Other baroque ornaments (U+E570–U+E58F)

Glyph Description Glyph Description
U+E570
ornamentPortDeVoixV
Port de voix
U+E571
ornamentRightFacingHalfCircle
Right-facing half circle
U+E572
ornamentLeftFacingHalfCircle
Left-facing half circle
U+E573
ornamentRightFacingHook
Right-facing hook
U+E574
ornamentLeftFacingHook
Left-facing hook
U+E575
ornamentHookBeforeNote
Hook before note
U+E576
ornamentHookAfterNote
Hook after note
U+E577
ornamentUpCurve
Curve above
U+E578
ornamentDownCurve
Curve below
U+E579
ornamentShortObliqueLineBeforeNote
Short oblique straight line SW-NE
U+E57A
ornamentShortObliqueLineAfterNote
Short oblique straight line NW-SE
U+E57B
ornamentObliqueLineBeforeNote
Oblique straight line SW-NE
U+E57C
ornamentObliqueLineAfterNote
Oblique straight line NW-SE
U+E57D
ornamentDoubleObliqueLinesBeforeNote
Double oblique straight lines SW-NE
U+E57E
ornamentDoubleObliqueLinesAfterNote
Double oblique straight lines NW-SE
U+E57F
ornamentObliqueLineHorizBeforeNote
Oblique straight line tilted SW-NE
U+E580
ornamentObliqueLineHorizAfterNote
Oblique straight line tilted NW-SE
U+E581
ornamentComma
Comma
U+E582
ornamentShake3
Shake
U+E583
ornamentVerticalLine
Vertical line
U+E584
ornamentShakeMuffat1
Shake (Muffat)
U+E585 (and U+1D1B1)
glissandoUp
Glissando up
U+E586 (and U+1D1B2)
glissandoDown
Glissando down
U+E587
ornamentSchleifer
Schleifer (long mordent)
U+E588
ornamentPinceCouperin
Pincé (Couperin)
U+E589
ornamentTremblementCouperin
Tremblement appuyé (Couperin)

Implementation notes

There is little agreement over the meaning, or indeed the naming, of ornaments beyond those that have survived into modern usage. The glyphs included in this range are the shapes that are used by a wide variety of composers, particularly in the baroque period. For information about the uses and interpretations of individual symbols in this range, consult Neumann (ibid.).