Music is one of those peculiar things that exists outside of the reality of print. However, there has been long a need for transcribing the idea to the page. This font is a method for printing musical notation in a way similar to the method used for the printing of music by Pierre Attaignant, in 1528, till the time that bar lines came into common use some time in the late 17 century. This particular typeface is modeled after both the printings of Snodham from London, and Robletti from Rome; with additional glyphs added to complete the various sets of indicators. It will certainly assist those wishing to understand notation of that era.