## What's in the Fonts |

**ACCIDENTALS:**

- French "x" diese
- 45-degree Renaissance sharp
- square ("hard") bemol
- cross-plus-dots doublesharp
- square-bracketed editorial accidentals (#,h,b,x,bb)

**NOTEHEADS:**

- square augmentation dot
- white-note cluster symbols for intervals of a fourth, fifth, sixth, and octave, as well as components to construct other intervals
- slashed notehead (percussion)
- round notehead with left-arrow (brass)
- White(outline and shaded)and black versions of the following notehead shapes:
- diamond (45-degree square) (suitable for harmonics)
- diamond (narrow), Renaissance style
- square
- oblong
- equilateral triangle (four orientations)
- right triangle, diagonal hypotenuse (four orientations)
- right triangle, horizontal hypotenuse (pointing up and down)
- slightly narrower triangle (pointing up and down)
- perfect circle
- semicircle (four orientations)
- crescent (fingernail) (three orientations)
- v-shaped arrowheads (pointing up and down)
- long (oblong notehead with stem on right)

- Renaissance breve (half-width)
- Renaissance long (half-width)
- x
- x in circle
- diamond in circle
- double-sharp x in circle
- breve with single lines on sides
- three alternate shapes for standard black and white noteheads (slightly larger, etc.)

**RESTS:**

- reversed quarter-note rest
- double-tailed quarter-note rest
- long rest

**FLAGS:**

- angled and flat beamlet-flags, including up and down stems with up to three flat broken beams
- Renaissance "loop" flags

**CLEFS & TIME:**

- two-line percussion clef
- Renaissance "Ladder" C clef (two varieties)
- Medieval C and F clefs
- Baroque F and G clefs
- Treble clef with 8 and 15 above
- Bass clef with 8 above
- Bass clef with 15 below
- Time and Prolation signs (C C. O O. , as nearly as I can symbolize, as well as C and O with diminution slashes and a reversed C)

**OTHER SYMBOLS:**

- Eight additional arrowheads at angles supplementing those available in "Toccata"
- Digits 0-9 in a size and style suitable for MM markings or fingerings

- arpeggio marks with up- and down- arrows
- "Mozart carrot" accent mark
- parentheses to fit around notehead, notehead with accidental
- slide, glide, smear, doit, rise, fall-off articulations
- acute-accent, accent-grave, and breve articulations
- tenuto-accent, tenuto-staccato combinations
- thicker accent and tenuto marks
- tenuto + acute accent marking
- double-tonguing and triple-tonguing dots
- cello thumb-fingering mark
- string/fingering numbers 1-6 in circles
- string/fingering numbers 1-5 in squares
- harp dampening symbols (single notes, notes above, below, in range)
- harp P.D.L.T waves (horizontally cloneable)
- tuning-key symbols
- other harp symbols (fingernails, various esoterica, pedaling diagrams)
- organ heel and toe pedal markings
- Hauptstimme, Nebenstimme markings
- two varieties of Bartok pizz
- dynamic markings to match dynamics' font (dim., sub., cresc., poco, n)
- square and triangular fermata markings
- parenthetical small noteheads for marking enharmonics (b, h, #, bb, x)
- arrows pointing in 8 compass directions
- trill signs with b, h, #
- short slurs to indicate "l.v."
- "tails" for repeat signs
- 21 microtonal accidentals
- numerals 1-8 with circumflexes, for Schenkerian analysis
- "plectrum" symbol
- three additional "speeds" for trill-wavy-line
- Renaissance-style "eye-guide" for end-of-staff
- six angles of cloneable glissandi
- two sizes of sinusoidal waves (horizontally cloneable)
- inverted cross
- Baroque ornament resembling Greek letter psi
- "8b" notation for those who dislike "8vb"
- "15mb" symbol
- "coll' " marking for use with 8va
- blacked-in coda, plus coda 1 and coda 2 signs
- 4 different mallet symbols for percussion
- straight arrows in 8 directions
- 16 different curved arrows
- double-shafted arrows pointing left and right
- Beginning and ending repeat double-bars
- brass timbre symbols [a], [m], [u], [wa]
- editorially bracketed fermatas, accent, tenuto, staccato, bowings
- small (note-size) and large (staff-size) square brackets

Note: Two types of symbols are not treated in depth in these fonts: Medieval neumes and ligatures, and percussion pictographs. I felt these two presented issues which could not be treated properly here, and have relegated these symbols to future projects. Also, fonts already exist that cover these items to a certain extent.