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#1330625 - 12/21/09 11:47 AM Sheet Music
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Registered: 09/14/09
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Loc: California
I need to find a source for sheet music. A local sheet musc store closed so I guess that means turning to the internet? I have checked some sites but "sheetmusicplus" seems to list alot of easy piano or arrangements without a sample to look at. I am looking for intermediate level arrangements - right now specifically Christmas music so I can work on them throughhout next year. Any suggestions where should I look ? Thanks

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#1330844 - 12/21/09 05:23 PM Re: Sheet Music [Re: lablovers]
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The biggest and best source for free classical music at all levels is:

For Christmans music I am less familiar with sources, but here's a few free ones I like(with a range of difficulties, but certainly some I'd call intermediate):
(The First Noel and Deck the Halls are among the easiest in the above site)

#1330861 - 12/21/09 05:38 PM Re: Sheet Music [Re: pianoloverus]
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I really like my Hal Leonard compilation.

I don't know what you mean by intermediate.. they are easily sightreadable, but span 4 octaves, have 16th notes and sound 'pro'.
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#1330974 - 12/21/09 08:19 PM Re: Sheet Music [Re: apple*]
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Thanks for the links, that is more of what I was looking for. When I played as a kid 40 years ago my mom had some arrangements of Christmas music (A Christmas Song, Let it snow, etc) that I started playing again 15 years ago. These were not the "easy piano" pieces I see mostly now - though maybe I am looking in the wrong places. They were more complicated with 3-4 notes in both hands - sounded more professional when played. When I sold our piano I gave away all of that old piano music. That was a bad decision.


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