tied-type data type
The tied-type type is used as an attribute of the tied element to specify where the visual representation of a tie begins and ends. A <tied> element which joins two notes of the same pitch can be specified with tied-type start on the first note and tied-type stop on the second note. To indicate a note should be undamped, use a single <tied> element with tied-type let-ring. For other ties that are visually attached to a single note, such as a tie leading into or out of a repeated section or coda, use two <tied> elements on the same note, one start and one stop.
In start-stop cases, ties can add more elements using a continue type. This is typically used to specify the formatting of cross-system ties.
Base type: token
|start||Start of a tie.|
|stop||End of a tie.|
|continue||Continuation of a tie, usually used for cross-system formatting.|
|let-ring||A tie that indicates an instrument should be undamped.|
Where is this type used?
<tied> — "type" attribute