Library | General | Instruments | Score | Parts | How to
• Depending on the conductor, scores are either transposed or concert scores. Please check in with the library before arranging or even sending pdf’s!
• In the score, parts may be combined on one staff. However, in the end, each player needs an own part! (Also see guidelines for parts.)
• Always use the same repeating’s (“roadmap”) for score and parts (meaning: do not create D.S. or other repeats in parts that are not in the score).
The order of instruments
Keep the order of players of the saxophone section. For example, if tenor saxophone is supposed to play soprano saxophone, it should be kept in the place of the tenor (e.g. as instrument change).
full orchestra: 297 x 420 mm (=A3) portraitbig band: 257 x 364 mm (=B4 JIS) landscape
at least 4 mm
Paper margin left
Paper margin right
Paper margin top
Paper margin bottom
Bars per system
portrait 4-6;landscape: 6-8
centered in every bar;big font size
Position bar numbers
preferably somewhere halfway the page
big, bold and placed in a box
top or bottom corners of each page
big fonts on the first page;small fonts on the following pages (top centre of every page)
full names on first page;abbreviations on subsequent pages
vocal parts are always written including readable lyrics