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Trill

<!ELEMENT trill EMPTY>
<!ATTLIST trill
   id ID #IMPLIED
   %spine_ref;
   accidental %accidental; "none"
   style (t | tr | tr- | plus | double_slash | caesura_double_slash |
                         slur_double_slash | mordent | double_mordent) #IMPLIED
   start_hook (none | up | down) "none"
   end_hook (none | up | down) "none">

Element trill is used to encode trills. Trill is a musical ornament consisting of a rapid alternation between two adjacent notes of a scale.

 

Attributes
  • id, an optional attribute that provides a unique identification for the symbol.
  • event_ref, a mandatory attribute that identifies the spine event of the music symbol to which the ornament is applied.
  • accidental, an attribute to modify chromatically the added note by an accidental, graphically represented by a small symbol over the trill.
  • style, an optional attribute to define the shape to use, according to the figure of below.
  • start_hook and end_hook, attributes used to encode particular signs used above all in the Baroque period. In the Klavierbüchlein für Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, Johann Sebastian Bach lists a number of these signs, together with the correct way to interpret them.
trill07style="t"
trill1style="tr"
trill3style="tr-"
trill2style="plus"
trill01style="double_slash"
trill03style="caesura_double_slash"
trill02style="slur_double_slash"
mordent1style="mordent"
mordent3style="double_mordent"

 


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