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Element: delayed-turn


The delayed-turn element indicates a normal turn that is delayed until the end of the current note.

Derived By

Type horizontal-turn

Name  Type  Required?  Default  Description 
default-x  tenths  No 
default-y  tenths  No 
relative-x  tenths  No 
relative-y  tenths  No 
font-family  comma-separated-text  No 
font-style  font-style  No 
font-size  font-size  No 
font-weight  font-weight  No 
color  color  No 
placement  above-below  No 
start-note  start-note  No 
trill-step  trill-step  No  The trill-step attribute describes the alternating note of trills and mordents for playback, relative to the current note.
two-note-turn  two-note-turn  No  The two-note-turn attribute describes the ending notes of trills and mordents for playback, relative to the current note.
accelerate  yes-no  No 
beats  trill-beats  No  The beats attribute specifies the beats used in a trill-sound or bend-sound. It is a decimal value with a minimum value of 2.
second-beat  percent  No 
last-beat  percent  No 
slash  yes-no  No  If the slash attribute is yes, then a vertical line is used to slash the turn; it is no by default.
Content Model

Always empty.

Referenced By

            <delayed-turn default-x="42" default-y="11" placement="above"/>

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