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#1653370 - 04/02/11 10:24 PM Is it all right to write small notes on the music scores?  
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Is it all right to write small notes on the music scores especially when you can't remember something such as small notations saying blah blah softer not to... blah blah or This note = A# etc.. Will it bring any bad unwanted side effects such as worsening your sight reading, etc.?

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#1653378 - 04/02/11 10:41 PM Re: Is it all right to write small notes on the music scores? [Re: Gould]  
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Every pages of my music has been written "tempo" "steady" "do not accel." "cresc not accel." or "whole page piano" "not too loud". So it is perfectly alright (I suppose)


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#1653379 - 04/02/11 10:42 PM Re: Is it all right to write small notes on the music scores? [Re: Gould]  
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No, I think making notes can be very helpful! I do it all the time, sometimes as reminders and sometimes for me to interact with both the musical and technical aspects of a score.


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#1653380 - 04/02/11 10:43 PM Re: Is it all right to write small notes on the music scores? [Re: Gould]  
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I will often write in translations of new musical terms, phrasing, fingering, and harmonic analysis, but only because I am trying to learn these things, not because I can't remember them.

I have never written in a note name.


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#1653383 - 04/02/11 10:48 PM Re: Is it all right to write small notes on the music scores? [Re: Gould]  
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I photo copy things I'm learning specifically so I can write all over them. Dates certain parts were memorized, reminders of which patterns repeat and even note names when I feel the need. I have no shame when it comes to scribbling!


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#1653402 - 04/02/11 11:35 PM Re: Is it all right to write small notes on the music scores? [Re: Gould]  
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You should see my scores. Maybe I'll take a picture of one and post it... Sometimes it's hard to even see the actual printed notes anymore.



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#1653417 - 04/03/11 12:03 AM Re: Is it all right to write small notes on the music scores? [Re: Gould]  
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Sure, writing in key points definitely can help you with the learning process, especially if you notice you repeatedly make certain mistakes, whether they have to do with a particular note or fingerings or things that others have already mentioned here. I think you will know when you are crossing the line between helping yourself and making yourself lazy (for instance, writing in the names of every single note).


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#1653424 - 04/03/11 12:29 AM Re: Is it all right to write small notes on the music scores? [Re: Gould]  
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I think writing is great, but I would counsel you to always use pencil. I had a teacher once who wrote in pen, and now, 35 years later, it's stuff I would rather not have on my music but there it is, forever. I suppose I could use white-out, but the paper is cream colored. Oh well. Also, if you're playing in a band or orchestra or anywhere else you're using music that's not your own you should ALWAYS use pencil. I've been in groups where some chowderhead who had the music prior to me wrote in stuff in pen that I considered absolutley unnecessary and really in the way.

I mostly write in fingerings.


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#1653439 - 04/03/11 01:05 AM Re: Is it all right to write small notes on the music scores? [Re: Gould]  
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Some of us rarely write anything in our scores. But, it's your score, do with it what you want.

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#1653454 - 04/03/11 01:34 AM Re: Is it all right to write small notes on the music scores? [Re: leemax]  
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Originally Posted by leemax
Also, if you're playing in a band or orchestra or anywhere else you're using music that's not your own you should ALWAYS use pencil. I've been in groups where some chowderhead who had the music prior to me wrote in stuff in pen that I considered absolutley unnecessary and really in the way.
I'd recommend you always use pencil, even with your own score. Some little annotation you find necessary now might be really annoying in three years' time. And the fingering you think you will be using forever might not turn out to be so.


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#1653472 - 04/03/11 02:12 AM Re: Is it all right to write small notes on the music scores? [Re: Gould]  
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I also recommend using a pencil.

The other thing is that, perhaps, by writing the notes you are putting less effort in:
a. Understanding the notes quickly.
b. Remember the notes.
c. Learn the piece by memory.

The idea is that you are providing notes to yourself, when you already have the instructions in front.

I don't write much on my scores, or the scores of my students, just some specific instructions in very specific places for aid.

