We’ve Listened to Your Feedback!

January 11, 2018 - By 

Many thanks to all of you who have contacted us with questions or comments about the site.

We’ve had an overwhelming proportion of positive comments which has been great to read, but also some really good feedback on areas which could be improved.

One of the most consistent messages has been focused around the availability of the music scores to preview the arrangements. We completely understand that as choir leaders, you need to be fully confident that the arrangement will suit the voices and style of your choir before you commit to purchasing and the small ‘representative’ image that we had put up there just wasn’t cutting it!

So we did some research and found a perfect bit of tech which we could integrate into the site relatively easily, while still retaining the necessary copy protection of the original document. We hope you will appreciate the results as every sheet music arrangement page now has a fully scrollable view of the score with controls to page up and down and zoom in and out to your heart’s content!

Try it out on Craig’s arrangement of ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water Here’

Hopefully you’ve noticed that all arrangements come in pairs too. At the bottom right of every product page is a button to toggle between the sheet music and learning tracks. On the latter you can listen to excerpts of each learning track and the top one is always the full arrangement with all voices together, so just clicking on the play button should give you a reasonable representation of how the piece will sound.

Finally, we have also had lots of questions about alternative arrangements being available, in particular SSA / SAA and SAT / SAB. I am very hopeful that as we grow, we will be able to add many of these voice arrangements to both existing titles and new ones and I will of course keep you up to date with any new arrangements that we add.

Please do continue to send us your comments, questions and ideas, either in the comments box below or using our contact form.

If there is a particular song which you’re dying to do, please let us know and if it’s got a good chance of being cleared by the rights owners we’ll certainly consider it for the future.

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