Yes, you can submit as many different instrument recordings as you wish.
When you register with the orchestra and we release the music you’ll receive parts for each of the instruments that you applied with.
We certainly do; we create parts for all common orchestral instruments including choir (SATB) and percussion.
Unfortunately we cannot provide sheet music to non-members. We create it by transcribing by ear from the soundtrack.
This page on our blog will tell you everything you need to know about applying to the orchestra.
If you have any other questions then don’t hesitate to message us.
The Sherlock Fan Orchestra present their third piece, SHERlocked.
For this piece we received 142 submissions from 108 members, while our membership numbers have recently broken the 500 mark.
Thank you to everyone involved and to those who have supported us so far!
Now that the project has been running for two years, we’re celebrating with a new Twitter page, dedicated to the project, and a SoundCloud account where you can download our pieces for free! You’ll also find new mixes, such as those used for the credits in our videos.
We’ll be back soon……………!
Unfortunately for copyright reasons we can’t give out copies of the full orchestral scores, sorry! However Michael Price has made sheet music for some of the Sherlock themes available on his website (http://www.michaelpricemusic.com/products-page/) and has also mentioned that he is planning to publish full orchestral scores too!
These are taken from our Recording Tips document:
During this process, you may think about submitting a video of yourself playing. Many have already done this by uploading a video to a site like YouTube or just attaching a file to your email reply. Whatever you do, please ensure that your submissions are sent via e-mail and not just posted to the group’s Facebook page.
If you’re submitting a video, please ensure that you:
- Position yourself infront of a *mainly* plain background
- Play your instrument (obviously…)
- And have fun!
Please also submit in .avi if possible. We hope this helps!
The link to the blog: http://doctorwhofanorchestra.blogspot.co.uk/
Unfortunately they do not provide sheet music except to members.
Apologies for the late response - you should now have received parts, if not please email us!