Top 4 Sheet Music Resources
Are you ever looking for a new song to play and don’t know where to start, or what sources have the best arrangements and without copyright infringements?!
Here are some of our favorite resources:
Musicnotes: Musicnotes is our #1 favorite go to for sheet music, and not just for piano! They offer arrangements for almost any song you can think of and your music can be printed in different key signatures. They also have an app that allows you to access your music on the go. The app has a variety of settings and will display your music on time to turn pages automatically for you. Their website also lists the top downloads for each music genre if you are looking for some ideas of new pieces you might want to learn!
G Major Music Theory: a good variety of pieces for free! They are organized by level, classical, and traditional.
Scribd: A sharing website, if you pay a nominal monthly subscription fee, you can access all kinds of music that others have uploaded. If you are using for personal use and not copying, this is a great site to have a huge library to browse through; it includes music and books uploaded by its users.
Musescore: Another site like Scribd, you pay a monthly fee to access a huge library of shared music, but this site is just for music so there is a music player and some interactive tools that come with viewing sheet music.
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