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Section “Manuals” in General Information - LilyPond

Section “Manuals” in General Information - LilyPond

Introduction 22 ☛ If

Introduction 22 ☛ If you are aware of any other concerts or sheet music which could be listed here, please let us know by following the instructions on [Bug reports], page 97. ✡ Where now? Still not convinced? Read some of our users’ [Reviews], page 22. If you’ve already decided to try LilyPond, first read about our [Text input], page 25. Reviews Published articles • April 2011 Linux Magazine publishes an article titled Projects on the Move. It is an introductory article on MuseScore, LilyPond and Chordii. Author Carla Schroder states “LilyPond is driven from the command line, but don’t let the lack of a GUI scare you away; LilyPond is user-friendly and easy to learn”, and provides a hands-on example. • May 2010 Peter Kirn, on the Create Digital Music website, publishes a LilyPond review. He takes a balanced view on usage, praises LilyPond’s high-quality notation and suggests to try it out. • September 2009 The German LinuxUser magazine wrote an article about LilyPond. • August 2009 Ann Drinan, on the Polyphonic.org website, presents comments by two orchestra librarians who talk about using software to maintain their libraries. • June 2009 In an article published in the French National Conservatory Parent Association’s yearly magazine, French composer and LilyPond contributor Valentin Villenave explains how Free licenses, and specifically LilyPond-engraved scores, are instrumental in making written music accessible to all. • February 2008 In articles on his personal site, Andrew Hawryluk compares Finale and LilyPond in general terms, and evaluates engraving capabilities of both pieces of software in detail. The second article is an instructive analysis of engraving issues in Rachmaninoff’s Piano Prelude No. 6, including comparisons with a hand-engraved reference edition. • June 2006 DistroWatch awards LilyPond and writes “Ladies and Gentleman, we are pleased to announce that, based on readers’ requests, the DistroWatch May 2006 donation has been awarded to LilyPond (e190.00) and Lua (US$250.00).” • December 2005 Linux Journal publishes an article titled Make Stunning Schenker Graphs with GNU Lily- Pond. It is an in-depth but hands-on feature article with crisp LilyPond graphics. Author Kris Shaffer remarks “GNU LilyPond generates beautiful graphics that make commercial alternatives seem second-rate.” • August 20, 2005 The Belgian newspaper De Standaard investigates what drives Free Software authors in an article titled Delen van KENNIS zonder WINSTBEJAG (Non-profit sharing of knowlegde) in its ‘DS2 bijlage’. LilyPond is used as an example and the article is interspersed with quotes from an email interview with Jan Nieuwenhuizen. This marks LilyPond’s first appearance in mainstream printed press. ✟ ✠

Introduction 23 • June 2005 A French article on the LilyPond 2.6 release appeared on linuxfr.org. • October 2004 The editors of Computer!Totaal, a Dutch computer magazine, describe LilyPond in the October 2004 issue as: “Wonderful free (open source) software [..] The sheet music produced by LilyPond is exceptionally pretty [..] a very powerful system that can do almost anything.” • July, August 2004 Dave Phillips wrote an introductory article for Linux Journal: At the sounding edge: Lily- Pond, parts one and two. • March 2004 Chris Cannam interviewed Han-Wen Nienhuys and Jan Nieuwenhuizen on linuxmusician.com (original site defunct). This interview was also reviewed in a slashdot story. • February 2004 Jazz singer Gail Selkirk writes about Diving into LilyPond. “... you can make lead sheets or full orchestral parts, and the results can be stunning.” Computer Music Special, issue CMS06. User testimonials Carter Brey, Principal Cellist, New York Philharmonic “. . . I’ve written a couple of encore pieces for solo cello which I’ve printed with LilyPond and which I’m going to submit to Schirmer for publication. I’ll bet their engraved version wouldn’t look half as sharp as mine!” Orm Finnendahl, professor of Composition, Musikhochschule Freiburg “Although I don’t know [LilyPond] very well yet, I’m *very impressed. I used the program to input a motet of Josquin Desprez in mensural notation and there’s no doubt that lilypond outscores all other notation programs easily concerning speed, ease of use and look!”

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