Allegro Academia de Musica

 

Archivos de partituras

 

  • Ickingvic
  • La Folia, a musical cathdral - a web site edited by Paul Gabler as an effort to list all derivations and interpretations of the famous theme La Folia. Contains many on-line note examples, some of them accompanied by MIDI files. The web site is dedicated to the memory of Werner Icking
  • The Choral Public Domain Library - a large archive of free choral music. Most scores are available in pdf format and accompanied by source files in many different formats like Finale, Sibelius, MUP, M-tx,PMX etc.
  • International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP) - a WIKI site offering scanned in public domain scores.
  • Johan Tufvesson's free sheet music archive Library - instrumental music from the 17th and 1th century typeset with PMX. Scores are available in postscript and pdf format.
  • M.A.B. Soloists's free sheet music archive Library - vocal music from the 10th - 20th century typeset with MusiXTeX. The scores are available in postscript format packed in zip files with accompanying typesetting source files.
  • Atrium Maucamedi - N. Nakamura's website for Medieval Music. The free of charge scores, typeset with M-Tx, PMX and MusiXTeX, are available in pdf format. Typesetting source files are available as well.
  • Canto Ambrosiano - Giovanni Vianini's website for Ambrosian chant. The free of charge scores, available in pdf format, are typeset in square note notation using St. Meinrad fonts software.
  • Acadia Early Music Archive - Gordon Callons archive of instrumental and vocal music from renaissance and baroque, typeset with Score and Sibelius. Scores are available in postscript format.
  • Neue Mozart-Ausgabe: Digitized Version - an online edition of all compositions by W.A.Mozart.
  • MusicaStorica - a forum for music lost and found. Contains instrumental music from 17th - 19th century typeset with Finale. Scores are available in pdf format.
  • www.baroquemusic.it - Mario Bolognani's archive of baroque music urtext editions prepared from original sources. The scores, typeset with LilyPond, are available in pdf format wuth accompanying MIDI files.
  • copy-us - an internet publishing house for contemporary music. The archive is edited by composers and offers free of charge pdf scores.
  • Paulinyi: violinist and composer - an archive containing compositions by Zoltan Paulinyi. The free of charge pdf scores are edited by the composer.
  • Dietrich Lohff - an archive containing compositions by Dietrich Lohff. The free of charge pdf scores are edited by the composer.
  • The web site of the composer Leo Ornstein - the site offers free-of-charge scores by the composer.
  • DichMusik - Arne Dich's archive of arrangements and compositions.
  • Benjamin Crowell's archive of Arrangements for strings
  • Anitta Sound and Music - John Jacobsen's archive of compositions and arrangements. The free of charge pdf scores are edited with Finale by the composer.
  • Compositions and arrangements for piano by Robert Lavigne. The free of charge pdf scores are edited by the composer.
  • Calm-Down-Corner - Michael Odenkirchen's archive of piano scores. The intentionally short pieces can offer a change from the classical teaching material and are also suitable for electric piano and keybord resp. rhythm accompaniment.
  • Max Brezhestovski's archive of Cubase SX Project files and scores in PDF.
  • Project Runeberg, music section - elder Swedish music. Scores available in postscript and pdf format typeset with PMX, accompanied by source files
  • Musikdenkmäler der Frühen Neuzeit - Cosimo Stawiarski's an archive of baroque music. The scores, typeset with Finale, are available in pdf format
  • Órgãos de Portugal - score section manged by Nuno Carmona offering organ music scores by Portuguese composers.
  • Transcriptions of Works by J. S. Bach - Peter Bækgaard's web site with transcriptions for organ. Contains scores in pdf format typeset with Finale.
  • JSBChorales.net - Margaret Greentree's archive of chorale settings by Johann Sebastian Bach.
  • Harry Wimmer's online facsimiles of The "Anna Magdalena" manuscripts, the 6 cello suites and the G-Minor lute suite by Johann Sebastian Bach.
  • A web site dedicated to the German baroque composer Thomas Kaiser Quantz (1706-?) - offers scores and mp3 files.
  • Flute and Organ - John Bladen's web site with mp3 recordings and scores in pdf format typeset with Sibelius.
  • Ottaviano Petrucci - Arnold J.M. den Teuling's web site on early keyboard music. Contains scores in pdf format typeset with Encore.
  • Arnold J.M. den Teuling's web site on Gregorian chant. Contains scores in pdf format typeset with Encore and comprehensive introductory articles.
