Somerville, MA – June 5, 2017 – Noteflight, the world’s first and best online music notation software, now includes over 1,000 digital musical scores in its educational offering, Noteflight Learn. Every teacher and student using Noteflight Learn receives hundreds of included scores, featuring: theory worksheets, scale exercises, sight-reading examples, chorales, and more. In addition, teachers can purchase digital content libraries of published musical scores for their band, choir, orchestra, piano, guitar, or pop ensembles.
View Noteflight Learn content libraries at: noteflight.com/libraries.
All content library scores are digital Noteflight notation files, and can be adapted, recorded, or used for assessments inside a Noteflight Learn site. This allows educators to teach music using the most popular musical content, and students can learn and interact with their music in a safe, online environment, using any web-enabled device.
“Combining the power of Noteflight’s software with Hal Leonard’s popular content is a win for both students and teachers,” said John Mlynczak, Vice President of Noteflight. “We are providing the ideal solution for learning to create and perform music in a world powered by the Internet.”
Noteflight will continue to add digital scores to Noteflight Learn, expanding the teaching and learning experience for both educators and students.
Founded in 2008 and headquartered in Somerville, MA, Noteflight, LLC is dedicated to reinventing the way people create, share and use written music. Noteflight allows users to edit, display, playback and share music notation in a web browser, on any device. Noteflight has an active online community of over 2,500,000 music enthusiasts. Its website hosts millions of user-created musical scores, both public and private. Noteflight addresses both individual music-makers and music educators at all levels with its family of products, available by online subscription. Noteflight also licenses its technology to industry leaders to manage scalable cloud-based repositories of sheet music that can be delivered to any device. For more information, visit www.noteflight.com.
About Hal Leonard Corporation
Founded in 1947, Hal Leonard Corporation is the world’s largest music print publisher and digital content provider, producing educational publications, songbooks, sheet music, reference books, DVDs, magazines, eBooks, digital sheet music, apps and more. The company is also a major distributor of music technology products, selling and marketing the most popular software, hard goods and accessories available today, to musicians and recording enthusiasts around the world. In its more than 200,000 available publications and products, Hal Leonard represents many of the world’s best-known and most-respected publishers, artists, songwriters, arrangers and manufacturers. The company is headquartered in Milwaukee, WI, and also has domestic offices in Winona, MN; New Jersey; and Boston, and offices abroad in Australia, Belgium, China, Germany, Holland, Italy, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit www.halleonard.com.