Credo in Unum Deum

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For all the Classical music lovers out there.

This is really the coolest site I know of for downloading and printing sheet music. I have found some things on there that I have not been able to find anywhere except for a billion dollars from Europe in book format. Here is the site.

http://imslp.org/wiki/Main_Page

Again, this is a great site. I had been looking for Liszt’s Mephisto Waltz #2 for over two years and could only find it in Europe for over $50 plus crazy shipping. But this site has it and a 4-hand arrangement of it also. It also has Mephisto 4, although it is the shorter version and also all four Valses Oubliées. Also a huge selection of opera and symphonies, and some voice stuff. Please check it out!

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June 9, 2007 - Posted by | Music

1 Comment »

  1. Excellent! For other fun free stuff, check out http://www.cpdl.org. They have a very good selection of choral music, including LOTS of Mass settings and links to sites with Gregorian chant. Totally legal, by the way. http://Www.repertoireonline.com is a good resource for free, public domain solo vocal pieces. The other free site that comes to mind right now is http://www.librivox.org. They have public domain audiobooks read by volunteers, including random stuff in German and old English. But avoid their Latin recordings. They use “classical” pronunciation and it sounds disgusting.

    Off topic, but I’m trying to learn Jeux D’eau by Ravel this summer. Fun stuff! Except for these stupid odd-numbered note groupings. Not a fan of those so far.

    Comment by Robin | June 12, 2007


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