Engraved music font
The Finale Maestro font is a SMuFL-compliant update to Finale's classic engraved default music font, Maestro. This update looks similar to the legacy Maestro font with the characters now mapped to the SMuFL specification and minor updates added to some glyphs. Additionally, this single font now incorporates the characters from the Finale AlphaNotes, Finale Mallets, Finale Percussion, Finale Numerics, Maestro Percussion and Maestro Wide fonts. The elegant Maestro font is more robust than the older Petrucci, and more accurately represents the look of engraved music. Created for use with beginning music students, the Finale AlphaNotes font places note names inside noteheads. The Finale Percussion font consists of pictogram glyphs that you can use in your score to visually indicate individual percussion instruments. The Finale Mallets font includes icons to represent any variety of mallet usages, including the ability to create a cross-mallet symbol. For example, you could use two 'zero-width' characters to indicate that the performer should use two different mallets in one hand. The Finale Numerics font includes all the characters you need to create harmonic analysis and figured bass. Zero-width characters allow you to stack characters easily.
You can contact the maintainers of this package via email at
makemusic-finale-fonts dash maintainers at fedoraproject dot org.