   hyphen (yes | no) "no">

Element syllable contains the text to be associated to a music symbol.

 

Attributes
  • start_event_ref, a mandatory attribute that defines the (first) spine event corresponding to the music event where the syllable occurs.
  • end_event_ref, an optional attribute that defines the last spine event to which the syllable should be associated, in the case of multi-note syllable. It is the logical counterpart of extension lines used in scores.
  • hyphen, an attribute that defines if the syllable has to be followed by a hyphenation sign. Music theory states that value "no" should be used if this is the unique or the last syllable of a word, and "yes" in other cases.

 

Examples

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<lyrics part_ref="soprano" voice_ref="soprano_voice1">
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e1" end_event_ref="v1_e1">Gott</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e2" end_event_ref="v1_e2">ist</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e3" end_event_ref="v1_e3">mein</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e4" end_event_ref="v1_e4">Lied!</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e5" end_event_ref="v1_e5">Er</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e6" end_event_ref="v1_e6">ist</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e7" end_event_ref="v1_e7">der</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e8" end_event_ref="v1_e8">Gott</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e9" end_event_ref="v1_e9">der</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e10" end_event_ref="v1_e10"
                                                   hyphen="yes">Stär</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e11" end_event_ref="v1_e11">ke;</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e14" end_event_ref="v1_e14">hehr</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e15" end_event_ref="v1_e15">ist</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e16" end_event_ref="v1_e16">sein</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e17" end_event_ref="v1_e17">Nam'</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e18" end_event_ref="v1_e18">und</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e19" end_event_ref="v1_e19">gross</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e20" end_event_ref="v1_e20">sind</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e21" end_event_ref="v1_e21"
                                                   hyphen="yes">sei</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e22" end_event_ref="v1_e22">ne</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e23" end_event_ref="v1_e23"
                                                   hyphen="yes">Wer</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e24" end_event_ref="v1_e24">ke</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e26" end_event_ref="v1_e26">und</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e27" end_event_ref="v1_e27"
                                                   hyphen="yes">al</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e28" end_event_ref="v1_e18">le</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e29" end_event_ref="v1_e19"
                                                   hyphen="yes">Him</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e30" end_event_ref="v1_e20">mel</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e31" end_event_ref="v1_e21">sein</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e32" end_event_ref="v1_e22"
                                                   hyphen="yes">Ge</syllable>
   <syllable start_event_ref="v1_e33" end_event_ref="v1_e23">biet.</syllable>
</lyrics>

 


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