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(Zone 7a)

March 4, 2009
7:58 PM

Post #6221291

I have forgotten whether this is Wikipedia or Wikimedia - but scout around, and you'll be able to find a vast library of free, online sheet music.

It's been a while since I've checked out the links in an article I wrote for DG (only a draft), but some led to sheet music of different degrees of easiness/difficulty - Scroll down to the section on Music, and you'll find links to sheet music for beginners and on up to higher levels of difficulty.

ps - copyrights keep yo-yoing, so if you find some music you really like or would like to learn, download it now, because it might not be there for long.
Beverly Hills, CA

March 4, 2009
11:04 PM

Post #6221994

WONDERFUL! Thank you so much.

I would love to be able to play music like this. Thank you again.



(Zone 7a)

March 5, 2009
2:11 AM

Post #6222885

You're welcome. One of my neighbors once asked, "How hard can it be to play one note at a time?" I think this next website leads to jazz, popular, baroque, classical, medieval chants, etc. with lots of easy stuff:
Scroll down to WIMA list of free sheet music archives and see wacha get when you click on that - happy hunting :)


A tree, unplugged electronics, a recorder and a guitar and me and thou - that's a garden at its most heavenly

Beverly Hills, CA

March 5, 2009
3:51 PM

Post #6224730

What a treasure trove!

I think I shall want to learn this:

Is the bottom quote yours?



(Zone 7a)

March 5, 2009
10:09 PM

Post #6226284


Edited to add that there probably is a quote somewhere with similar structure and phrasing which I unconsciously tweaked to take that potshot at omnipresent electronics - let's not get me started on that one.

This message was edited Mar 5, 2009 5:20 PM
Council Hill, OK

March 21, 2011
10:05 AM

Post #8440636

What a LOL hoot!
As a pianist, guitarist and violinist, "How hard can it be to play one note at a time?" is a quote I shall enjoy for years to come.
The shame of it is, the person will never know that it takes at least five years before a violinist STARTS to sound good to other violinists. Even though at about 3 years you start playing chords and aren't really playing one note at a time.
I consider this, sorry Mozart, the finest piece of music ever written.

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