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This page contains several links to resources which will help you learn abc. If you are completely new to abc you may be better to start with the how to ... articles or the tutorials - if you are more familiar with abc then the standard will give you all the rules.
... versions of the abc standard, the (semi-formal) description of the rules of abc, can be found at ...
... a growing series of articles on using and understanding abc.
... a whole series of abc examples starting from notes, beams, etc right through to some fairly complex tunes.
... a very handy tri-fold chart of abc syntax from Steve Merrony.
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