Size and breadth of collection: 5 stars
Typesetting: 0 stars
To be clear, when I refer to typesetting I'm talking about the way the notes and staves look. The typesetting style changes several times in the collection, which is visually unappealing. In the modern ages of computers, there is no reason for this dissimilarity. My biggest dissapointment is the typesetting for Gymnopédie I, which is difficult to read and uses ink so light it's almost grey. The manuscript notes "copyright 1969" so I'm guessing they're using a 43 year old printing, which again is ridiculous in the modern age of computers. The piece is in the public domain even, so why use this old printing that is ugly and a little difficult to read.