Zealous score writers
Do you know how to write a digital orchestral score with tools like Dorico, Finale, Sibelius, MuseScore, Notion, ...?
Then you are a valuable asset to the Community.
What we expect from you:
- You can demonstrate some relevant experience with the more serious orchestral work for classical music. For example, a composition for a dozen instruments, or more. Having written the score for a piano sonata or a choral work is really not enough, we're afraid.
- You can demonstrate this experience by sending us some conductor scores in PDF and XML format, or by providing a link where we can admire your work.
- We expect you to be particularly meticulous and to faithfully copy, in addition to the correct notes of course, all of the composer's original indications (musical arcs, forte/piano indications, tempo changes, performance techniques, etc.), excluding anything the composer has never have written.
- Therefore, we always start from an "Urtext" edition, if possible. We will help and advise you in choosing the best reference editions when you start working on a specific composition.