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Challenge Time!

Whomever can create the full "Sintra" suite for jazz band, will receive my instant following. If you need an audio reference, look up the album "Sylva," by Snarky Puppy. If you can do it with all three songs, (Sintra, Flight, Atchafalaya,) you win. Share the score with me when you are completed. Good luck!

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Hi all,
I am currently practicing for a busking competition later on, and am working with a few friends to come up woth something. We have found a few pieces but just want one more, something to blow people's minds.
We are a trio, I am playing piano, a friend is singing and another playing guitar/ukulele. We dont want to do anything too hard because we need it perfect by the competition.
TIA

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-John

Resize Notes to fit to page iOS

[h]Resize Notes to fit to page iOS[/h]

3dog
• Feb 23, 2019 - 10:52
All files I download or create on my mac and view in my iOS device need to be resized to be useful. Is there a way to save the file so it displays like you resized it so you dont have to do it every time. I want to use this app in a Jam setting and I must be able to pull the tune up quickly and transpose it quickly. If I have to resize to see the part it just takes too long to hit the plus sign to get it readable.


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Jojo-Schmitz
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Feb 23, 2019 - 13:38
Using the MuseScore mobile app on iOS?
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3dog
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Feb 23, 2019 - 16:14
In reply to Using the MuseScore mobile…
by Jojo-Schmitz
yes
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Jojo-Schmitz
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Feb 23, 2019 - 16:18
In reply to yes
by 3dog
There the score 'reflows' to fit the size of the screen, doesn't it?
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3dog
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Feb 23, 2019 - 16:22
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In reply to There the score 'reflows' to…
by Jojo-Schmitz
not sure what you mean by reflow but everytime you close a file and reopen it it is very small and most of the time it is only a few staffs if it is a lead sheet
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