From: Kenneth Whistler (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Aug 08 2003 - 20:35:21 EDT
> Just look at musical notations where a upper horizontal parenthesis
> is used to group some elements (sorry I don't know how you name
> it exactly in English or Italian), despite there's a measure break
> in the middle, which may span to the other musical line: you end
> up with two parts for the same diacritic broken across the lines.
They are called ties and slurs in English:
But they are *not* "diacritics". They are the representation of
phrasing elements in musical notation, and as Michael indicated,
their layout is outside the scope of the Unicode Standard,
in any case.
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