All in one place

Notation Central is the only place where you’ll find all of these products under one roof, for multiple platforms you use, like Dorico, Sibelius, Finale, and Musescore, and PDF utilities to help with music preparation and production.

Scoring Express

Scoring Express is a collection of professional templates for Sibelius, Dorico, and Finale — based on the same templates used at NYC Music Services, an industry-leading music preparer.

Each Scoring Express package is much more than just the templates.

It contains high-quality music and text fonts, manuscript papers and house styles embedded within the templates or as separate libraries. Everything is installed in one go, so you can get started right away.

Notation Express

Notation Express

Notation Express is the fastest way to work in Sibelius Ultimate and Dorico Pro. It’s a custom-designed profile for the Stream Deck console, Stream Deck XL console, and the Stream Deck Mobile app that makes powerful Sibelius Ultimate and Dorico Pro features easy and fun to use.

Notation Express includes hundreds of commands that are just a touch or two away, with an intuitive layout and beautiful icons. Setup is a breeze and you’ll be ready to go in minutes.

If you have Sibelius Ultimate and Dorico Pro, and you have a Stream Deck, or even just an iPhone or Android device, you need Notation Express!

Sheet Music

We also have high-quality sheet music for purchase that you won’t find elsewhere, produced at the highest level.

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New on Notation Central: Nepomuk

Text Fonts


Suggested price: $10.00
Sold By: Ancient Groove Music

Nepomuk is a text font inspired by the type commonly found in music plate engraving from the late 19th to the mid 20th-century.

Based on characters designed by Florian Kretlow, the family has been expanded by Ben Byram-Wigfield. Bold and Bold Italic weights have been created; kerning and tracking has been improved, and a greater range of characters added. Glyphs have been revised throughout. Additions includes more diacritics and non-Roman characters (for all your Czech and Icelandic composers), and punctuation, including non-breaking hyphens. There are also extra characters of use in music, such as Unicode music accidentals, and versicle and response symbols.

The text is deliberately ‘quite tight’, so that it can be used for lyrics without overly distorting note spacing; users may want to apply letter spacing (tracking) for titling and other page furniture.




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