The Fascinating Life of a Music Copyist

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In February 2008, while eagerly anticipating the première of my Concerto for Theremin and Chamber Orchestra by Scott Paulson and the San Diego Chamber Orchestra, I wrote a series of posts about the process of getting the score and parts ready to submit to the performers. A reader requested that I make them easily accessible from a single page, so here are links to each installment, with back story, explanations and/or witty commentary!

Note: Music copying is one of the things I do for a living. If you need a music copyist, or you know someone who does, contact me! I do arranging, transcribing, proofreading editing… anything that involves putting notes on paper a computer screen. 🙂

The Fascinating Life of a Music Copyist, Part 1

The Fascinating Life of a Music Copyist, Part 2

Special Bonus Post! Clefs of Speed

The Fascinating Life of a Music Copyist, Part 3

The Fascinating Life of a Music Copyist, Part 4

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