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Sibelius First Notation

Sibelius First Notation

Voicing/Format Software
Desc Notation Software
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 00631458
Permanently Out of Print

Unavailable for Digital Delivery
Sibelius First Notation For Software. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00631458, UPC: 884088267087)

It's time to share the song in your head with the rest of the world! Sibelius First unleashes the songwriter in you simply and easily. If you're more comfortable with a guitar or keyboard than the intricacies of musical notation, Sibelius First is for you. It's the easy way to create scores that you can print, share, post online, or even sell. Sibelius First features can't mess-up templates and plug-ins to help you create lead sheets, guitar tab and complete scores. Simply play your MIDI keyboard or MIDI guitar (or use your computer keyboard), and First turns your music into notes and chord symbols. Just add lyrics and your name. The world is waiting! For Macs and PCs.
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