An app that keeps your scores

An app that keeps your scores


norman lebrecht

February 18, 2014

The Israeli-made Tonara ‘listens to you as you play, shows where you are in the score and turns the pages automatically,’ says the blurb.

Using iPad’s built-in microphone to listen as you play, it shows where you are at any given time (and where you should be, when playing in enselble). It turns the page only when you are ready and allows you to annotate as you go along.

There’s a free download here.

BDS supporters should look elsewhere.



  • GW says:

    Free Software (and public domain score) users should look elsewhere, too.

  • Gary Carpenter says:

    Doers it work with Ferneyhough?

  • Steve Foster says:

    Oh yeah, this will work. Because there’s nothing more reliable than an iPad app. : |