"There is no doubt in my mind that the value [of Simplified Music Notation] in the earlier stages of learning and playing music will be quite invaluable. The morass of accidentals in chromatic music is quite absurd, and points in fact to the obsolescence of the current notational system."
DR RONALD SENATOR PhD, FTCL Teacher, Composer; Formerly Professor, Guildhall School of Music
“Simplified Music Notation will help many musicians with key signature problems without simplifying or rearranging the music.”
SR ANITA MARCHESSEAULT DMA Music Education, Organ and Piano Teacher; Former Professor of Music, Notre Dame College
"It indeed saves several mental steps by the performer in the process of producing music from paper to sound. The idea is so simple it is ingenious."
WAYNE COOK, Professor Emeritus of Trumpet; Chair, Dept. of Music, University of Wisconsin
"As with most great ideas, it is simple and easy to understand. I found I could play from Simplified Music Notation after a few minutes familiarisation. I believe it could help all musicians - why not print all music this way in the future?"
ROBERT WINDER FLCM, LTCL, LRAM, ARCM, Professor Pianoforte
"Simplified Music Notation is an elegantly simple idea and one which, as well as its obvious attraction for students with disabilities, would be found most interesting by many musicians in the other area of music in which I work - producing rock albums. I am delighted to endorse this brilliant idea."
DAVID LORD LRAM, GRSM, Composer and Record Producer, Former Head of Music, Laban Art Movement Centre, Former Director of Student Musical Activities, Bath University
"It seems to me an excellent way of helping musicians read and remember key signatures in a simplified way. I hope music publishers will take it up. I certainly could use it with some of my flute pupils who would find it a lot easier if every sharp and flat was written for them in the way Creative Arts suggests."
CLARISSA MELVILLE Dip, RAM, LRAM, ARCM, Flautist, Orchestra Manager, Teacher