Free Video Music Scores to Play along with.
YouTube Video Sheet Music Channels.
I have personally checked these out and feel they are great sites to explore and practice along with.
Fabulous selection (over 1,500) of Celtic, Oldtime, Galician, Québécois/Canadian, and Klezmer!
HUGE collection of Violin Concertos, Concertinos and some Movie scores for Students on up! Mostly from IMSLP. Composers from all over the World - many I've never heard of before! Early music up to modern.
Some GREAT Baroque music here!
128 Classical & CHRISTMAS scores.
132 Easy to play, Popular Artists!
Popular, ANIME/Videogame scores for Violin, and Viola & Cello.
Popular - Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars, Katy Perry, Lorde, Miley Cyrus, and many more I've never heard of.
Here's the list of 'Sheet Music Links' that have been checked, work & secure - from threads on this forum.
- Has sheet music with backing tracks.
Jazz & Blues:
- The Francesco Briotti site has 6 transcriptions on video of Blues/Jazz music by Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea, Bill Evans, Don Grolnick and Michel Petrucciani.
Straight forward, Treble Clef - perfect to play along with on the violin!
- Sarah Chou has a video transcription, all Treble Clef, of Stéphane Grappelli's "How High The Moon".
- "After You've Gone", violin solo transcription performed by Tim Kliphuis (Chris Kosides)
- "Blue Rose" by Swedish fiddler Karen Myers, with over 2000 tunes!
- Another 434 Swedish tunes, 2638 Irish and 139 Misc tunes at - "Henrik Norbeck's ABC Tunes"
- Even if you're not interested in the "American Nyckelharpa Assoc", here's 31 written tunes perfect for the fiddle!
Celtic and more:
- CTMA - Comhaltas Traditional Music Archive
- Wellington Irish Sessions Tune Archive
- Traditional Irish Tunes on The Session
- Ireland Information site - music archive, too.
- Pete Braccio's Session Tunebooks
- The Music of Sliabh Luachra
- The Music of Julia Clifford
- Friends of Sliabh Luachra
- Handed Down Scartaglin Sliabh Luachra Archive
- Irish Traditional Music Tune Index - Alan Ng's Tunography
- Alan Snyder's Cape Breton Fiddle Recording Index. Click on each Album name to view the list of titled tracks recorded.
- Taylor's Traditional Scottish Tunebook
- Semantic Index of North American, British and Irish (The Fiddler's Companion)
- Scottish Country Dance Database - tunes & recordings
- Highland Music Trust - more free downloads
- Eric Allan, Scottish Music - check out the free arrangements
- The Book of Scottish Song - an amazing archive of LYRICS ONLY (Wikisource)
- Henrik Norbeck's ABC Tunes - 2638 Irish tunes, as well as Swedish and others.
- Pennsylvania State University has many Celtic, Canadian, and New England Reels, Jigs, Polkas, Hornpipes, Airs, etc...
Free Video Music Scores to Play Along With
YouTube Video Sheet Music Channels
- Fabulous selection (over 1,500) of Celtic, Oldtime, Galician, Québécois/Canadian, and Klezmer!
- HUGE collection of Violin Concertos, Concertinos and some Movie scores for Students on up! Mostly from IMSLP. Composers from all over the World - many I've never heard of before! Early music up to modern.
- Some GREAT Baroque music here!
- 128 Classical & CHRISTMAS scores.
- 132 Easy to play, Popular Artists!
- Popular, ANIME/Videogame scores for Violin, and Viola & Cello.
- Popular - Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars, Katy Perry, Lorde, Miley Cyrus, and many more I've never heard of.
- Mexican Classical.
My pleasure! 😊
Sorry, I'm a bit slow. 🙄
This is a better link than the one I forgot in the Viola section.
More Video Scores
- These are companion video scores for the "Free Easy Sheet Music PDF's" link, plus some original compositions.
- More than 300 video scores of lesser known (to the West) Classical pieces. Search 'strings', 'violin', 'viola', or 'cello' to narrow selection.
- Over 1000 video piano scores by 350 obscure Classical Composers to explore, plus tips to finding music at IMSLP.
- Quite a few great Classical pieces for Violin & Cello here - some French and lesser known Composers, too.
- Many Violin, Viola, Cello and String Quartet pieces from lesser known Classical Modern Composers.
Thanks again, for putting all these where they won't get lost!