Notes Pattern / Notebooks
It was tried to create, as far as possible, a clear and easily readable notes pattern. Still more important - first and foremost in piano parts - the requirement for maximum turn over positions was realized - even if thereby the notes pattern was narrowed on some positions. For the same reason repetitions were written out in individual cases and/or individual pages were left blank or an additional loose sheet was attached.
All scores and parts have beat numbering.
Most issues are with a foreword, which informs about the composer and the composition, as well as about the original text issue, which form the basis. It also gives explanations to characteristics of the transmission.
All ViolaViva-notes are stapled. Each issue has a light blue sturdy foldover cardboard.of the piano part, the score or the 1st violin, in which the remaining parts are inserted.
In order to keep the final prices moderate despite small editions, the publishing house restricts to the notes format of DINA4 and consciously dispenses - against the thereby occurring smaller margin widths in the notes pattern - with the broader paper format usually common with notes.