Where to find free sheet music
If you’re a music teacher on a tight budget it can be difficult to find the money to purchase sheet music for the myriad of music ensembles, instrumental and vocal students you may have at your school. It’s good to know that these days there are LOTS of websites that offer free sheet music. I’ll share some of the options in this episode.
Resources and links mentioned in this episode
Free sheet music sites:
- International Music Score Library Project
- The Gutenberg Sheet Music Project
- Choral Music Public Domain
- Band Music PDF Library
- EZ Folk
- Mus Open
- Public Domain Sherpa
My original blog post: 11 of the Best Free Sheet Music Sites
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