musicography – Accessing symbols for music writing with pdfLaTeX
This package makes available the most commonly used symbols in writing about music in a way that can be used with pdfLaTeX and looks consistent and attractive.
It includes accidentals, meters, and notes of different rhythmic values.
The package builds on the approach used in the harmony package, where the symbols are taken from the MusiXTeX fonts. But it provides a larger range of symbols and a more flexible, user-friendly interface written using xparse.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
|Copyright||2017 Andrew A. Cashner|
|Maintainer||Andrew A. Cashner|
|Contained in||TeX Live as musicography|
MiKTeX as musicography
|Topics||Font supp symbol|
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- 2018-05-25 CTAN update: musicography
- 2017-11-01 CTAN Update: musicography
- 2017-09-30 New on CTAN: musicography
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