Creating Music on the Printed Page
Posted by on July 9, 2004
Creating Music on the Printed Page – A Workshop Using Music Notation Software
When creating music notation on a desktop computer system, users must choose from different programs, with Finale and Sibelius as the most common. While each program is very capable, users will gravitate towards the system suiting their style and expectations. In this two-day workshop each day is dedicated to a specific program (Day 1 Finale, Day 2 Sibelius) and creating printed music. You may take both days and learn both programs or attend a specific day to learn about one. Examples and exercises will include lead sheets, choral arrangements, band orchestrations, and rhythmic exercises. Lunch will be provided.
Wednesday & Thursday, July 21 & 22, 2004
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Steve Goodsell, Music Technology Instructor, The University of the Arts, Freelance Musician and Audio Engineer
The University of the Arts – Merriam Theater 707
12 Act 48 Hours
For more information please call 215-717-6596 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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