The <notations> element

Parent element: <note>

The <notations> element collects musical notations that apply to a specific note or chord.
Multiple <notations> elements are allowed in order to represent multiple editorial levels. The print-object attribute allows <notations> to represent details of performance technique, such as fingerings, without having them appear in the score. This element is not related to the concept of XML notations.


In this order


Name Type Required? Description
id ID No Specifies an ID that is unique to the entire document.
print-object yes-no No Specifies whether or not to print an object. It is yes if not specified.


This element is used in the following examples:

<accent>, <accidental-mark> (Notation), <accidental-mark> (Ornament), <arpeggiate>, <arrow>, <arrowhead>, <articulations>, <artificial>, <beam>, <brass-bend>, <breath-mark>, <caesura>, <chord> (Multiple Stop), <circular-arrow>, <delayed-inverted-turn>, <delayed-turn>, <detached-legato>, <doit>, <double-tongue>, <down-bow>, <extend> (Lyric), <falloff>, <fingering> (Notation), <fingernails>, <flip>, <forward>, <glissando> (Multiple), <glissando> (Single), <golpe>, <grace>, <grace> (Appoggiatura), <grouping>, <half-muted>, <handbell>, <harmon-mute>, <haydn>, <heel>, <heel> and <toe> substitution, <humming>, <inverted-mordent>, <inverted-turn>, <inverted-vertical-turn>, <level>, <mordent>, <natural>, <non-arpeggiate>, <normal-dot>, <open-string>, <open>, <plop>, <pluck>, <pre-bend>, <release>, <schleifer>, <scoop>, <shake>, <slide>, <slur>, <smear>, <snap-pizzicato>, <soft-accent>, <spiccato>, <staccatissimo>, <staccato>, <stopped>, <stress>, <strong-accent>, <tap>, <technical> (Tablature), <tenuto>, <thumb-position>, <tied>, <time-modification>, <toe>, <tremolo> (Double), <tremolo> (Single), <trill-mark>, <triple-tongue>, <tuplet-dot>, <tuplet> (Nested), <tuplet> (Regular), <turn>, <unstress>, <up-bow>, <vertical-turn>, <voice>, <wavy-line>, <with-bar>, Tutorial: Après un rêve, Tutorial: Chopin Prelude, Tutorial: Tablature