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Bernard Hill is the original owner and full-time manager of Braeburn Software. Besides running this small software house in the Borders of Scotland, Bernard has held many positions in the computer industry from Analyst to Information Systems Manager and has also worked as a Computer Lecturer.
Bernard is a member of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, and is organist at his local church and among his other hobbies counts singing, composing, chess and photography.
He is married to Christine who joined the business in 2004 and which is now run as a partnership.
Bernard and Christine are both members of the ministry leadership team at their church, St John's Episcopal Church,
Lecturer in Mathematics/ Statistics/Computing (16 years),
Research Mathematician (4 years),
Computer Manager (6 years),
Braeburn Software (full-time since 1995)
BA(Hons) Keele; RGN
Braeburn Software was founded in 1987 during the time of the BBC microcomputers but now focusses on music software for the PC.
The original music notation software released in 1992 (known as Noteworthy) was born out of frustration at what was
available on the market at the time and my own need to rearrange choral parts for my small church choir.
Latterly the name of the software was changed to Music Publisher as this
is precisely what the software enables the customer to do.
Support is very important to us since our customers are our best ambassadors - therefore our products come with lifetime
As the business developed, a conscious decision was made not to produce glossy brochures or bulky packaging materials,
costs for which are inevitably passed on to the customer.
It was also our small contribution in helping to sustain our beautiful environment by using less of its limited resources.