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A good search will yield some free sheet music (there's some on this site as well) but where do you go if you need a specific piece or just need to branch out. Nothing beats a good long browse at a shop, but buying online is more convenient and often cheaper. Here are my picks:
sheetmusicplus.com A good choice for actual paper music, by individual piece, music book collection, method or theory book. Some pieces and books have reviews, suggested levels and/or sneek peeks. Budget flat rate shipping as well as quicker options. I've always had good service from them.
musicnotes.com sheetmusic downloads. You can take a look at the first page and play a midi file. A good choice for immediate gratification!
Does anyone else have suggestions to share?
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Less of a heist and more the fact that I need to clear off my hard drive since all of my digital pictures have filled it to the brim. Still, I do like to collect music. I actually have nearly a file box of sheet music my mom bought as a lot from an auction. It's not exactly music I want to play, and I have duplicates of some things, but it's sheet music and I can't bear to throw it out.
http://www.sheetzbox.com Piano arrangements but works nonetheless.
not to mention all the MIDI sites out there, use Sibelius or Finale to convert them to sheets…and scribd.com but sometimes they post copyrighted material, so use at your own risk. I use all those for my sheets.
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