<table cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=5 width=212 align=right border=0><tbody><tr><td vAlign=top align=middle><br><img src="http://www.chesternovello.com/Images/eNews/news-2199.jpg"><br></font></td></tr></tbody></table><br />You can now view works by Chester and Novello composers as online perusal scores as part of an <a href="http://digital.schirmer.com" target="_blank">OnDemand</a> service hosted by our sister company, G. Schirmer. After a one-time registration, users will be able to view orchestral and opera scores by a range of selected composers and, in many cases, print off a copy for personal use.
Available at any time of the day, <b>OnDemand</b> provides a revolutionary method for instantly viewing perusal scores. New works will be added at regular intervals and we hope full use will be made of the facility when browsing the Chester and Novello catalogues.
<b>Using the OnDemand service</b>
<li> Send an email to <a href="mailto:OnDemand@Schirmer.com">OnDemand@Schirmer.com</a> with your full name and organization.</li>
<li> The Schirmer team will respond to your email within one business day to provide you with instructions including links to download the free Safeguard PDF viewer and your registration key. (NB: Installation and registration of the viewer on an office computer may require your network administrator's assistance.) </li>
<li> After installing and registering the Viewer you are ready to use <b>OnDemand</b>.</li>
Works that are available to hire can be printed up to three times. Enquiries for hiring a full set of materials should be directed to the <a href="http://www.chesternovello.com/default.aspx?tabId=2435" target="_blank">hire library</a>.
Works that are on sale may not be printed but can be purchased by following the links on the first page of the score – sales in North America are handled by Hal Leonard and in other territories by Musicroom – or from your local retailer where available.
For more information go to <a href="http://digital.schirmer.com" target="_blank">http://digital.schirmer.com</a>