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Guido Engine Library

The GUIDO Music Notation Format is a formal language for score level music representation. It is a plain-text, i.e. readable and platform independent format capable of representing all information contained in conventional musical scores. The basic GUIDO Format is very flexible and can be easily extended and adapted to capture a wide variety of musical features beyond conventional musical notation (CMN). The GUIDO design is strongly influenced by the objective to facilitate an adequate representation of musical material, from tiny motives up to complex symphonic scores. GUIDO is a general purpose musical notation format; the intended range of application includes notation software, compositional and analytical systems and tools, performance systems, and large musical databases.


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Standard Music Description Language : une norme en devenir

Le SMDL est une norme qui sert à représenter l'information musicale que cette dernière soit seule ou combinée avec du texte et des graphiques. L'information multimédia est également supportée3. Il s'agit d'une application HyTime se conformant à l'ISO/IEC 10744:19924 à laquelle on a ajouté des formes architecturales spécialisées pour la représentation des éléments musicaux

MuseData Representation of Musical Information

The purpose of MuseData code is to represent the logical content of musical scores in a software-neutral fashion. The code is currently being used in the construction of full-text databases of music for several composers

GUIDO Format - Specification (Draft)

The GUIDO Notation Format is a general purpose formal language for representing score level music in a platform independent, plain-text and human-readable way. It is based on a conceptually simple but powerful formalism; its design concentrates on general musical concepts (as opposed to notational, i.e, graphical features). A key feature of the GUIDO design is adequacy, which means that simple musical concepts should be represented in a simple way and only complex notions should require complex representations.