LDP language. Reference manual
Target audience: People interested in learning the LDP language for writing music scores. This document provides details about the structure, organization and syntax of an LDP document; the LDP elements and their attributes; and how to write music scores using the LDP language.
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Table of Contents
- 1. Introduction
- 2. The score and its structure
- 3. Music description
- 4. Polyophony: chords and voices
- 5. Note relationships
- 6. Pauses and breath marks
- 7. Notations attached to one object
- 8. Lyrics
- 9. Format control
- 10. Common elements widely used