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Acciaccatura

<!ELEMENT acciaccatura (chord+)>
<!ATTLIST acciaccatura
   id ID #IMPLIED
   %spine_ref;
   slur (yes | no) "no">

Element acciaccatura is intended to encode acciaccaturas. The acciaccatura is a shorter, less melodically significant, variant of the appoggiatura, where the delay of the principal note is scarcely perceptible – theoretically subtracting no time at all. It is written using one or more grace notes, with an oblique stroke through the stem.
This element has one or more chord sub-elements, following the syntax already explained for the chord element.

Attributes
  • id, an optional attribute 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 which the ornament is applied to.
  • slur, an attribute to hide or show explicitly the slur.

Examples

acciaccatura1

<acciaccatura event_ref="event_02" slur="yes">
   <chord event_ref="event_01">
      <duration num="1" den="8" />
      <notehead>
         <pitch octave="6" step="F" />
      </notehead>
   </chord>
</acciaccatura>

acciaccatura2

<acciaccatura event_ref="event_04" slur="no">
   <chord event_ref="event_01">
      <duration num="1" den="16" />
      <notehead>
         <pitch octave="5" step="B" />
      </notehead>
   </chord>
   <chord event_ref="event_02">
      <duration num="1" den="16" />
      <notehead>
         <pitch octave="6" step="C" />
      </notehead>
   </chord>
   <chord event_ref="event_03">
      <duration num="1" den="16" />
      <notehead>
         <pitch octave="6" step="D" />
      </notehead>
   </chord>
</acciaccatura>


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