I think Mr. Garres means the western musical notation invented in the 1200s, which is very widely, if not universally, used today.
Unicode 3.0 actually already has at least 2 older forms of musical notation in the main Hebrew block and somewhere in the Arabic block---they are signs for chanting liturgically. These symbols are at least 1100 years old.
"Erik Garrés" wrote:
> I would like to know, why the symbols used for music are not listed on
> UNICODE ?
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