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The GUIDO Music Notation Format The GUIDO Music Notation Format l Representational adequacy Simple things have simple representations Group Members Ananda Jacobs Aaron Yang Beran Pacaci Carley Tanoue The GUIDO Introduction l l l l l first introduced in 1998 as a novel approach for adequately representing almost any kind of scorelevel music named after Guido d Arezzo 990 1050 a renowned music theorist of his time realized as a plain text human readable and platform independent format based on a simple yet powerful and easily extensible formalism can be completely embedded within XML using GUIDOXML Jacobs Pacaci Tanoue Yang ISE599 2004 Related Work l l l l l l l DARMS MIDI Common Music Notation SMDL NIFF Humdrum MuseData 1 The GUIDO Music Notation Format Three Levels of GUIDO Basic GUIDO Notation l Basic GUIDO Advanced GUIDO Extended GUIDO l l l l l Inputs l Plugins l l l l Sibelius Finale NoteAbility l l Heart and Soul Image of the Score GIF EPS MIDI Conversion l l l l Outputs Notes and Rests l Note names Accidentals sharp and flat Octave Duration Note Sequences l represent single voiced scores Chords and Chord Sequences Note Segments l represent multi voiced scores Comments and Spacing Standard Tags l Dynamic Markings crescendo diminuendo section info l Tempo Indications accelerando ritardando section info l Other tags Instrument Tie Slurs Accents and Expressive Markings Trills and Ornaments Tremolo Fermatas Grace Notes and Cue Notes Repetitions Clefs Meter Time Signatures Key Key Signatures Octave Transpositions Staves Beams Stems Bar lines and Tactus Strokes Text Title and Composer Markers and Named Sections MIDI MuseData Guido XML Manually l l By Hand Java Keyboard Jacobs Pacaci Tanoue Yang ISE599 2004 2 The GUIDO Music Notation Format Heart and Soul in GUIDO Rose Clarinet Etude Example tempo Allegro 1 4 120 instr Piano MIDI 0 meter 4 4 c2 4 c2 4 c2 2 8 c2 16 b1 3 16 a1 16 b1 3 16 c2 16 d2 4 e2 4 e2 4 e2 2 8 e2 16 d2 3 16 c2 16 d2 3 16 e2 16 f2 4 g2 2 c2 2 8 a2



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