Here are some tips to help you get the most from our products:
1. Download and storage
Please store carefully any music you purchase from us. You may wish to keep a copy on your main computer, plus an extra copy on a portable device or USB pen-drive, so that the music is always handy.
Once you have decided which sheets you wish to print, you may make single or multiple copies. If you are printing a whole pack (e.g. 'Ten Times 5') you may wish to create A3 booklets of both solo parts and accompaniments by photocopying the single sheets. This may make the finished product easier to use.
3. Note to teachers and tutors
Once you have purchased an item, you are welcome to use it across your whole student cohort. Multiple copies may be made as required. Schools may produce class sets of instrumental parts, and replace them as required.
But remember: you are not permitted to make copies for use by a colleague or by a different school. That is an infringement of copyright, and constitutes a breach of our terms and conditions.
4. Note to conductors
Once you have purchased an item, you are welcome to make multiple copies of instrumental parts or choral items for a single band or choir, and replace them as required.
But remember: you are not permitted to make copies for use by another band or choir. That is an infringement of copyright, and constitutes a breach of our terms and conditions.
5. Grade levels
Grade levels are given to indicate the difficulty of the music. For solo music, these levels approximate to those used in the United Kingdom and beyond by The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music, Trinity College of Music and others.
For Concert Band music, the US Grading system is used. (This will be familiar to most practitioners in the Concert Band field.)
6. Keep in touch
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