I know, the "percent" sign, to repeat the previous bar, is also called
due volte. See here:
taken from here.
However, I'm looking for the
(classical name of a) single slash, like here in the first line:
"Slash" I know from drum notation, where I feel it's a bit of a slang word.
Background: I'm using Latex'
MusiXTeX on occasion. It's fairly complete, but the slash repeat may either be missing OR be available under a peculiar name. E.g. the duevolte is both documented and in the Tex code, while "slash" isn't. Also section on
%% repeats wasn't revealing so far.
Hence: What is its name (and synonyms) in music theory, besides "slash"?
P.S.: According to the first two comments I'd like to add from Unicode (here wrt HTML), category "figure repetition":
See also in slash noteheads in SMuFL (Standard Music Font Library)
MUSICAL SYMBOL REPEATED FIGURE-1,
MUSICAL SYMBOL REPEATED FIGURE-2, and
MUSICAL SYMBOL REPEATED FIGURE-3.
//, meaning "repeat the previous two beats." Mozart used it in his variations on "Ah, vous dirai-je Maman": (at IMSLP) (direct link to manuscript download page)