Landscape Documents (or Music) in a ChoreoKeeper

Our friend Bob asked a question that initially stumped me:  "Do you have suggestions for using my ChoreoKeeper with documents (music) that are printed in landscape mode?"

Then my husband had a great idea. Here’s what we came up with.

Fold-out sheet protectors have no seam between the two pockets. These hold papers up to 11” x 17” in landscape mode. ChoreoKeeper clips keep the fold-out sheet protectors from sagging.

This will work even if the paper isn’t a full 11” x 17”. It’s a good solution if your music or document is an odd shape.

The white page on the right has been cut to be 8-1/2" x 11". Because it's in a fold-out sheet protector, it still works in the ChoreoKeeper. The arm clip keeps it from sagging.

Staples carries the fold-protectors. They're around $5 for a package of five

Thanks for the question, Bob!

Recommended Piano Light

No matter how well you've got your music set up, if it's too dark to read, it's going to be hard to feel relaxed about playing.

My mom RAVES about this Cocoweb light! She is a pianist who rotates playing among four churches and works with many different lighting conditions. 

The LED lights should last a looong time. My mom uses the plug-in light which gives her the freedom to NOT worry about batteries. However, it does mean that the piano needs to be near an outlet. 

Mother scoots her ChoreoKeeper back and forth as needed to bring outer pages within viewing range AND for good lighting.

Her 19" wide light illuminates several pages; there's also a 22" wide version (some reviews indicate that it will brighten 5-6 pages). The lights come in various finishes too.

This light is an investment, but you'll be set once you own one!

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