Byzantine Musical Symbols

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Byzantine Musical Symbols
Range U+1D000..U+1D0FF
(256 code points)
Plane SMP
Scripts Common
Symbol sets Byzantine musical notation
Assigned 246 code points
Unused 10 reserved code points
Unicode version history
3.1 246 (+246)
Note: [1][2]

Byzantine Musical Symbols is a Unicode block containing characters for representing Byzantine-era musical notation.

Block[edit]

Byzantine Musical Symbols[1][2]
Official Unicode Consortium code chart (PDF)
  0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
U+1D00x 𝀀 𝀁 𝀂 𝀃 𝀄 𝀅 𝀆 𝀇 𝀈 𝀉 𝀊 𝀋 𝀌 𝀍 𝀎 𝀏
U+1D01x 𝀐 𝀑 𝀒 𝀓 𝀔 𝀕 𝀖 𝀗 𝀘 𝀙 𝀚 𝀛 𝀜 𝀝 𝀞 𝀟
U+1D02x 𝀠 𝀡 𝀢 𝀣 𝀤 𝀥 𝀦 𝀧 𝀨 𝀩 𝀪 𝀫 𝀬 𝀭 𝀮 𝀯
U+1D03x 𝀰 𝀱 𝀲 𝀳 𝀴 𝀵 𝀶 𝀷 𝀸 𝀹 𝀺 𝀻 𝀼 𝀽 𝀾 𝀿
U+1D04x 𝁀 𝁁 𝁂 𝁃 𝁄 𝁅 𝁆 𝁇 𝁈 𝁉 𝁊 𝁋 𝁌 𝁍 𝁎 𝁏
U+1D05x 𝁐 𝁑 𝁒 𝁓 𝁔 𝁕 𝁖 𝁗 𝁘 𝁙 𝁚 𝁛 𝁜 𝁝 𝁞 𝁟
U+1D06x 𝁠 𝁡 𝁢 𝁣 𝁤 𝁥 𝁦 𝁧 𝁨 𝁩 𝁪 𝁫 𝁬 𝁭 𝁮 𝁯
U+1D07x 𝁰 𝁱 𝁲 𝁳 𝁴 𝁵 𝁶 𝁷 𝁸 𝁹 𝁺 𝁻 𝁼 𝁽 𝁾 𝁿
U+1D08x 𝂀 𝂁 𝂂 𝂃 𝂄 𝂅 𝂆 𝂇 𝂈 𝂉 𝂊 𝂋 𝂌 𝂍 𝂎 𝂏
U+1D09x 𝂐 𝂑 𝂒 𝂓 𝂔 𝂕 𝂖 𝂗 𝂘 𝂙 𝂚 𝂛 𝂜 𝂝 𝂞 𝂟
U+1D0Ax 𝂠 𝂡 𝂢 𝂣 𝂤 𝂥 𝂦 𝂧 𝂨 𝂩 𝂪 𝂫 𝂬 𝂭 𝂮 𝂯
U+1D0Bx 𝂰 𝂱 𝂲 𝂳 𝂴 𝂵 𝂶 𝂷 𝂸 𝂹 𝂺 𝂻 𝂼 𝂽 𝂾 𝂿
U+1D0Cx 𝃀 𝃁 𝃂 𝃃 𝃄 𝃅 𝃆 𝃇 𝃈 𝃉 𝃊 𝃋 𝃌 𝃍 𝃎 𝃏
U+1D0Dx 𝃐 𝃑 𝃒 𝃓 𝃔 𝃕 𝃖 𝃗 𝃘 𝃙 𝃚 𝃛 𝃜 𝃝 𝃞 𝃟
U+1D0Ex 𝃠 𝃡 𝃢 𝃣 𝃤 𝃥 𝃦 𝃧 𝃨 𝃩 𝃪 𝃫 𝃬 𝃭 𝃮 𝃯
U+1D0Fx 𝃰 𝃱 𝃲 𝃳 𝃴 𝃵
Notes
1.^ As of Unicode version 11.0
2.^ Grey areas indicate non-assigned code points

History[edit]

The following Unicode-related documents record the purpose and process of defining specific characters in the Byzantine Musical Symbols block:

Version Final code points[a] Count UTC ID L2 ID WG2 ID Document
3.1 U+1D000..1D0F5 246 X3L2/95-122 N1208 Byzantine musical notation system, 1995-03-30 
UTC/1996-013 McGowan, Rick (1996-03-08), Greek (Byzantine) Musical Notation System, Notes and observations on ISO/IEC JTC1/SC2/WG2 N1208 and attachments 
L2/97-144 N1582 3rd revision for proposal of repertoire of Greek Byzantine Music Notation System, 1997-06-11 
L2/05-106 Nicholas, Nick (2005-05-02), Byzantine Musical Notation: Proposal for Changes 
L2/05-153 Freytag, Asmus (2005-05-12), Recommendations on how to handle the input from document L2/05-106 Proposal for Changes in Byzantine Musical Notation 
L2/05-341 Anderson, Deborah (2005-10-25), Summary of proposed changes from L2/05-106, Byzantine Musical Notation 
  1. ^ Proposed code points and characters names may differ from final code points and names

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Unicode character database". The Unicode Standard. Retrieved 2016-07-09. 
  2. ^ "Enumerated Versions of The Unicode Standard". The Unicode Standard. Retrieved 2016-07-09. 

Notes and manuals[edit]