Music notation software is a wonderful way to write out ideas, play them back, input your compositions, create exercises, arrange music, and much more. This workshop brought to you by Music Literacy Ireland in collaboration with Francis Long takes you through the fundamentals of MuseScore from setting up a score to creating a single line melody, through to writing SATB as open and closed scores. This workshop will allow you to navigate the primary functions of MuseScore with ease whether you are a novice or already have some basic knowledge of the software.
- Be introduced to MuseScore
- Taken through the software step by step
- Have an opportunity to practice learning points
- Have an opportunity to ask questions
- Groups will be capped at 16 people to accommodate learning
- A document with key steps for your reference to take home
Having had time to explore MuseScore after the session, there will be a follow-up session, free of charge, for attendees to check back with any questions they may have.
Suitable for anyone who:
- Prefers step-by-step guidance
- Would like to be able to share material with students online
- Would like to transfer exercises and compositions on to score
- Works with choirs
- Teaches music
- Would like to get used to MuseScore if using it for Music Technology in their Leaving Certificate
Date: Sunday, 16th January 2022
Time: 10:00–13:00 including breaks
Follow-up session, optional but free: Thursday, 20th January 2022, 20:00–21:00
Places: limited to 16 places to accommodate learning
|MuseScore Workshop €35|
|Special Offer: Buy Composition Workshop and MuseScore Workshop for €110|
You will be provided with instructions on downloading and installing MuseScore before course begins.
About Francis Long
Francis Long taught music technology for the Leaving Certificate Music Curriculum in Walton’s New School of Music from 2009–2017, where he also taught guitar, banjo and mandolin. As part of Walton’s in-school programme, Francis has taught in several primary schools around Dublin. He was awarded a performance diploma from The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music in classical guitar and a Licentiate diploma also in performance from Trinity College London. In 2017, Francis moved to Waterford where he continues to teach music. He is a versatile musician, previously playing rock, pop, and blues in various bands, while he started out his musical training in the Artane Boys Band, of which he was a member for 8 years, playing clarinet, oboe, and the bell lyre. In addition to having a broad knowledge of musical genres, he is a very experienced educator.