WINSCORE (Score 5)

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Observations by Stephen Gibson
New Notations London

New Features (when compared to Score 4)

(WINSCORE), The long-awaited Windows™ upgrade to SCORE is shortly to be released. After almost twenty years running on the DOS platform this new version is designed to maintain all the features and functionality that have made it the notation program of choice for music engravers and copyists throughout the world, and also to secure its future by running in the Windows™ environment. It also fulfils many of the requests made by users over the years for improvements and new features.
Here is a list of some of the most important WINSCORE features:

Stephen Gibson
New Notations London
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Score is the creation of Leland Smith, lifetime professional musician and Professor Emeritus of Music at Stanford University.
It is the original fully computerized music printing system. The first printings from Score appeared in 1971. The program has been running on the PC platforms since 1986. Score is now being used by most of the world's leading music publishers.

Score is a registered trademark of the
San Andreas Press, a California corporation.

Copyright 1995-2009 by
San Andreas Press
P.O. Box 60247
Palo Alto, CA 94306

Last updated: 18 February 2009.
Copyright © 2009 by Gordon J. Callon. All rights reserved. e-mail: gordon.callon @
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