Musical Symbols (1D100–1D1FF)

Originally published on June 3, 2016.
Last updated on June 5, 2016.

Condensed Character Code Chart

𝄀
1D100
𝄁
1D101
𝄂
1D102
𝄃
1D103
𝄄
1D104
𝄅
1D105
𝄆
1D106
𝄇
1D107
𝄈
1D108
𝄉
1D109
𝄊
1D10A
𝄋
1D10B
𝄌
1D10C
𝄍
1D10D
𝄎
1D10E
𝄏
1D10F
𝄐
1D110
𝄑
1D111
𝄒
1D112
𝄓
1D113
𝄔
1D114
𝄕
1D115
𝄖
1D116
𝄗
1D117
𝄘
1D118
𝄙
1D119
𝄚
1D11A
𝄛
1D11B
𝄜
1D11C
𝄝
1D11D
𝄞
1D11E
𝄟
1D11F
𝄠
1D120
𝄡
1D121
𝄢
1D122
𝄣
1D123
𝄤
1D124
𝄥
1D125
𝄦
1D126
𝄧
1D127
𝄨
1D128
𝄩
1D129
𝄪
1D12A
𝄫
1D12B
𝄬
1D12C
𝄭
1D12D
𝄮
1D12E
𝄯
1D12F
𝄰
1D130
𝄱
1D131
𝄲
1D132
𝄳
1D133
𝄴
1D134
𝄵
1D135
𝄶
1D136
𝄷
1D137
𝄸
1D138
𝄹
1D139
𝄺
1D13A
𝄻
1D13B
𝄼
1D13C
𝄽
1D13D
𝄾
1D13E
𝄿
1D13F
𝅀
1D140
𝅁
1D141
𝅂
1D142
𝅃
1D143
𝅄
1D144
𝅅
1D145
𝅆
1D146
𝅇
1D147
𝅈
1D148
𝅉
1D149
𝅊
1D14A
𝅋
1D14B
𝅌
1D14C
𝅍
1D14D
𝅎
1D14E
𝅏
1D14F
𝅐
1D150
𝅑
1D151
𝅒
1D152
𝅓
1D153
𝅔
1D154
𝅕
1D155
𝅖
1D156
𝅗
1D157
𝅘
1D158
𝅙
1D159
𝅚
1D15A
𝅛
1D15B
𝅜
1D15C
𝅝
1D15D
𝅗𝅥
1D15E
𝅘𝅥
1D15F
𝅘𝅥𝅮
1D160
𝅘𝅥𝅯
1D161
𝅘𝅥𝅰
1D162
𝅘𝅥𝅱
1D163
𝅘𝅥𝅲
1D164
𝅥
1D165
𝅦
1D166
𝅧
1D167
𝅨
1D168
𝅩
1D169
𝅪
1D16A
𝅫
1D16B
𝅬
1D16C
𝅭
1D16D
𝅮
1D16E
𝅯
1D16F
𝅰
1D170
𝅱
1D171
𝅲
1D172
𝅳
1D173
𝅴
1D174
𝅵
1D175
𝅶
1D176
𝅷
1D177
𝅸
1D178
𝅹
1D179
𝅺
1D17A
𝅻
1D17B
𝅼
1D17C
𝅽
1D17D
𝅾
1D17E
𝅿
1D17F
𝆀
1D180
𝆁
1D181
𝆂
1D182
𝆃
1D183
𝆄
1D184
𝆅
1D185
𝆆
1D186
𝆇
1D187
𝆈
1D188
𝆉
1D189
𝆊
1D18A
𝆋
1D18B
𝆌
1D18C
𝆍
1D18D
𝆎
1D18E
𝆏
1D18F
𝆐
1D190
𝆑
1D191
𝆒
1D192
𝆓
1D193
𝆔
1D194
𝆕
1D195
𝆖
1D196
𝆗
1D197
𝆘
1D198
𝆙
1D199
𝆚
1D19A
𝆛
1D19B
𝆜
1D19C
𝆝
1D19D
𝆞
1D19E
𝆟
1D19F
𝆠
1D1A0
𝆡
1D1A1
𝆢
1D1A2
𝆣
1D1A3
𝆤
1D1A4
𝆥
1D1A5
𝆦
1D1A6
𝆧
1D1A7
𝆨
1D1A8
𝆩
1D1A9
𝆪
1D1AA
𝆫
1D1AB
𝆬
1D1AC
𝆭
1D1AD
𝆮
1D1AE
𝆯
1D1AF
𝆰
1D1B0
𝆱
1D1B1
𝆲
1D1B2
𝆳
1D1B3
𝆴
1D1B4
𝆵
1D1B5
𝆶
1D1B6
𝆷
1D1B7
𝆸
1D1B8
𝆹
1D1B9
𝆺
1D1BA
𝆹𝅥
1D1BB
𝆺𝅥
1D1BC
𝆹𝅥𝅮
1D1BD
𝆺𝅥𝅮
1D1BE
𝆹𝅥𝅯
1D1BF
𝆺𝅥𝅯
1D1C0
𝇁
1D1C1
𝇂
1D1C2
𝇃
1D1C3
𝇄
1D1C4
𝇅
1D1C5
𝇆
1D1C6
𝇇
1D1C7
𝇈
1D1C8
𝇉
1D1C9
𝇊
1D1CA
𝇋
1D1CB
𝇌
1D1CC
𝇍
1D1CD
𝇎
1D1CE
𝇏
1D1CF
𝇐
1D1D0
𝇑
1D1D1
𝇒
1D1D2
𝇓
1D1D3
𝇔
1D1D4
𝇕
1D1D5
𝇖
1D1D6
𝇗
1D1D7
𝇘
1D1D8
𝇙
1D1D9
𝇚
1D1DA
𝇛
1D1DB
𝇜
1D1DC
𝇝
1D1DD
𝇞
1D1DE
𝇟
1D1DF
𝇠
1D1E0
𝇡
1D1E1
𝇢
1D1E2
𝇣
1D1E3
𝇤
1D1E4
𝇥
1D1E5
𝇦
1D1E6
𝇧
1D1E7
𝇨
1D1E8
𝇩
1D1E9
𝇪
1D1EA
𝇫
1D1EB
𝇬
1D1EC
𝇭
1D1ED
𝇮
1D1EE
𝇯
1D1EF
𝇰
1D1F0
𝇱
1D1F1
𝇲
1D1F2
𝇳
1D1F3
𝇴
1D1F4
𝇵
1D1F5
𝇶
1D1F6
𝇷
1D1F7
𝇸
1D1F8
𝇹
1D1F9
𝇺
1D1FA
𝇻
1D1FB
𝇼
1D1FC
𝇽
1D1FD
𝇾
1D1FE
𝇿
1D1FF

