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Re: How do you keep your scores?
This is what I do. 19 years in and I have amassed a hefty collection of scores. The upside of marking your own scores and keeping them in your own personal library is that you can always refer to an intonation fix or other note you placed in the score years later.
I had one piece that required a lot of flute intonation adjustments and I had marked all of them in that score. I regularly pull that score and check my notes...
Then, when you go clinic a band and they're doing a piece you've also done, you can take your copy of the score and you already have places of attention that you can be listening for.
Purchase a personal original copy. I personally like to work from a real score not copies. Never have been able to really get used to an ipad, etc.
Do you print out a copy of the score and put it in a binder? Do you just have a big music folder you put the original scores in? Trying to decide what would be best course of action.