The <measure-style> element
Parent element: <attributes>
The <measure-style> element indicates a special way to print partial to multiple measures within a part. This includes multiple rests over several measures, repeats of beats, single, or multiple measures, and use of slash notation.
The <multiple-rest> and <measure-repeat> elements indicate the number of measures covered in the element content. The <beat-repeat> and <slash> elements can cover partial measures. All but the multiple-rest element use a type attribute to indicate starting and stopping the use of the style.
Exactly one of the following
|color||color||No||Indicates the color of an element.|
|font-family||font-family||No||A comma-separated list of font names.|
|font-size||font-size||No||One of the CSS sizes or a numeric point size.|
|font-style||font-style||No||Normal or italic style.|
|font-weight||font-weight||No||Normal or bold weight.|
|id||ID||No||Specifies an ID that is unique to the entire document.|
|number||staff-number||No||Allows a measure style to apply to only the specified staff in the part. If absent, the measure style applies to all staves in the part.|
This element is used in the following examples: