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    Arrow New Free Sheet Music Website

    I would like to share a new free sheet music website.

    https://music.kemancilar.net

    You can find a variety of music for violin such as classical, pop, movie&series, orchestral excerpts as well as guitar, ukulele, piano, free gig music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kemancilar View Post
    I would like to share a new free sheet music website.

    https://music.kemancilar.net

    You can find a variety of music for violin such as classical, pop, movie&series, orchestral excerpts as well as guitar, ukulele, piano, free gig music.
    Nothing in life is free, what is the catch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogerx View Post
    Nothing in life is free, what is the catch?
    Without making any reference to the website referenced by the op, I'm sure you know that copyright lasts until (in the UK at least) 70 years after the composer's death. I use IMSLP for public domain works.
    Last edited by janxharris; May-21-2019 at 11:21.

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    Quote Originally Posted by janxharris View Post
    Without making any reference to the website referenced by the op, I'm sure you know that copyright lasts until (in the UK at least) 70 years after the composer's death. I use IMSLP for such works.

    I am not opening a link from any new member without more explanation, thats why the question .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogerx View Post
    I am not opening a link from any new member without more explanation, thats why the question .
    why are you so aggressive? you're too lazy to open the link yet you attack OP and demand an article explaining the website before entering it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zelenka View Post
    why are you so aggressive? you're too lazy to open the link yet you attack OP and demand an article explaining the website before entering it?
    You know the link is safe?

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    yeah, I am still alive as you can tell

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    Quote Originally Posted by zelenka View Post
    yeah, I am still alive as you can tell
    So you know for certain that any website posted on talkclassical is safe? Why the attitude zelenka?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogerx View Post
    I am not opening a link from any new member without more explanation, thats why the question .
    The IMSLP site is safe and useful. Thousands of composers' public domain works available in pdf format. Users scan and upload scores to the site, so the quality is variable. They ask for donations but this is voluntary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EdwardBast View Post
    The IMSLP site is safe and useful. Thousands of composers' public domain works available in pdf format. Users scan and upload scores to the site, so the quality is variable. They ask for donations but this is voluntary.
    Thank you for the kind response.

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    Looks a bit fishy to me. I noticed one of the works on that site was still in copyright protection and the copyright notice was visible on the preview (without downloading).

    Beware ... still investigating.
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