ingobert • Jan 6, 2019 When filtering for Instruments there should be "lead sheet", when you look just for melody & chords, in "real book" style. Comments [user=103667]beachtanned[/user] Good morning Ingobert...my comment would be that since the entire force of the musical listings is by us, the arrangers and composers, it would require that we would have to do these lead sheet entries. (I don't believe MS has a music notation team.) It sounds like a great idea on first thought, but personally, I do not wish to spend my time on creating lead sheets, a mechanical process. I would rather spend my time on writing songs, a creation process. [user=25854466]ingobert[/user] [user=beachtanned]beachtanned[/user] I don't want the arrangers or composers to produce lead sheets. I just want that existing lead sheets can be marked as such, so that you can search for it. Example: search for the title "All Of Me". On the 4th position you'll find this one here: https://musescore.com/user/1120621/scores/507306 . It's marked as "piano" but actually it's a lead sheet. [user=27077364]DmitriyPopov[/user] At this moment only automatic categorization is available on the website. It based on midi-instruments. But we can't recognize: is its score for the two instruments, or for one instrument with chords. At this moment I don't see an easy way to do it without help from the community. But we are going to make some changes in musescore.com categorization system and maybe it will be its part. [user=28939378]Pat Richman[/user] If you are talking about the drop-down filter in the search box, just to be clear, there are already filters that are not instruments (such as "Halloween")...I'm not clear based on DmitriyPopov's comment if these are auto-generated somehow, but I would think "lead sheet" would be at least as useful as the "Queen" filter. [user=25854466]ingobert[/user] I would find it most useful if lead sheet was an "instrument". (left side, "filter for instrument") [user=1831606]BSG[/user] How does one categorize one's score as "Halloween" or "Queen" anyway (I assume "God Save the Queen" and "Ave Regina Coelorum" don't count :)? That's surely more arbitrary than "Lead Sheet". Are these "keywords"? [user=27077364]DmitriyPopov[/user] [user=28939378]Pat Richman[/user] [user=1831606]BSG[/user] correct remark. It was an experiment, we made these collections manually and it's not an extensible solution. [user=27760]catch22[/user] Lead sheet was the first thing I wanted to look for when I joined this group. So a vote up from me for the original poster. Your comment Only members of a group can post to group discussions, so Join why is there no "lead sheet" category?