#1653479 - 04/03/11 02:27 AM Re: Is it all right to write small notes on the music scores? [Re: Gould]  
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I have written some notes from Bailie's book in my Chopin music. All in pencil of course.



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#1653496 - 04/03/11 03:10 AM Re: Is it all right to write small notes on the music scores? [Re: Gould]  
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I write fingerings pretty frequently, because I'm liable to accidentally change them if I don't set them in stone.

#1653518 - 04/03/11 04:45 AM Re: Is it all right to write small notes on the music scores? [Re: Gould]  
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It's perfectly fine to write small notes on scores though in my experience really big notes get your attention more.

I have a personal pet peeve though when borrowing music from the library and some idiot has written in the library's copy.




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#1653568 - 04/03/11 08:06 AM Re: Is it all right to write small notes on the music scores? [Re: Dave Horne]  
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Originally Posted by Dave Horne

I have a personal pet peeve though when borrowing music from the library and some idiot has written in the library's copy.


I find that annoying as well. (I know, conservatives aren't supposed to use the library) I notice that some of the scans on IMSLP have "edit" marks in them as well.

Personally, I don't mark in mine to much anymore but I used to write in fingerings and use brackets to redistribute notes. These days I might write in a translation or two....maybe.

#1653571 - 04/03/11 08:13 AM Re: Is it all right to write small notes on the music scores? [Re: Gould]  
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Of course, it's ok. It's your score isn't it? I mean you can do whatever you like with it. Some of my scores are loaded with more pencil than printing press ink (or whatever they're using these days). For me, though, it's more fingerings than anything else and some works have every note fingered.



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#1653586 - 04/03/11 08:48 AM Re: Is it all right to write small notes on the music scores? [Re: Gould]  
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I find that annoying as well. (I know, conservatives aren't supposed to use the library) I notice that some of the scans on IMSLP have "edit" marks in them as well.

You mean since taxes are collected (in the form of real estate tax\home owner's tax\whatever) and distributed for the general good of your community whether you use their services or not - socialism at its finest. smile

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#1653623 - 04/03/11 10:10 AM Re: Is it all right to write small notes on the music scores? [Re: Gould]  
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I write all over mine. As someone else posted above, in many cases you can hardly see the original notes. I write fingerings, sometimes every note. I often duplicate accidentals when they appear at the beginning of a long bar. I even -- shock horror -- write in note names when they're two inches above the stave.

I don't aspire to memorise music at my age, and sometimes I have to be able to play stuff tolerably well at short notice. So I need all the help I can get.

I'd guess that people who complain about writing on scores are assuming that you're aiming for a note-perfect performance from memory. In that case, such writing might be counterproductive. Not that I'd know, of course -- I've never been note perfect on anything smile

#1653625 - 04/03/11 10:14 AM Re: Is it all right to write small notes on the music scores? [Re: Gould]  
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I copy my music.

Then I cover it in lead (can I call this 'shooting my music'? It may make it seem less like work!).

Write as much as you need to on your music, but don't write on your music just because you think you should (or vice versa, and not write on it because you think you shouldn't).

But really, with all the silly questions, it's a wonder.


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#1653639 - 04/03/11 10:31 AM Re: Is it all right to write small notes on the music scores? [Re: Gould]  
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Long ago, I was auditioning to join a new teacher's studio. I was appalled when she wrote on my score with red pencil. She wanted me as a student. I didn't want her because I thought she was inconsiderate and presumptuous. I still can't completely erase that big red pencil mark.

I write all over my scores with pencil, which I sometimes erase. I prefer it if my teachers refrain from writing on my scores and leave it up to me to make the notations. All the teachers I have held in high esteem either refrained from writing on my scores, or asked my permission first.

I've mentioned this elsewhere but I find it helpful to use those removable sticky arrows to put temporary marks on those places that need work. They come in colors so I've designated yellow as "slow down", red as "work here", purple means "teacher says to work here", etc.

Edit: the Henle scores have nice thick paper which is stands up well to making changes and repeated erasing.

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I learned from playing in a big band to make your marks on the music big, really big. I learned that from the lead trumpet player. Make sure you can see your marks in bad lighting.




