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µ Unicode Assignments: Pes (detailed breakdown)


Neume form:	pes (or podatus)

Examples:
Number of variants = 50 Remarks: "Oriscus 1" replaces the first note of the pes. "Oriscus 2" replaces the second note of the pes. "Oriscus 3" is a third note added at the end of the pes, and is at the same pitch as the last note of the pes. Unicode Variant E008 pes at interval of 2nd E009 pes at interval of 3rd E00A pes at interval of 4th E00B pes at interval of 5th E00C pes at interval of 6th E00D liquescent pes at interval of 2nd E00E liquescent pes at interval of 3rd E00F liquescent pes at interval of 4th E010 liquescent pes at interval of 5th E011 liquescent pes at interval of 6th E011 pes at interval of 2nd; first note is oriscus 1 E012 pes at interval of 3rd; first note is oriscus 1 E013 pes at interval of 4th; first note is oriscus 1 E014 pes at interval of 5th; first note is oriscus 1 E015 pes at interval of 6th; first note is oriscus 1 E016 liquescent pes at interval of 2nd; first note is oriscus 1 E017 liquescent pes at interval of 3rd; first note is oriscus 1 E018 liquescent pes at interval of 4th; first note is oriscus 1 E019 liquescent pes at interval of 5th; first note is oriscus 1 E01A liquescent pes at interval of 6th; first note is oriscus 1 E01B pes at interval of 2nd; first note is oriscus 2 E01C pes at interval of 3rd; first note is oriscus 2 E01D pes at interval of 4th; first note is oriscus 2 E01E pes at interval of 5th; first note is oriscus 2 E01F pes at interval of 6th; first note is oriscus 2 E020 liquescent pes at interval of 2nd; first note is oriscus 2 E021 liquescent pes at interval of 3rd; first note is oriscus 2 E022 liquescent pes at interval of 4th; first note is oriscus 2 E023 liquescent pes at interval of 5th; first note is oriscus 2 E024 liquescent pes at interval of 6th; first note is oriscus 2 E025 pes at interval of 2nd; oriscus 3 added at end E026 pes at interval of 3rd; oriscus 3 added at end E027 pes at interval of 4th; oriscus 3 added at end E028 pes at interval of 5th; oriscus 3 added at end E029 pes at interval of 6th; oriscus 3 added at end E02A pes at interval of 2nd; first note is apostropha E02B pes at interval of 3rd; first note is apostropha E02C pes at interval of 4th; first note is apostropha E02D pes at interval of 5th; first note is apostropha E02E pes at interval of 6th; first note is apostropha E02F liquescent pes at interval of 2nd; first note is apostropha E030 liquescent pes at interval of 3rd; first note is apostropha E031 liquescent pes at interval of 4th; first note is apostropha E032 liquescent pes at interval of 5th; first note is apostropha E033 liquescent pes at interval of 6th; first note is apostropha E034 pes at interval of 2nd; second note is apostropha E035 pes at interval of 3rd; second note is apostropha E036 pes at interval of 4th; second note is apostropha E037 pes at interval of 5th; second note is apostropha E038 pes 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
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