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What is ScorePlay and how to use it

What is ScorePlay?

ScorePlay allows you to listen and read through entire choral arrangements online. Due to the current climate, we’re unable to meet up with our local choirs – ScorePlay is the perfect way to sing along to your favourite choral arrangements and decide on repertoire for your next rehearsal!


Who is it for?

ScorePlay is perfect for anyone looking to ‘try before you buy’. Whether you are a choral director looking to build repertoire for your choir, a choir member or singer looking to sing along to your favourite choral songs at home, or simply want to spark composition creativeness from some of the most sought after choral arrangers, ScorePlay is the perfect online tool to help inspire and influence.


What choral arrangements feature on ScorePlay?

Nearly all Hal Leonard choral arrangements feature on ScorePlay. As well as Hal Leonard publications, you’ll find titles from Shawnee Press, G. Schirmer, Hinshaw Music and more. Some of the biggest choral composers and arrangers feature, (links to composer pages) including Grammy Award winners Eric Whitacre and Christopher Tin, popular choral arrangers Mac Huff, Roger Emerson, Mark Brymer, Audrey Snyder, Ed Lojeski and a huge range of sacred and secular composers.

Where can I find ScorePlay?

You can find ScorePlay videos on musicroom.com, as well as audio snippets inside the product description for the majority of the Hal Leonard Choral arrangements listed. Alternatively you can head over to Hal Leonard’s dedicated choral YouTube channel to hear the latest releases.*
*copyright restrictions may apply

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