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Tomplay Sheet Music App <--click for more

People have been playing music for thousands of years, and in some ways, not much has changed. There's still nothing quite like playing an instrument with a band or full orchestra — or being one of the lucky ones in attendance to enjoy it.

Tomplay™ is an innovative sheet music app that allows you to play along with accompanying music recorded by real musicians. The app works with a range of popular instruments like piano, violin, drums, guitar, and bass, and even includes options like the tuba, bassoon, and harp.

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For classical lovers, free streaming and sheet music <--click for more

Whether you love classical music or want to see if you do, head over to Musopen ( where you can listen and download this genre for free. The nonprofit was formed to improve access and exposure to classical music by creating resources and educational materials. It provides recordings, sheet music and educational information to the public without copyright restrictions.

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Free sheet music downloads change the game <--click for more

Have you heard of the Internet Music Score Library Project? It was founded only five years ago but now providing scores to every soloist, chamber group, choral group, ensemble, and symphony on the planet. Because of this resource, the fate of classical music has made a turn around in the culture for the first time in several generations. One is more likely to hear live music at the museum, and the great scores of the past are being given new life with amateur groups acquiring sheet music that would have been unaffordable in the past. Listeners are discovering new and forgotten pieces rather than being treated to an endless litany of warhorses.

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Chromatik Free Sheet Music <--click for more

Feeling frustrated at having to buy sheet music each time you want to learn a new song? Sheet music can go for around $5.00 for every song you want to learn, and if you want to learn a new song once a week, it can add up. Fortunately, there is a great website that has some really good free sheet music. It's called Chromatik and the song catalog is awesome. We're not talking just public domain stuff. They have all the new stuff that you really want to start learning. Check it out soon! <--click for more

I found yet another source of free sheet music. It's called, and it has dozens of categories of music, from piano to saxophone to voice and much more. Give it a look and see if there's something for you.

Good Morning To You <--click for more

You've probably heard of the song that people sing at birthday parties, right? You know the one. It starts with the words "Happy Birthday", which is repeated several times. Supposedly, the song is protected by copyright by the Warner/Chappell Music Inc., which bought the company which held the copyright for quite some time. However, the copyright is in dispute, although Warner/Chappell will strongly defend their rights to the song, which means almost no restaurant out there will allow their waitstaff to sing it at someone's birthday celebration.

Anyway, the Happy Birthday song is based on the melody of a song that is in fact in the public domain. It's called Good Morning To You. You can get that song and more from the Cantorion website.

Good Morning To You sheet music

Sheetbox <--click for more

Sheetbox is a free piano sheet music source. It is designed for musicians of all ages and levels, aiming to help them improve their piano playing skills by providing downloadable and printable sheet music. You'll find an incredibly comprehensive collection here. Check it out!

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Away in a Manger <--click for more

This song was first published in an Evangelical Lutheran Sunday School collection, Little Children's Book for Schools and Families (1885). Some people think that it was written by Martin Luther, but research has shown that this is nothing more than a fable. No matter what the story, it is a nice tune. Try it out!

Welcome to Free Sheet Music <--click for more

Are you always on the lookout for free sheet music on the Internet? If so, check us out. We have an extensive collection of public domain sheet music plus a ton of links to sites that offer free downloads of other pieces. No matter what you're looking for, you'll probably find it here!

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