Unicode Character Code Chart

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Key to the Unicode Character Code Charts

Symbol Meaning
Character name alias.

For example, using 2118 ℘:
SCRIPT CAPITAL P
Ⓐ WEIERSTRASS ELLIPTIC FUNCTION
means that in addition to the character name, SCRIPT CAPITAL P, WEIERSTRASS ELLIPTIC FUNCTION is an additional unique name associated with the character.
Compatibility decomposition mapping.

For example, using 0133 ij:
LATIN SMALL LIGATURE IJ
Ⓒ 0069 i 006A j
means that character 0133 ij can be decomposed into characters 0069 i and 006A j for compatibility purposes.
Canonical decomposition mapping.

For example, using 00E4 ä:
LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH DIAERESIS
Ⓓ 0061 a 0308  ̈ 
means that character 00E4 ä can be decomposed into characters 0061 a and 0308  ̈ .
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Informative alias(es).

For example, using 0023 #:
NUMBER SIGN
Ⓘ pound sign, hash, crosshatch, octothorpe
means that character 0023 # is also known as pound sign, hash, crosshatch, and octothorpe.
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Informative note.

For example, using 0024 $:
DOLLAR SIGN
Ⓝ used for many peso currencies in Latin America and elsewhere
Ⓝ glyph may have one or two vertical bars
provides additional information about the character, such as, in this example, where it is used and variations in the glyph.
Type. Unicode general category.
Standardized variation sequence.

For example, using 00A9 ©:
COPYRIGHT SIGN
Ⓥ 00A9 FE0E text style Ⓥ 00A9 FE0F emoji style
See the Unicode FAQ: Variation Sequences for more detail about standardized variation sequences.
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Cross-reference.

For example, using 002D -:
HYPHEN-MINUS
Ⓧ 2010 ‐ hyphen
means that character 002D - is similar to 2010 .

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