  • Bicinium - Andrea Bornstein's archive of two-part, renaissance- and baroque compositions. Contains scores in pdf format typeset with Finale.
  • Recorder Music arranged by Love Schubert
  • Harmer Recorder Music, Daniel Harmer's archive of music adapted for recorders.
  • Paul Butler's Collection of Early Music arranged for instruments.
  • Steve Hendricks Music Collection - renaissance dance music
  • Computerized Mensural Music Editing - a scholarly initiative to offer free online access to new, high-quality early music scores produced by today's leading experts.
  • Hans Mons's archive of sheet music for curtals and bassoons. Contains scores in pdf format typeset with Capella.
  • Hans Mons's archive of Free Early Music sheet music archive. Contains scores in pdf format typeset with Capella.
  • Gregor & Taube - archive of Gregorian chant in square note and neume notation.
  • Jay Lichtmann's archive of Brass Music scores.
  • Codices Electronici Sangallenses (CESG) - on-line facsimiles of medieval codices in the Abbey Library of St. Gallen
  • Codex Guelf 287 Extrav - on-line facsimiles of The Wolfenbuttel Chansonnier
  • Musica Sacra - Church Music Association of America's archive of Gregorian chant.
  • Quilisma Publications - large archive of church music.
  • Eva Toller's Musical arrangements for choir - scores available in pdf format accompanied by MIDI files. Scores typeset with Magix Notation and Finale Allegro. Finale source files available on request for a modest fee.
  • cipoo.net - public domain choral music.
  • Music originally composed for mandolin, mandolino or other wire-strung plucked instruments collected and transcribed by John Goodin
  • The Musick Cabinet, Carl Willetts's collection of 18-19 century music, mostly for flute. The scores are facsimiles of the original printings.
  • Giedde's Collection, a collection of 18th century flute music kept at The Royal Library, Copenhagen, Denmark. The complete collection is available as facsimiles.
  • The Clarinet Institute of Los Angeles PDF archives - David Schorr's web archive offers music for clarinet, mostly scanned-in facsimiles of out-of-copyright editions.
  • Ray Izumi's The Harpsichord Music of Antonio Soler - offers scores in pdf format along with MIDI- and mp3 sound files.
  • Pierre Gouin and Sylvain Chosson's Jacques Duphly, claveciniste français - contains the complete harpsichord music of the composer Jacques Du Phly (or Duphly). Scores are available in pdf format.
  • Nancho Alvarez's Tomás Luis de Victoria - contains music by Victoria and other Spanish composers. Scores, typeset with Lilypond, are available in pdf format. The archive also offers on-line facsimiles of selected original sources.
  • Alan Cowderoy's complete on-line facsimile edition of Brunetes ou petits airs tendres avec les doubles et la basse continue; mélées de chansons a danser vol. 1, 2 and 3 published by Christophe Ballard, Paris 1703, 1704 and 1711.
  • Alan Cowderoy's complete on-line facsimile edition of Tendresses Bacchiques ou Duo et Trio melez de petits airs tendres ou à boire des meilleurs auteurs published by Christophe Ballard, Paris 1712.
  • Alan Cowderoy's complete on-line facsimile edition of Les Airs Spirituels de Mr de Bacilly vol. 1 and 2, Paris 1688.
  • Robert M. Keller's on-line facsimile edition of John Playford's The Dancing Master.
  • Peter Billam's free sheet note archive of compositions and arrangements - typeset with his own music typesetting program muscript. Scores are available in pdf format.
  • Music editions by Christoph Dalitz - own compositions and a few early music edtions, typeset with flabc, abctab2ps and MUP.
  • The Recorder Player's Page containing sheet note recorder music by various composers and arrangers.
  • Alain Naigeon's renaissance music web site - including renaissance music scores suitable for recorders, typeset with Encore.
  • Philip Perry's Rosebay Bass Recorder Music Archive. Scores are available in pdf format.
  • Yann Le Gallic's Partitions pour ensemble de Flutes, an archive of recorder music. Scores are available in pdf format.
  • Cécile Huneau's CH music, an archive of baroque music scores for recorder and flute typeset with PrintMusic 2004. Scores are available in pdf format.
  • Art Song Central - David Newman's archive of standard vocal repertoire. The archive contains new engravings and scanned in scores.
  • Ensemble Arenaï's web site - vocal music from the renaissance, mostly French. Scores avaible in pdf format, most of them typeset with Finale, a few of them with source file.
  • Vocal music scores offered by the vocal ensemble Canticum Antiquum.
  • The web site of the choir La Note Sensible - vocal music from the renaissance. Scores avaible in pdf format.
  • The web site of the female choir Ensemble Vocal Féminin Musili - vocal music for female choir from the renaissance. Scores avaible in pdf format.
  • The web site of the vocal ensemble Grupo Vocal Sólo Voces - vocal music from the renaissance. Scores avaible in pdf format.
  • Jean-Baptiste Lully, musicien du Roy - offers compositions by Lully in modern editions and facsimiles of original printings.
  • Greg Lindahl's SCA Medieval and Renaissance Music Homepage.
  • Coppini Edition - contrafacta of secular music from Monteverdi and other composers, edited and typeset with Finale by Jens Peter Jacobsen. Scores are available in pdf format.
  • Oliver Nicholson's small archive of sheet music typeset with Finale. Scores are available in pdf format.
  • RoDeby Music church sheet music archive managed by Rod Mather. Scores available in pdf format
  • Helmut Kickton's kreuznacher-diakonie-kantorei archive, contains vocal and instrumental, sacred and secular music.
  • Manfreds Notenpool Manfred Hößl's archive of vocal and instrumental, 19th century church music. The scores are availabe as zipped Finale files. Selected PDF scores are available in CPDL
  • Muenster-Musik.de - the archive of the Freundeskreis zur Förderung der Kirchenmusik e.V. contains modern editions of music preserved in the libary of the Stiftskirche Lindau, Germany. The scores are typeset with Finale and are available in pdf format.
  • The Society for Creative Anachronism sheet music search engine - dance music scores typeset with the various music editing software. Scores are available in pdf format, most of them accompanied by source files.
  • The Mutopia Project - sheet music typeset with the GNU Lilypond typesetting utility. Scores available in postscript and pdf.
  • The Gutenberg Sheet Music Subproject - scores available as typesetting source files or in pdf format.
  • Muse Data - An Electronic Library Of Music Scores.
  • RowyNet - Rowy van Hest's online archive of classical music scores. The archive contains new editions and scanned-in, out-of-copyright scores and also offers a facility for searching sheet music from multiple on-line archives.
  • Arno Rog CMS Site - an archive of church music.
  • iEspaña - FREESCORES - instrumental and vpcal music from various periods.
  • free-scores.com - Victor Reny's archive of free to download classical music scores.
  • Laymusic - Laura Conrad's archive of early music part books typeset with Abc and Lilypond. Parts are available in pdf format.
  • Tingluti - Danish association for folk music. The website offers folk music scores from many countries.
  • Classical guitar sheet music - Jean-François Delcamp's archive of free classical guitar music scores. The scores, typeset with Finale and NotePad, are available in pdf format.
  • CreativeGuitar.org - Alexandru Cohaniuc's archive of free classical guitar music scores. The archive offers scanned-in, out-of-copyright scores.
  • Stefan Niggl's Transcriptions for guitar
  • ABC Archive Of Early Music - Taco Walstra's archive of lute music typeset with the program abctab2ps. There are tablatures as well as note notated music. The scores are available as postscript packed in zip files.
  • Sarge Gerbode's Lute Page offers lute pieces in French tablature incl. pdf and MIDI
  • Julián Navarro's large archive of music for plugged instruments; mostly renaissance- and baroque tablatures, but also newer music in modern notation. The archives also offers facsimiles.
  • Indiana University's Musical Scores for on-line browsing.
  • University of Rochester's large on-line archive of scanned in public domain scores.
  • SheetMusicFox - a large archive of public domain, scanned in scores. The scores are available in pdf format.
  • Cantorion - Sheet music and concert listings.
  • Musopen's archive of public domain, scanned in scores.
  • Music Autralia's archive of public domain, scanned in scores.
  • Duke University Library's collection of public domain, scanned in scores.
  • The Internet Archive's small collection of public domain, scanned in scores with accompanying sound files.
  • Kreusch Sheet Music - Marcus and Katharina Kreusch's archive of free scanned-in scores.
  • Free Sheet Music Archive - an archive of public domain scores such as organ music by J.S.Bach and D.Buxtehude. The scores are available in pdf format.
  • Musica Viva's list of links to free classical music scores.
  • Medieval Music & Arts Foundation's - list of links to free early music scores.
  • TUNEdb - an online searchable database of traditional tunes
  • ClassicaLand - Alessandro Simonetto's archive of free scores.
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