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Choral arranging and music engraving
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Jan 31, 2009, 3:28 AM

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I’m a professional musician and music teacher (choir mentor/music director) with excellent computer skills with a ten-year experience in the field of choral arranging, music engraving - typesetting, editing and score preparation. I use the most current stable version of Finale®, the industry standard for engraving. I specialize in transforming handwritten manuscripts into a computer typeset, electronic engraving, for your successful professional presentation or publication.

I setup performance scores and parts for concert performing or recording of new compositions. My services include typeset music of all styles and instrumentation - from solo instrumental music to group ensemble, from solo vocal songs to choral parts.

I work according to current publishing standards, or with custom styles set by the publisher, composers, arrangers or song writers. My experience helps me in making things the way musicians expect to see them on their stand. And of-course… all this at the most affordable prices.

Services Offered
• Quality music typesetting from manuscripts, scores and midi files
• Engraving of scores for publishing and performance
• Parts extraction
• Transposition to a desired key.
• Arranging for choir
• Other services:
o Transformation of computer notated music to midi or audio (WAV,MP3...) for the presentation of compositions

Price Rates
The price rates are estimated per page. They are determined by a number of factors, such as:
• the density of notation
• the complexity of the score
• the amount of articulations and special symbols
• lyrics
• readability (hand written score)
• graphics
• page format, staves per page, etc...

Feel free to contact me for more information.


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