Canorus is a graphical music score editor written for the Qt4 toolkit. It is a sequel of the well-known music score editor for Linux, NoteEdit. Canorus uses LilyPond for music engraving to achieve a very high quality in the resulting documents.
Canorus offers a number of import and export filters for LilyPond, MusicXML, Midi, NoteEdit and others.
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