ScoreVivo is the best way to buy and sell sheet music.
Downloadable Sheet Music
At the heart of ScoreVivo is the desire to improve how musicians find and purchase sheet music.
By selling electronic versions of sheet music (in Adobe PDF format), musicians are able to find, purchase, download, print, and begin playing original compositions and arrangements in minutes. Without printing and postage expenses, ScoreVivo is able to pass those savings to its customers while offering greater compensation to the composers and arrangers.
When you have purchased a piece with multiple parts, you may print as many copies as you need for the members of your group — at no extra expense. If you desire copies for more than one group of musicians, please support ScoreVivo’s composers and arrangers by making an additional purchase.
Please visit our online store to give the process a try.
More Value to Composers and Arrangers
When composers and arrangers sell their music through traditional paper-based publishers, they often have to agree to release ownership of their work to the publisher and accept a very low percentage of the selling price for every piece the publisher sells. We think we can do better.
Musicians who wish to sell their original compositions or arrangements on ScoreVivo will retain full copyright ownership of their works. They will receive 40 percent of the selling price of each piece. ScoreVivo will retain 60 percent to cover expenses and generate a small profit.
If you are a musician who would like to sell your sheet music via ScoreVivo, please contact us for more information.
Who is behind ScoreVivo
Ann Cameron Pearce
Ann Cameron Pearce co-founded (in 1986) the Raleigh Flute Choir, a chamber ensemble of nine professionals that has inspired many of her pieces. The previous year, she also co-founded the Raleigh Area Flute Association, which has grown to a membership of over 300 flutists of all ages and abilities. She is the contrabass flute specialist for these two organizations.
Her experiences through many years of teaching privately in her home studio and over twenty years as adjunct flute instructor at Saint Mary’s School have influenced her creative energies. She occasionally conducts flute choir clinics in an on-going effort to strengthen the joy of this unique musical endeavor in other locations. Her other area of musical expertise has flourished through being director of handbells at Highland United Methodist Church since 1987.
Born in 1945, she is a native of Raleigh, NC, who holds undergraduate and master’s degrees from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University respectively. Her primary flute teachers were National Flute Association Founder and Honorary Life President, Mark Thomas, and Earl Slocum, former Professor of Music at UNC. Many of her 79 flute choir arrangements and compositions have received high recognition from the National Flute Association’s Newly Published Music Competition.
Jason Pearce, Ann Pearce’s son, is a systems engineer for a hospital and spends his days managing racks and racks of servers and computers. Before becoming engrossed in information technology infrastructure, Jason spent 10 years as a web developer and content creator. Naturally, he manages the technical aspects to ScoreVivo, its website, and online presence.
Jason’s technical background, however, is rooted in music. As a child, he performed in the Raleigh Boy Choir for about eight years and was fortunate to perform a few times at the White House, a World’s Fair, and a few countries in Europe. He earned a minor in music at Elon University, along with another minor in business, a major in broadcast communications, and a major in business communications. He maintains a personal website at www.jasonpearce.com.