preliminary proposal: New Unicode characters for Arabic music half-flat and half-sharp
Asmus Freytag (t)
asmus-inc at ix.netcom.com
Sun Mar 29 17:49:34 CDT 2015
It would be worth to bring the collection of music symbols up to a more
comprehensive set in one go, rather than to do it piecemeal.
On 3/29/2015 3:07 PM, Werner LEMBERG wrote:
>> That’s quite some variety. There are also the three-quarter flat and
>> sharp in Western music to consider. I’ll be able to dig into this
>> after I get back to Ireland from Sweden on Friday.
> You should check the Standard Music Font Layout (SmuFL) for details;
> it also has a freely available font that covers it.
> The recent version of the specification can be found at
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> Unicode at unicode.org
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