Finale Maestro Font

The Maestro font was the default music font for Finale versions from 2000 through v26 (in Finale v27.0 the default music font has now become the SMuFL-based Finale Maestro font). It was modeled after Notaset transfers which were a preferred look of many publishers in the era immediately preceding music notation software.

Maestro’s noteheads aren’t as wide as those in the Engraver font, and its articulations are significantly different. To enter a character, hold the ALT key while using the numpad to enter the number combination listed in order.

The numbers do not need to be held like the ALT key.

  1. When the ALT key is released, the character appears. All of these characters can also be selected by using Text > Font to choose the desired font and Text > Inserts > Symbol to open the Symbol Selection dialog box.
  2. In addition to musical characters, the Maestro Times font includes Times New Roman uppercase, lowercase, numeric, punctuation, and symbol characters.
  3. The character sets for the Maestro and Maestro Wide fonts are very similar. The main difference is the width of the notation noteheads in the Maestro Wide font, which are displayed below.
  4. See the Maestro Character Set for a full list of keystrokes and characters.
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  3. The Maestro font was the default music font for Finale versions from 2000 through v26 (in Finale v27.0 the default music font has now become the SMuFL-based Finale Maestro font).
  4. It was modeled after Notaset transfers which were a preferred look of many publishers in the era immediately preceding music notation software.
  5. Maestro’s noteheads aren’t as wide as those in the Engraver font, and its articulations are significantly different.
  6. If a keystroke is separated by a plus sign (+), the keys must be pressed in succession.

If a keystroke combination is separated by a comma, type the first keystroke combination, release the keys, and press the character after the comma.

  1. All of these characters can also be selected by using Text > Font to choose the desired font and Text > Inserts > Symbol to open the Symbol Selection dialog box.
  2. In addition to musical characters, the Maestro Times font includes Times New Roman uppercase, lowercase, numeric, punctuation, and symbol characters. The character sets for the Maestro and Maestro Wide fonts are very similar.
  3. The main difference is the width of the notation noteheads in the Maestro Wide font, which are displayed below.
  4. See the Maestro Character Set for a full list of keystrokes and characters.
  5. This page contains information about SMuFL-compliant music fonts. The first SMuFL-compliant music font family is Bravura, designed by Daniel Spreadbury at Steinberg for Dorico, its next-generation music notation application.
  6. Bravura draws on the heritage of the finest European music engraving of the 19th and early 20th centuries, with a bolder and more substantial look than most other music fonts: thin strokes are slightly thicker than in other fonts, improving the overall “blackness” of the font and its legibility when read at a distance.

Bravura is currently atversion 1.392, which implements SMuFL 1.4.

The Bravura font family consists of two fonts: Bravura, which is intended for use in scoring applications; and Bravura Text, which is intended for use in text-based applications.

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