"MagicScore Online is a free software tool that allows anyone to embed music files created in Maestro Composer, MagicScore Maestro, Maestro Notation, MagicScore School or Maestro Notation for MS Word into any HTML document with a minimum of effort. Once the program is properly installed on the server visitors to your web site will be able to view Maestro notation files *.sfd, MusicXML, MIDI, and Karaoke files in their web browser. Visitors can also change that music to play in other keys or on different instruments, print the music to an attached printer, or play the scores back over their computer’s speakers."
"Create and share scores quickly with easy-to-use music notation software."
"More than 22 years experience in recognition technologies have enabled us to design and create the formidable OmniScore²™ dual-engine recognition system, incredibly making PhotoScore & NotateMe Ultimate over 99.5% accurate on most PDFs and originals!"
"Finale is the world-wide industry standard in music notation software. Anywhere music appears on the printed page, Finale likely created those pages. Finale helps the choir to sing, the band to march, the students to learn, and the orchestra to raise the excitement level in the latest blockbuster movie."
"The best prices are through Music Stores rather than directly from the companies. If you buy seat licenses or lab packs you can save more money. Upgrades are about one third of the original price. Finale and Sibelius are currently the dominant music notation programs."
"NoteWorthy Composer is our music notation software authoring tool for Windows. It allows you to create, record, edit, print and play back your own musical scores in pure music notation. You can use the built-in transpose feature to quickly adapt a part written for an instrument in a different key to the native key for your instrument. The print feature makes it possible to publish sheet music right from your desktop. You can also save your notation as a MIDI performance for use in other MIDI applications, including software karaoke players. If you have a computer and an interest in music, consider trying our evaluation edition. It is a free download from this site. The licensed version of the program is just USD $49 and is made available for immediate download from our site."
"The P22 Music Text Composition Generator allows any text to be converted into a musical composition. This composition is displayed in musical notation and simultaneously generated as a midi file."
"Create, play and print beautiful sheet music."
"Duke, Claude, 57388, Private (1894-1918). Claude Duke was born in September 1894 at White Edward, Ontario, son of D.M. and Margaret Fleming Duke. He enlisted in the 20th Battalion at Toronto, Ontario in September 1914 - although his attestation paper gives a date of 12 November 1914 - at which time he was a student. He listed his next-of-kin as D.M. Duke of 1042, 8th Street, East Calgary, Alberta. Private C. Duke died on 26 August 1918, according to the Battalion War Diary, of wounds received, and was buried at Achicourt Road Cemetery, Achicourt, Pas de Calais (Grave Ref. D.27). His parents were then listed as living at Field, British Columbia."
"SparkFun is an online retail store that sells the bits and pieces to make your electronics projects possible. Whether it's a robot that can cook your breakfast or a GPS cat tracking device, our products and resources are designed to make the world of electronics more accessible to the average person. In addition to products, SparkFun also offers classes and a number of online tutorials designed to help educate individuals in the wonderful world of embedded electronics."
"This is one-stop shopping for nearly anything you might want to know about electricity and magnetism. From André-Marie Ampère to Wilhelm Weber, from 600 BC to the 21st century, from one end of the World Wide Web to the other: All you need is a mouse and an inquiring mind. Here you'll find explanations and interactive graphics on the concepts, laws, tools and historical milestones associated with electricity and magnetism. Some of the tutorials are in Java, others in Flash (which looks and works better). We're updating all of our interactive graphics to Flash, so please check back again soon."