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* more than one lyric per note processed now

* removed commment as was triggering a flake error

* tests executed and fixed problems

* added new line at the end of file

* added new line at the end of class

* unidiomatic error solved, using isinstance instead of type

* missing one line in last commit

* lyric parsing reviewed

* line too long problem solved

* new test for multipleLyricsInNote

* dir changed by xmldir

* restriction and TODO erased

* multiple lyric objects created after parsing the testing stream

* added unitTest

* two blank lines after class definition

* ussing assertTrue instead of assert

* sintax conventions

* solved unexpected spaces

* solved trailing whitespace

* removed unused import

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music21 -- A Toolkit for Computational Musicology

Copyright © 2006-2020, Michael Scott Cuthbert and cuthbertLab

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Music21 runs on Python 3.6+. Version 4 was the last version to support Python 2 or Py3.4; Version 5 was the last version to support Py3.5.

Released under the BSD (3-clause) license. Music21 may also be used under the LGPL license. See LICENSE. Externally provided software (including the MIT licensed Lilypond/MusicXML test Suite) and music encoding in the corpus may have different licenses. A no-corpus version of music21 is available also on GitHub

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