Brussels Philharmonic replaces sheet music with tablets

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The Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra has decided to start using tablet computers to read their music during performances instead of traditional paper sheet music.

They hope that by going digital they will be able to synchronise instantly any changes made to scores, and save on paper and printing costs.

Tom Santorelli reports.

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