Noteflight, an online music notation software community, now offers musicians the ability to instantly self-publish original music and arrangements of public domain or copyrighted works through Noteflight Marketplace.

Arrangements of copyrighted works are cleared by Hal Leonard through their database of over three million songs. All Noteflight Marketplace scores are purchased and sold as digital Noteflight notation files which can be printed, saved as PDF, played back, transposed, or adapted for a performer's needs. This allows musicians the flexibility to sell and purchase music for almost any performance need.

"Combining the power of Noteflight's online software and massive community with Hal Leonard's publishing rights is a win for all musicians," says John Mlynczak, managing director of Noteflight, "We are providing an unprecedented solution for publishing and purchasing music in a world powered by the Internet."

Larry Morton, president of Hal Leonard, says, "We are pleased to offer this easy and legal solution for self-publishing music, which will consistently increase the variety and depth of arrangements available to the market."

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