Digital sheet music retailer Great Scores now offers scores in Adobe Flash Player format
Great Scores announced today that alongside their existing repertoire of digital sheet music in Sibelius Scorch format, they are from now on also offering a selection of scores in Adobe Flash Player format.
By: Lincoln Jaeger
“Having scores also available in Adobe Flash Player Format alongside our traditional Sibelius Scorch offerings can only be an advantage to our users” says Grahame Davies, director at Great Scores. “New users who come to the site for the first time can now instantly see a piece of sheet music without having to first install a plug-in. This is a great bonus and fits in well alongside our sheet music repertoire in Scorch format”
Both the Scorch as well as the Flash based scores are continually increasing,
“Whether you are looking for up to date chart tunes, such as the latest Adele sheet music or prefer to play more classic hits, such as Beatles sheet music , there is now a wider choice for the customer with regards to the download format the sheet music comes in.”
About Great Scores:
UK based digital sheet music website Great Scores is the web’s most international digital sheet music website, with a particularly strong user base in western Europe. It is available in 10 languages and currently offers over 48,000 pieces of sheet music in Sibelius Scorch and Adobe Flash Player format. It caters for a large variety of instruments from accordions to xylophones and in a large variety of genres, from alternative to world music.
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We offer over 48,000 pieces of sheet music in all styles, from Pop/Rock, via Jazz to Classical and for all instruments, from pianos, string quartets, flutes, to singers, guitars, etc.