Search Entries

For using search terms we have two input boxes.

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The first one (search) appears on the upper right corner of every page. We call this the general search box.

If you enter our SHOP you will find another search input box in the right column, called Product Search.

Both boxes have different functions and data content.

Depending on the case, use one or the other search box.


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Abbreviations

When searching, you are most successful when one can specifically aim at an object. One could also say to use a filter that only retains certain search items. We have used project-specific abbreviations.

1 = easy playing (affects pan flute voice, not accompaniment score)
2 = medium playing (affects pan flute voice, not accompaniment score)
3 = difficult playing (affects pan flute voice, not accompaniment score)

The difficulty levels are combined with the following abbreviations:

EA = single edition
MSEA = single edition with multiple voices, usually 2 or 4
AL = Albums
FV = Sheet music from non-DAJOERI publishers

Search Example A: To find all 'easy' albums. Type: AL1
Search Example B: You want to find all difficult single editions having multiple voices: Type: MSEA3
Search Example C: You want to find all easy single editions, that include JS Bach: Type: EA1 Bach
Search Example D: You want to find all easy single editions in C major. Type: EA1 C-Dur



 
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