I run Fronimo and Django on a Mac using VMware Fusion and it also is a good
> On Jul 20, 2017, at 7:21 PM, Nelson, Jocelyn <nels...@ecu.edu> wrote:
> Thanks; I also see that the Fuenllana solos are there, which is great,
> but not the songs.
> Again, this is another designed for PC or Windows. Does anyone find
> success using it with supported systems as they show on the Fandango
> site? http://fandango.musickshandmade.com/pages/fandango
> Since I'm using my university's computer (and my dept will pay for it),
> I'm checking in with my IT folks about Parallels, which Rob
> suggested, to make sure it's approved.
> I really appreciate all this quick help, thanks!
> From: Azalais <azal...@gmail.com>
> Sent: Thursday, July 20, 2017 1:09 PM
> To: Nelson, Jocelyn
> Subject: Re: [VIHUELA] Re: Notation software recommendations?
> ps. I just checked the Fandango library and the Fuenllana pieces are
> not there... yet. sorry.
> On Thu, Jul 20, 2017 at 1:02 PM, Azalais <azal...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Fandango (Formerly known as Django) Is excellent and also gives you
> access to an extensive library of pieces.
> It also allows you to import midi files, and allows for tweaking the
> string tuning, staves, and instrument configuration to suit your
> tablature preferences. (There are also interesting fonts and glyphs for
> making the sheets look very much like the original facsimiles, or
> standard notation (or both). The author and many members of this group
> use it, so help is always available too. [In fact, I would guess that
> the Fuenllana pieces are already in the library for immediate download!
> On Thu, Jul 20, 2017 at 12:51 PM, Nelson, Jocelyn <nels...@ecu.edu>
> Does Fronimo work on mac? I used it some years ago on a PC, but I'm
> using a mac now.
> From: Rob MacKillop <robmackil...@gmail.com>
> Sent: Thursday, July 20, 2017 12:47 PM
> To: Nelson, Jocelyn
> Cc: Vihuelalist
> Subject: Re: [VIHUELA] Notation software recommendations?
> Hi Jocelyn,
> Sibelius can't automatically show minims (half notes) or longer. To
> do so requires a lot of palaver, and even then never looks good. In
> short, it's a pain.
> Why not try Fronimo? It's cheapish, has a support forum populated by
> lute and baroque guitar players, and does automatic conversion to
> standard notation. Lots of nice fonts too, and has
> four-five-six-course tab staves to choose from.
> Rob MacKillop
>> On 20 Jul 2017, at 17:27, Nelson, Jocelyn <nels...@ecu.edu>
>> Hi Everyone,
>> Does anyone on the list recommend any particular brand of
>> software for our early guitar purposes? I'm transcribing the
>> guitar songs for myself (on 4-course) and a singer to perform in
>> September. So far I'm looking at Guitar
>> Pro: https://www.guitar-pro.com/en/index.php?pg=home
> because it
>> converts tab into standard notation and I'm not sure whether
>> does that. I'd like my score to have both tablature and standard
>> What notation software brands have worked best for you?
>> Many thanks and happy summer,
>> Jocelyn Nelson, DMA
>> Teaching Assistant Professor
>> Early Guitar, Music History
>> Lute Society of America Board Member
>> 506 School of Music
>> East Carolina University
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>> 252-328-6258 Fax
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