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#1653675 - 04/03/11 11:48 AM Re: Is it all right to write small notes on the music scores? [Re: Gould]  
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I've written on my scores as well,and so have my teachers. My teachers, except for my earliest, have always asked if it was okay to do so before they took out the pencil. Their notations are always useful, and rarely criptic. I find that when I look back at my teacher's writings, I remember the lesson pretty clearly.

I always write in pencil, and as noted above, fingerings and thoughts change as we work through a piece of music, and sometimes years later at that. Recently I was reading through Bach's Italian Concerto. I had changed the fingerings over a good part of the score. Some of my fingerings worked, but many now seem awkward, so I've erased them and have gone back to what the editor had placed there in the first place.

I do sometimes write in a note name here and there. These are usually found when I have to figure out a note on a stack of ledger lines. They are also found with a circle around the printed note and a note name above. This is a reminder for not hitting the wrong note in that place. It's a doh! Hello Mcfry this IS an F-sharp, for example. I usually remember that spot and play the correct note all the time!

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I always write things in my scores. Note names (though really only for out-of-this-world ledger lines and things like that), fingering, rhythms, dynamics, articulation, phrasing, tempo changes, analysis, etc. I think of the score as my musical workbook, so why not write in it? It is also a really great idea for when one goes back to re-learn a piece later one; one does not have to remember every single thing about the piece, especially tricky fingerings or articulation.


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I've not rolling in money but, all things considered, scores are cheap. If it helps me play better, or learn quicker, I don't care if people write on my scores with red pen. Or burn marks with cigarette butts. I have a couple of scores that would be hard to replace, so I write all over photocopies instead.

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I make photocopies of my(own) music, too. Then let the scribbling begin!

I have even been known to take _colored highlighters_ to the dynamics markings. I have been know to have difficulty with dynamics! wink


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On one measure I circled a low E, because I kept playing a G there. Now I see the encircled note, and it makes me think, "That circle is a reminder to resist your tendency to play E, because it's really a G." So I dutifully play a G, then think-- !!??&& Just don't want to give in and pencil in "E." I hate it when mistakes get engrained because of incompetent "Early mistaken tendencies management"!

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Originally Posted by gooddog
Long ago, I was auditioning to join a new teacher's studio. I was appalled when she wrote on my score with red pencil. She wanted me as a student. I didn't want her because I thought she was inconsiderate and presumptuous. I still can't completely erase that big red pencil mark.



Red pencil does not erase well--I always regret having gone through a red pencil phase some years ago!

I did a piano competition once where the judge did not write comment sheets, but circled (without asking) wrong notes in everybody's scores using what I believe to have been a softer pencil than a no. 2. He was also a college theory teacher, and probably used the softer pencil for easily making big, black noteheads. His circles would not erase (not that I made THAT many mistakes, of course). smile


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#1653848 - 04/03/11 04:59 PM Re: Is it all right to write small notes on the music scores? [Re: Gould]  
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One of my teachers liked to say, "Don't be proud. Write it in," regarding things that one might easily have to stop and think about, like the names of notes with a bajillion ledger lines. It doesn't slow down your reading-- it speeds your reading up because you don't have to take that extra time to think about what you're seeing.

I photocopy a lot of my music, too, so that I can write whatever on it and make multiple changes without messing up the original.

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One of my teachers liked to say, "Don't be proud. Write it in,"


Love it!

I find myself telling my students (and myself) something similar: "Stop trying to be a hero. You can't play it that fast yet. Slow Down."


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Originally Posted by survivordan
I always write things in my scores. Note names (though really only for out-of-this-world ledger lines and things like that), fingering, rhythms, dynamics, articulation, phrasing, tempo changes, analysis, etc. I think of the score as my musical workbook, so why not write in it? It is also a really great idea for when one goes back to re-learn a piece later one; one does not have to remember every single thing about the piece, especially tricky fingerings or articulation.


I forgot to mention that I make photocopies of all of my music, too. I try not to write in the original scores.


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