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Simple examples

All images where obtained by sending the GUIDO Music Notation (left table column) to the GUIDO NoteServer using the standard input form.  The zoomfactor was set to 0.5, the width and height field where set to 0.
These examples do not cover every single possibility of GUIDO. They are provided to give you an idea of how to express your musical data with GUIDO.

GUIDO Music Notation (gmn)

Graphical Output



[ c ]
A simple c-quarter note in the first octave.
[ do ]
The same as above
[ c1*1/4 ]
A simple c-quarter note in the first octave completly specified.
[ c2*1/8 ]
A c-eigth-note in the second octave
[ c0*1/8. ]
A dotted c-eigth-note in the zero'th octave.
[ c-1*3/16 ]
A c in the negative first octave with duration of three 16th notes. 
[ c-1/8. ]
Same as above using a dotted note.
[ c# ]
A c-sharp quarter note.
[ c& ]
A c-flat quarter note.
[ c## ]
A c with a double sharp.
[ c&& ]
A c with a double flat.
[ _ ]
A quarter-note rest.
[ _/8 ]
An eight-note rest.
[ c d e f g a h ]
A scale of quarter notes.
[ do re mi fa so la si ]
A scale using the solfege-names.
[ c d e f g a b ]
The same scale. Notice that [b] equals [h].

Further examples

Simple examples (the basics)
A little more complex examples
Complex examples
Examples for Release 0.20
Embedding Music Notation on your WEB-Site

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