NoteWorthy Composer Center Stage

The NoteWorthy Composer Center Stage highlights registered users of NoteWorthy Composer who have been a significant help to other NoteWorthy Composer users, participate in the NoteWorthy Composer Forum in a positive manner, and/or make great effort to distribute their compositions and arrangements in NoteWorthy Composer file format.

Robert A.

Robert has been using NoteWorthy Composer since 1999. He has been active in the Forum with over 100 posts. In addition to helping with the general use of NoteWorthy Composer, he is helpful in areas dealing with fonts and wmf. You will see this expertise in the fonts submitted to the Scriptorium's Helpful Files and his User Tips. You may also want to check out his notation of Hallelujah Chorus from Messiah 1741.

Robert sings in a choir. He says, "My voice is strong, but my music reading skills are weak." When asked how he uses NoteWorthy Composer, Robert responded, "I use NWC to arrange complicated hymns for my personal use, so that they are more readable. This involves strategies such as eliminating notation that does not pertain to my part, re-positioning verses so that I don't have to flip back 5 pages after the chorus, and so forth. I also create MIDI files for "sing-along" practice. Since I began using NWC for this purpose, my singing has improved remarkably. Our choir director is a composer (she creates modern SATB arrangements of well-known hymns) and I use NWC to compose and print some of her arrangements. I very strongly recommend NWC to music students and educators."

By way of occupation, Robert has taught college and worked in industry. Visit Robert's web site to learn about his other interests. Regarding the picture on his site, Robert comments, "My picture is from many years ago (on the Internet, there's no need to grow old), but I still play soccer.

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