In August 2011, ScoreVivo.com launched with 10 arrangements; all by Ann Cameron Pearce. Today, we are thrilled to announce that we have published our 100th arrangement (this total includes some original compositions). What started out as a simple mother/son operation to give Ann more ownership of her work and the publishing process, has grown to … Continue reading
We have a very nice development this week in that Jonathan Cohen, one of our well-known composers on ScoreVivo, has requested that all of his earnings through our website be donated to VH1SaveTheMusic.com. The VH1 Save The Music Foundation’s core mission is to restore instrumental music education programs, ensuring that every child has access to … Continue reading
ScoreVivo is pleased to welcome the works of flutist and composer Marc Adler. About Marc Adler Marc’s primary musical focus is in the area of jazz improvisation and composition. He has received Jazz Performance Fellowships from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts. He holds a Bachelors degree in … Continue reading
We are pleased to welcome our third composer and arranger to ScoreVivo, Trevor Wye. His arrangement “24 Little Melodious Studies” amongt the finest flute studies ever written for discovering the basics of musical phrasing and understanding.
We are pleased to welcome Al Hager as the second artist to join ScoreVivo. The two arrangements of his that we are featuring are “March – Seventeen Come Sunday” by composer Ralph Vaughan Williams and “Sonata Abella” by composer Johann Christoph Pezel. Both arrangements are for flute choirs. Al received degrees from Florida State University … Continue reading