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    Hi,

    A superb collection of classic music hits arranged for easy piano:

    http://www.FreeSheetPianoMusic.com

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    Sheet Music 2 U has all kinds of sheet music for beginners of any instrument.

    Check it out at www.sheetmusic2u.com

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    I implore everyone to stick this amazing resource on their "favourites".

    http://imslp.org/wiki/Main_Page

    I honestly can't live without it! (Neither can my university tutors!)
    When all the paint has been dried, when all the stone has been carved, music shall remain, and we shall work with what remains.

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    Shame about the Vandal and certain 'organisations' that dislike IMSLP (I wonder who they could be...) have been vandalising and launching DoS attacks. We're trying to fix the problems.

    We are also (soon) adding ~ 12gbs of orchestral Parts from Bach to early 20c - I'm heading the project.

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    I whole heartedly agree, Elgar.

    Being an organist, I regularly use IMSLP for service and concert material.
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    It's not illegal, just bad for publishers (who should have learned instruments instead!)

    Also, thank you Mr Yagan Kiely, your contributions help me through university! I feel slightly bad about having a go at you in threads now (however my opinions will not differ!)
    When all the paint has been dried, when all the stone has been carved, music shall remain, and we shall work with what remains.

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    bad for publishers
    It isn't actually bad for publishers. Pro orchestras will never use our parts, only amateur orchestras. And the full scores printed out will never be used for any situation other than study really. What this means is that they study the piece, and if they won't to actually learn it they will buy it. Much like how the film industry had it's best year ever regardless of the rampant pirating of it's material (and how, piraters of music often actually buy more CDs than non-piraters of music) Also, companies like Kalmus and Dover, have not been effected by IMSLP, even though they just make printed versions on what is actually on IMSLP (i.e. PD scores).

    Hell, CDSM and OM (same thing), only have out of coopyright scores on the CDs.

    Also, thank you Mr Yagan Kiely, your contributions help me through university! I feel slightly bad about having a go at you in threads now (however my opinions will not differ!)
    IMSLP really is a group effort! And for god sake, I'd hate it if you changed your opinion because of that... I like arguing, and you are one of the few that don't do it (quite ) as stupidly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yagan Kiely View Post
    Shame about the Vandal and certain 'organisations' that dislike IMSLP (I wonder who they could be...) have been vandalising and launching DoS attacks. We're trying to fix the problems.

    We are also (soon) adding ~ 12gbs of orchestral Parts from Bach to early 20c - I'm heading the project.
    there we are then I knew you would be useful one day seriously a top site well done to all involved

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    IMSLP has just won a '...“International Music Score Library Project,“ has been selected by the MERLOT Music Editorial Board as a winner of the MERLOT Award for Exemplary Online Learning Resources – MERLOT Classics 2009.'

    sorry the font etc.

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    Congrats mate

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    Congratulations, Yagan
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