The Neume Notation Project

Louis W. G. Barton




µ Unicode Assignments: Clivis (detailed breakdown)


Neume form:	clivis (or flexa)

Examples:
Number of variants = 50 Remarks: "Oriscus 1" replaces the first note of the clivis. "Oriscus 2" replaces the second note of the clivis. "Oriscus 3" is a third note added at the end of the clivis, and is at the same pitch as the last note of the clivis. Unicode Variant E039 clivis at interval of 2nd E03A clivis at interval of 3rd E03B clivis at interval of 4th E03C clivis at interval of 5th E03D clivis at interval of 6th E03E liquescent clivis at interval of 2nd E03F liquescent clivis at interval of 3rd E040 liquescent clivis at interval of 4th E041 liquescent clivis at interval of 5th E042 liquescent clivis at interval of 6th E043 clivis at interval of 2nd; first note is oriscus 1 E044 clivis at interval of 3rd; first note is oriscus 1 E045 clivis at interval of 4th; first note is oriscus 1 E046 clivis at interval of 5th; first note is oriscus 1 E047 clivis at interval of 6th; first note is oriscus 1 E048 liquescent clivis at interval of 2nd; first note is oriscus 1 E049 liquescent clivis at interval of 3rd; first note is oriscus 1 E04A liquescent clivis at interval of 4th; first note is oriscus 1 E04B liquescent clivis at interval of 5th; first note is oriscus 1 E04C liquescent clivis at interval of 6th; first note is oriscus 1 E04D clivis at interval of 2nd; first note is oriscus 2 E04E clivis at interval of 3rd; first note is oriscus 2 E04F clivis at interval of 4th; first note is oriscus 2 E050 clivis at interval of 5th; first note is oriscus 2 E051 clivis at interval of 6th; first note is oriscus 2 E052 liquescent clivis at interval of 2nd; first note is oriscus 2 E053 liquescent clivis at interval of 3rd; first note is oriscus 2 E054 liquescent clivis at interval of 4th; first note is oriscus 2 E055 liquescent clivis at interval of 5th; first note is oriscus 2 E056 liquescent clivis at interval of 6th; first note is oriscus 2 E057 clivis at interval of 2nd; oriscus 3 added at end E058 clivis at interval of 3rd; oriscus 3 added at end E059 clivis at interval of 4th; oriscus 3 added at end E05A clivis at interval of 5th; oriscus 3 added at end E05B clivis at interval of 6th; oriscus 3 added at end E05C clivis at interval of 2nd; first note is apostropha E05D clivis at interval of 3rd; first note is apostropha E05E clivis at interval of 4th; first note is apostropha E05F clivis at interval of 5th; first note is apostropha E060 clivis at interval of 6th; first note is apostropha E061 liquescent clivis at interval of 2nd; first note is apostropha E062 liquescent clivis at interval of 3rd; first note is apostropha E063 liquescent clivis at interval of 4th; first note is apostropha E064 liquescent clivis at interval of 5th; first note is apostropha E065 liquescent clivis at interval of 6th; first note is apostropha E066 clivis at interval of 2nd; second note is apostropha E067 clivis at interval of 3rd; second note is apostropha E068 clivis at interval of 4th; second note is apostropha E069 clivis at interval of 5th; second note is apostropha E06A clivis at interval of 6th; second note is apostropha Return to main taxonomy screen


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References:
Eugène Cardine, Gregorian Semiology, Robert M. Fowells, tr., (Solesmes, [1970] 1982).
Gregoroire Marie Sunol, Introduction a la Paleographie Musicale Gregorienne, (Paris: Desclee, 1935).

Revision: 12 December 1999
Copyright (c) 1998, 1999, Louis W. G. Barton