Here is a Gaspar SANZ VILLANOS music sheet breakdown.
1.Time Signature: 4/4
3.Strokes: Not defined
5.Phrases: Not defined
7.Repeats: Yes,Measure 1 to 5,measure 6 to 20,measure 21 to 25,measure 26 to 30
8.Special effects: No.
9."#" symbol: Yes,C#,F#,G# It is a "A maj" Scale
12.Rest:Yes,half note,m1,3,6,10,12,17,28 (1/8 note m7),(Quarter note m26)
"A rapid alternation between the specified note and the next higher note (according to key signature) within its duration. Also called a "shake." When followed by a wavy horizontal line, this symbol indicates an extended, or running, trill. Trills can begin on either the specified root note or the upper auxiliary note, though the latter is more prevalent in modern performances. In percussion notation, a trill is sometimes used to indicate a tremolo (q.v.)."wiki
Vibrating (i.e. a more or less rapidly repeated slight variation in the pitch of a note, used as a means of expression). Often confused with tremolo, which refers either to a similar variation in the volume of a note, or to rapid repetition of a single note."wiki
"Mordent (inverted),Also called "mordent lower"
Rapidly play the principal note, the note below it, then return to the principal note for the remaining duration. In much music, the mordent begins on the auxiliary note, and the alternation between the two notes may be extended."wiki
How to create "A major Scale"?
Let's write down "A" and remaining letters after "A"
A to B = W
B to C#=W
C# to D=H
D to E=W
E to F#=W
F# to G#=W
G# to A=H
A major Scale is:A-B-C#-D-E-F#-G#, three sharps
I'm working to post three images shown in the music sheet.
For, Vibrato,this lesson is helpful.
For, Trill this long useful lesson worth watching.
For, mordent(Inverted),here is a symbol and its discussion on our Delcamp forum.viewtopic.php?t=83163
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