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==Background==
 
==Background==
  
Peter is an amateur musician who sings with [http://cappellagabrieli.nl/ Cappella Gabrieli] and [http://retorisch.com/ Het Retorisch Kwartet] in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Professionally, Peter is a software developer at [http://www.lunatech-research.com/ Lunatech Research]. For more information, see [http://hilton.org.uk/ Peter’s personal web site].
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Peter is an amateur musician who sings with [http://cappellagabrieli.nl/ Cappella Gabrieli] and [http://retorisch.com/ Het Retorisch Kwartet] in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Professionally, Peter works a software developer. For more information, see [http://hilton.org.uk/ Peter’s personal web site].
  
 
Peter’s vision is for open-source scores to become the norm for rehearsal and performance of renaissance choral music, in the same way that open-source software is the norm in many areas of software development, commercial and otherwise. Peter has made a start with [https://github.com/hilton/sheet-music open-source source code on GitHub] for his editions, in Lilypond format.
 
Peter’s vision is for open-source scores to become the norm for rehearsal and performance of renaissance choral music, in the same way that open-source software is the norm in many areas of software development, commercial and otherwise. Peter has made a start with [https://github.com/hilton/sheet-music open-source source code on GitHub] for his editions, in Lilypond format.

Latest revision as of 13:21, 6 November 2016

General information

Country of origin: United Kingdom, currently resident in the Netherlands

Contributor since: 2012-06-18

Works with editions by this editor: 46 (see list)

Contact information

e-mail: cpdl At sign.png cocktail.demon.nl

Twitter: @PeterHilton

Background

Peter is an amateur musician who sings with Cappella Gabrieli and Het Retorisch Kwartet in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Professionally, Peter works a software developer. For more information, see Peter’s personal web site.

Peter’s vision is for open-source scores to become the norm for rehearsal and performance of renaissance choral music, in the same way that open-source software is the norm in many areas of software development, commercial and otherwise. Peter has made a start with open-source source code on GitHub for his editions, in Lilypond format.