The <direction-type> element

Parent element: <direction>

Textual direction types may have more than 1 component due to multiple fonts. The <dynamics> element may also be used in the <notations> element. Child element attributes related to print suggestions apply to the individual <direction-type>, not to the overall <direction>.


Exactly one of the following


Name Type Required? Description
id ID No Specifies an ID that is unique to the entire document.


This element is used in the following examples:

<accordion-registration>, <attributes>, <beat-unit-dot>, <beat-unit>, <beater>, <bookmark>, <bracket>, <coda>, <damp-all>, <damp>, <dashes>, <double>, <effect>, <eyeglasses>, <f>, <ff>, <fff>, <ffff>, <fffff>, <ffffff>, <footnote>, <forward>, <glass>, <grouping>, <harp-pedals>, <humming>, <image>, <instrument-change>, <link>, <measure-distance>, <membrane>, <metal>, <metronome-note>, <metronome>, <mf>, <mp>, <n>, <octave-shift>, <p>, <pan> and <elevation>, <pedal> (Lines), <pedal> (Symbols), <per-minute>, <pf>, <pitched>, <pp>, <ppp>, <pppp>, <ppppp>, <pppppp>, <principal-voice>, <rehearsal>, <segno>, <sfzp>, <staff-divide>, <stick-location>, <stick>, <straight>, <string-mute> (Off), <string-mute> (On), <swing>, <symbol>, <sync>, <timpani>, <wait>, <wedge>, <with-bar>, <wood>, system attribute (also-top), system attribute (only-top), Tutorial: Après un rêve, Tutorial: Chopin Prelude