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Anyone ever check out/use this site ?
It seems to feature thousands upon thousands of free out of print public doman music scores . Categorized in a variety of ways, i.e. composer, instrumentation, genre, name, etc. Downloadabl Seems like it can come in pretty handy from time to time.e public domain scores as well as links to purchase full printed versions, sound clips, etc.
There are many free resources on the 'net for music scores. I've compiled a list here and am always looking for more sources if anyone has any links to share.
Looks good. Thanks. I bookmarked it. Looks like a handy resource.
I agree that at present it can be a bit hard to find some of the great info in these forums. But my worry with trying to put that info into a locked section is that it would keep people from replying to it and might discourage people from discussing it or asking questions. So much great information comes out when the folks here with experience chime in and people ask great questions and get excellent answers. Sometimes those additions happen weeks or even months after the initial posts, and we wouldn't want to lose that.
Where there is a definite article available, like Cdennyb's pdf on making a backup bridge, I think it would be nice if there was a section on the website rather than just the forum that people could be directed to so they can read and download it. Some of the videos that are up, especially the ones with explanations of how to do stuff, like Mad_Wed's pointers on vibrato exercises and her "Hold the Bug" video would be great to have in some location that was easy to find or direct people with questions to. Cat's detailed explanation and pictures of Ruby's construction are also great reading, and every time I wander through that thread I end up thinking I really need to get me a violin-in-the-white someday and give that a try. And I know I am not the only one who thinks that! LOL
It would also be good content. Content is what brings new people, and that is good for keeping the forums lively and fun as well as maybe drawing a bit of biz for the Fiddlershop so FM can make the occasional simoleon or two to keep the site going and keep his family in ramen noodles.
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