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    Free Sheet Music

    Add requests and links to free sheet music to this thread.
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    Free scores (mainly Baroque and Renaissance) at Partitura Organum

    Originally posted by Admin View Post
    Add requests and links to free sheet music to this thread.
    I just release a new (free) edition of work by Simon Lohet. http://partitura.org/index.php/simon...g-organ-works/

    The composer-index (as well as the scores-index) gives access to lots of other scores.

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      #3
      IMSLP (Petrucci Music Library) is a great place to find almost any public domain classical music you would ever want or need. It is not limited to organ music.

      http://www.imslp.org

      The University of Rochester's Music Library (Sibley) is also available online here: https://urresearch.rochester.edu/vie...ollectionId=25

      Michael
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        #4
        I just release a new (free) edition of works by Johann Schneider. Johann Schneider (1702 – 1788) was a German organist, violinist and composer. Around 1720 he became a keyboard pupil of J.S. Bach. Besides keyboard with Bach, he studied violin with Johann Gottlieb Graun. In 1729 Schneider became organist of the Nicolaikirche in Leipzig. He remained in this position for the rest of his career. Schneider enjoyed a reputation as a truly great organist.

        It can be found here: http://partitura.org/index.php/johan...-mus-ms-30377/

        Most of the works contained in this edition are not acailable on imslp and are new to the public domain.

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          #5
          I like to check https://musescore.com. Everything is user contributed for free. So, some original compositions and arrangements are not very good, but a lot of public domain music has been transcribed and posted. Lots of people have put together some very good arrangements and interpretations of a lot of popular music.
          Also, the Musescore notation program can be downloaded from https://musescore.org. If I can't find exactly what I'm looking for, I'll download something close and then edit it.

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          • andyg
            andyg commented
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            As with Wiki, the content is only as good or as accurate as the person who uploaded it, so there are some shockers to be found. But there is a lot of good stuff too.

            As well as importing into the musesecore app itself for editing, you can also download in xml format, which is readable by other notation apps such as Sibelius and Finale. You'll have to do a bit of formatting, but you're going to be editing it anyway! And if you just want to print out and not edit at all, then you can download in pdf format.

            Musescore is now on version 3 for 64-bit operating systems, and to be honest, does a better job than the free version of Sibelius, called Sibelius First. Many of the key commands are the same and the way of working is similar in some respects to both Finale and Sibelius.

            Well worth a look!

          #6
          For whoever is interested: Ernst Friedrich Richter's Trio's opus 20 are available as a new Edition: http://partitura.org/index.php/ernst...organ-opus-20/

          Tomorrow I'll start a series of publications that will eventually lead up to publication of an Edition of Johann Scheibe's keyboard Partita's. Keep an eye on
          http://partitura.org/index.php/category/scores/

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            #7
            Has anybody got a piece of sheet music called easter hymn from cavallaria rusticana by pietro mascagni,if so would appreciate a copy sent to my email.thanks.
            my email is [email address removed as per forum rules. members can contact Maurice with a comment or by PM. Andy G - Moderator]

            regards

            maurice
            Last edited by andyg; 04-28-2019, 01:11 AM.

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            • myorgan
              myorgan commented
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              Originally posted by unsworth
              Has anybody got a piece of sheet music called easter hymn from cavallaria rusticana by pietro mascagni
              Maurice,

              Have you ever heard of IMSLP? You may find your piece here:
              https://imslp.org/wiki/Cavalleria_ru...gni%2C_Pietro).

              Michael

            • voet
              voet commented
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              The site that Myorgan references has the complete score of his Cavalleria Rusticana, however, there is nothing there titled "Easter Hymn." Perhaps someone took one of the movements and gave it that name. I suggest you look at IMSLP and check it out.

            • samibe
              samibe commented
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              I downloaded the arrangement for organ on IMSLP and played through it. It is very pleasant. I'll probably use it for prelude next month. I'm not sure if it is the one Maurice was looking for, but thanks for the lead.

            #8
            Originally posted by unsworth View Post
            Has anybody got a piece of sheet music called easter hymn from cavallaria rusticana by pietro mascagni
            You've picked such a familiar piece the sky's the limit. First step IMHO: verify the title -- Youtube and Wikipedia say yes and indicate a text, 'Regina Coeli'. Second: trying my magic formula on it via Advanced Google* surprisingly doesn't bring any obvious results in IMSLP etc -- truly bizarre -- but other possibilities such as a nice cheap piano solo edition from Oxford University Press per m.free-scores.com.

            Other possibilities grow on trees. This page is linked below the opera's Wikipedia page, right as rain
            https://imslp.org/wiki/Cavalleria_ru...cagni,_Pietro)
            Twilight Zone, continued: I don't see the hymn listed among the 57 arrangements tabbed at the top of the Sheet Music section, but there are piano arrangements of the entire opera for you to page through. If the popular Intermezzo from the the opera is the same as (or contains) the complete Hymn, much easier -- much similar repetition in Wagner. .

            *keywords in 1st box, exact phrase in the 2nd, free score single domain names in the 3rd. Voilà, your modest request has brought the greatest music-grabbing tool into Organforum for the first time

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              #9
              Sorry to be late to the show. I do remember the Easter Hymn fro Cav because my mother had a 7” single with Maria Callas. Now I remember the words were something like O Signore..... the reason it is called the Easter hymn is because the opera takes place Easter Sunday. The chorus sing the hymn in the church and the main women singers sing outside. I don’t know what they sing but I do believe that O signore relates to risen lord..... hence what the chorus sings is the Hymn and the main singers continue the story around it or the fight that is about to happen..... but like the scene fro Peter Grimes called Sunday morning. But look at the main score page 64 it says Choer in Kirch or choir in church that is the scene that contains the Easter hymn.

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