// This is a Mup input file template.
// Lines starting with // are "comments" that are here for your benefit.
// You can remove them without affecting the output.

//		things to go on the top of the first page

	//		 centered title.
	// The number in parentheses is the text point size.
	// Make it bigger if you want a bigger title or smaller if you
	// want a smaller title
	title (18) "Replace this with the title of your song"

	//		subtitle
	// If you want a subtitle, remove the // from the beginning
	// of the next line and fill in the appropriate subtitle text
	// title (14) "Replace this with the subtitle"

	//		composer info
	// The first pair of double quotes enclose what to left justify,
	// the second encloses what to right justify.
	// If you want more than one line, add similar lines of input
	title   ""   "Replace this with composer info"

//		things to go on the bottom on the first page
	// If you want a copyright notice, remove the //
	// from the next line and edit in the appropriate information
	// title "\(copyright) Copyright  Replace this with year and name"

//		things to go on the top of pages other than the first
	// This example will give a centered page number between dashes.
	// You can customize as you wish.
	title "- \% -"

//		things to go at the bottom of pages other than the first
	// if you want things printed at the bottom of pages of than
	// the first page, place them here

//		score-wide parameters
// You may or may not need to change some items in this section
// The values given as examples are the default values that Mup uses
// if you don't specify anything for them
	//	time signature. Can be cut, com,
	//	or two numbers with a /	between them
	time = 4/4

	//	key signature. Value is a number from 0 to 7
	//	followed by # or & for number of sharps or flats.
	key = 0#

	//	how many staffs. Can be a number from 1 to 40
	staffs = 1

	//	clef. Can be treble, treble8, 8treble, frenchviolin,
	//	soprano, mezzosoprano, alto, tenor, baritone, or bass
	clef = treble

	// Note: there are many more parameters that can be set,
	// but they are not included in this simple template.
	// There are parameters to set margins, control how things
	// are laid out on the page, transpositions value, font and size
	// for text and lyrics, etc

//	You can set some parameters for specific staffs,
//	to override the score-wide parameters. For example,
//	if you specify staffs = 2 in the score-wide parameters above,
//	and want to use bass clef on staff 2, even though the score-wide
//	clef parameter is set to treble, you can do
//		staff 2
//			clef = bass

//		music input starts here

// For each measure, you enter one line of input for each staff,
// then indicate what kind of barline to print.
// The following specifies that staff 1 contains a measure of rest
// and that an ordinary bar line is to be used at the end of the measure.

1: mr;

// Usually, a measure of input for one staff consists of one or more chords
// Each chord is specified by
//	time_value notes ;
// where time_value is something like
//	4	for a quarter note
//	8	for an eighth note
//	4.	for a dotted-quarter note
// etc and notes is a list of one or more notes, specified as a pitch from
// a to g, optionally followed by an accidental (#, &, x, &&, or n for sharp,
// flat, double sharp, double flat, or natural respectively).
// Examples:
//	4c;
//	2. ceg;
//	16 f#;
//	1 d b&;
// (Spaces are optional, you can put them in if you want, but don't have to)
// So a complete measure might look something like:
//	1: 4e; 4d; 2c;
//	bar
// If you want a note in a different octave than the default octave
// (the octave from middle-C up for treble clef,
// or the octave below middle-C for bass clef),
// you can add a + for each octave to go up or - for each octave to go down.
// For example:
//	1: c+; gc+e+; a&-; f#---;
// There are many other things you can specify, such as ties, slurs, grace
// notes, etc, and there are also many shortcuts you can use to save typing.
// Consult the Mup documentation for more details.

// Other bar types you may want to use are
//	repeatstart
//	repeatend
//	repeatboth
//	dblbar
//	endbar
//	invisbar