This is about me, so the statements below start with "I". But the aim is do what I can to produce works for "You" to play and hear.
I use capella music software, which works fine for me. I don't use Lilypond, Sibelius or Finale.
I have contributed to IMSLP 1000's of files and 100's of different works, in scans, editions and arrangements, including many by Edward Elgar.
I have contributed some new composers including my great-grandfather Harry Drew, and Colin McAlpin.
I have made arrangements of works for orchestra, wind band, chamber groups, orchestrations for choirs and singers. If you try this yourself, remember this, because it happens every time: when you think you've finished, you've only just started, because, like a doctor or an accountant, 99.99% right is failure.
I have five clever grandchildren: including one who played the viola nicely at 11 months, before she could walk, she will have lessons when she is 8.
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Among my contributions are the introduction of the following works by Edward Elgar. There are lots more now - I have given up counting them. To these and others I have added many arrangements of Elgar's music. I have contributed lots my own editions and arrangements of works by Elgar in all genres: orchestra, wind band, brass band, choral, chamber groups, songs and piano. These are complemented by Wikipedia pages on Elgar's works.