Year One Update
It has already been a year since you helped us kickstart the sheet music revolution! A lot has happened in the world of digital sheet music; with a new app... Read more
Launch of the OpenScore Lieder Corpus
This week saw the release of the OpenScore Lieder Corpus, a collection of 19th Century lieder by French and German composers. The project was run in collaboration with Dr Mark... Read more
Making sheet music accessible
Check out the latest article on the OpenScore blog to find out how we are working with MuseScore, RNIB and others to make sheet music software accessible to everyone, including... Read more
OpenScore Edition of Debussy’s Deux Arabesques, with animation by Stephen Malinowski
It’s been a few months since the Kickstarter ended, and we’re finally ready to start sharing the first completed OpenScore Editions! We begin with Debussy’s Deux arabesques, which was... Read more
Preview editions ready for review
Many transcribers have been hard at work since the end of the Kickstarter, and we have the first previews of their work here for you to peruse at your leisure.... Read more
It’s still early days but the transcription requests have been coming in thick and fast. Here are some of the pieces transcribers are currently working on:
Johann Sebastian Bach
- 6... Read more
It’s been a few short weeks since the Kickstarter funder period ended and the next phase of the project is now fully underway! Surveys have been sent out to backers... Read more
We did it! What happens now?
Thanks to the generous support of 1237 backers, and numerous people who have signed up to transcribe, the sheet music revolution will happen! Most crowdsourcing project face an uphill battle... Read more
We made it!
A huge thank you to everybody who has backed us and made the sheet music revolution possible! OpenScore has been our dream for many years, and we know from your... Read more
Almost there! All about rewards
We started the week with the campaign 70% funded. Now, after an extraordinary couple of days, we are at the verge of success on 97%! Thank you to all our... Read more
Find out how the OpenScore covers are made!
One of the many benefits of having sheet music in a digital format is that it is possible to extract information about the score. This provides an important tool for... Read more
Für Elise now accessible to blind and partially sighted musicians!
Accessibility is one of the many reasons OpenScore is so important. OpenScore's digital sheet music editions are not only useful for sighted musicians—allowing them to listen to, edit and share... Read more
Thanks to your generous support, we’ve now raised more than half of the funding target!
We thought we would take this opportunity to share with you a conversation between Thomas... Read more
First OpenScore Editions available!
It’s been a week since we launched, and we have 284 backers and are 37% of the way towards reaching our goal. Thank you to everyone who has backed us... Read more
Thank you for a great start!
We launched the OpenScore Kickstarter only a couple of days ago, and we are very grateful to see that we already have 109 backers and more than 10% of the... Read more