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Full ensemble sight reading exercises can be projected to the front of the classroom for choir, concert band or orchestra to practice sight reading together. Educators can also use the assignments and recording feature as a tool for assessing their students.
Paperless displays your sheet music so it looks crystal clear, not fuzzy, and you can add annotations any time, thanks to the convenient built-in editing tools. It also uses a rendering engine that enables lightning-fast page turns so you never miss a beat during a rehearsal or performance. You can scroll or swipe to the next page manually, of course, but it supports Bluetooth devices (like PageFlip and AirTurn) as well if you need hands-free page turns.
Founded in 2012, Musopen is a 501(c) 3 non-profit based out of San Francisco, CA. We work to increase access to music education by providing free music recordings, sheet music, apps, and educational materials.
Let's face it, sheet music gets lost and damaged. In fact, I don't know a single musician who hasn't had a nightmare about showing up to a performance only to notice that they have forgotten an important something... Which is why it's useful to know where you can find free printable sheet music. Here is a list of some of my favorite websites with free sheet music.
IMSLP is a library of public domain music. That means that there are no copyright issues to using this music and that you can freely use any of the resources found on this website. They have a massive database: 460,000 musical scores, 17,000 composers, and 54,000 recordings, and they support 28 different languages. The site uses Google search and all works are organized alphabetically, so it's extremely easy to find exactly what you're looking for. I use this site for two main purposes: 1. To find PDF versions of the etude books I own 2. Look at the full scores for pieces I am practicing. You'll be surprised at how many instrument-specific etude books you can find with a little bit of digging -- one thing that might make it challenging for beginners is that the pieces are notated in their original language, so many of the titles might look unfamiliar because they are in French, German, or Italian.
MUSOPENalso has a library of public domain sheet music and recordings. However, their database isn't as extensive as IMSLP and they do show some ads on the site. However, they do allow you to search by instrument, which makes it easy to find trumpet sheet music or whatever you're specifically looking for. Two features that are unique to MUSOPEN are their streaming radio station and their education center. While their education resources are still under development, there are a ton of great articles for beginning musicians.
8Notes site is organized by instrument and they have everything. They even have free sheet music for the recorder and mandolin. When you go into a specific instrument's section, they further break down their resources into categories like classical sheet music, jazz, rock and pop, difficulty levels (beginners through advanced), and even play-along tracks. If you're a music teacher, then you'll enjoy how much popular music you can find on this site. From my experience, teaching concepts through current music is an easy way to keep the student motivated and reduce some of the learning time as there is already some familiarity with the piece. If you want even more options, there is a paid subscription version that is $20 a year.
Many of the free music sites we've covered feature orchestral, small ensemble, or solo instrumental music. BandMusicPDF focuses on wind band music making it a tremendous resource for band directors and band students. As of this writing, their library has just under 3,700 pieces available.
Free Scores has bagpipe music. That should tell you everything you need to know about how extensive the resources are. The searchability of this site is great, too, as you can search by composer, instrument, or musical style. One thing of note is that this site includes a really nice selection of free choir music. Many of the pieces include a brief historical description of the musical work and a high-quality recording.
eMusic Readers for Score Libraries. There are commercial websites that provide extensive libraries of scores, music published in electronic form and available for downloading for a fee. Musicnotes, for most any computer as well as the iPad, and Muzibooks (iPad and iPhone), are two apps that provide access to published scores but with different packaging. Muzibooks creates a unique app for each score each for a fee; Musicnotes is a free app that gives you access to any score you purchase from their online library. Most of the scores are from the common classical and entertainment genre, with Musicnotes having the more extensive repertoire. The third app in this category is eScore; eScore maintains an expanding set of links to public domain, free scores on the Web. The apps in this category may be useful for score study in music activities that only require standard repertoire. 2b1af7f3a8