Arranging music into SCORE ORDER means sorting the various parts in
a traditional order. It begins with the Conductor Score on top and progresses
through the instruments that are used in the piece. These are arranged
from high to low instrument voices and end with the Percussion section
instruments. Occassionally the piece calls for additional or non-traditional
instruments. These are put at the end in the Miscellaneous section.
The SCORE ORDER sorting device:
to use (even for non-musicians). Even helpers who are not familiar with
the instruments are able to match the part with the corresponding section
in the sorter.
Sort music in
clearly labeled sections by instrument. Labels are printed directly
on to the device and will not peel off.
logical, neat. No more shuffling large stacks of music.
made of durable materials. Made of sturdy plastic riveted at the spine
and designed to take years of repeated use.
Order measures 3½" x 21''
identify missing parts. By using the
SUMMARY SHEET, a master included with each unit, the completeness
of the instrumentation is easily identified.
board, 20 pre-labeled section dividers. Dividers appear in standard
score order, either for BAND arrangements or SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA arrangements.
A "Miscellaneous" section is also included on each sorter
to enable sorting of additional or non-traditional instruments used
in the piece.
Includes an optional-use
*Record present and missing parts (for the next time the piece is performed)
*Record past performance information (dates, groups, comments)
*Record parts that need to be ordered (to replace damaged or missing
parts and where the music was ordered)
Comes in BAND,
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA and JAZZ BAND versions.