Sheet music from the Internet! How What Where? (Part 2)

Note Sheet music from the Internet! How What Where? (Part 2)

The Internet is full of interesting things; for example, many sheet music, even non-saleable ones! But where and how can you find them?

Composer Collections:

  • Beethoven – Over 260 pieces of music: Symphonies, concerts, chamber music, songs, folk song arrangements and much more
  • Brahms
    • Brahms-Institut – First and early prints of the works of Johannes Brahms
    • Brahms-Institut – The extensive series of musical works dedicated to Brahms
  • brittenproject.org – Sheet music and manuscripts (beta version)
  • Bruckner – First issues Old Complete Edition
  • Chopin –
  • Graupner Works  – Contains links to his digitized manuscripts at the Technische Universität Darmstadt
  • Handel – 105 titles published by Breitkopf & Härtel between 1885 and 1902
  • Liszt – Complete edition published by Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig
  • Mendelssohn – 162 titles published by Breitkopf & Härtel
  • Monteverdi – Scherzi musicali (1632)
  • Mozart – New Mozart edition to be used for personal study and education
  • Nazareth, Ernesto – Works available for download
  • Nielsen Catalogue – 446 titles, Danish Center for Music Processing (DCM)
  • Pleyel – Over 200 early printed scores and manuscripts
  • Rovetta – Madrigali, Libro Secondo (1640)
  • Schubert – Published by Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig, 1884-1892, 53 volumes
  • Schumann
    • Schumann –The works were edited by Clara Schumann and others. This series was published in Leipzig by Breitkopf & Härtrel between 1881 and 1893
    • Schumann – First -and early prints
  • Valentini
    • Valentini – Secondo libro de Madrigali (Venice, 1616)
    • Valentini – Musiche concertate (Venice, 1619)

Digitized Sheet Music – General Collections (A-Z):


Important: The libraries and directories mentioned above provide access to works that may be protected by copyright. We do not assume any liability for possible copyright infringements.

Photo: By Elias Gottlob Haussmann – http://www.jsbach.net/bass/elements/bach-hausmann.jpg, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=1270015

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