Note: this page was created with music cataloging in mind.
|Capital letters||Lower case letters|
|= A||= N||= a||= n|
|= B||= O||= b||= o|
|= C||= P||= c||= p|
|= D||= Q||= d||= q|
|= E||= R||= e||= r|
|= F||= S||= f||= s = ss|
|= G||= T||= g||= t|
|= H||= U||= h||= u|
|= I||= V||= i||= v|
|= J||= W||= j||= w|
|= K||= X||= k||= x|
|= L||= Y||= l||= y|
|= M||= Z||= m||= z|
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|Fraktur letters that can be confused for each other|
|Source: What does this blasted thing say?|
appears only at the end of a word or syllable. See A Manual of European Languages for Librarians, c1975: p. 34.
is used only as lower case and substituted with Ss when it would be used in upper case.
This information is from Sven-Olof (carlsson.hh at arcor.de), Hamburg, Germany, received in an e-mail on July 21, 2005