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How long have you been doing this?
Unofficially (for personal amusement): since 2002. Officially: since 2011.
I don’t want to use my credit card on a foreign site. Is there another way to purchase your sheet music?
At the moment: no. Tintinpiano is the only legal outlet which does not charge me an astronomical fee up-front (e.g., $100 per score submitted for approval).
Why can’t you accept direct payments and e-mail sheet music to people?
Legally, I cannot claim all profit from selling my arrangements. Under North American copyright laws, I share the rights to the sheet music together with original creators (i.e. composers) and designated copyright managers (e.g. MGM). Therefore, I do not sell my arrangements privately.
Do you take requests?
Yes and no. I’m open to suggestions. However, as I arrange in spare time only, my ability to comply to requests depends a lot on my work schedule.
Can you make video tutorials?
I don’t have the time to film them. Besides, I’m a strongly score-based learner. Learning piano by video always seems to me a dubious practice.
Still have an unanswered question?
Shoot me an e-mail at alex.f.sheen [at] gmail.com