Klavarskribo is a uniquely Dutch form of music notation invented in 1930 by Cornelis Pot (1885-1977). His aim was to make reading music easier for children and, whilst it was not an immediate success, it is now used by many pianists and organists, both in the Netherlands and beyond. All of Paul Ritchie\’s organ variations on Genevan psalm melodies are now available in Klavarskribo notation. For more details, and to read about the history of Klavarskribo, click here.