Online Score Sources

    The following list contains online sources to musical scores. EMA neither endorses nor vouches for the quality of any editions found on the following web sites. These links are offered as a convenience to EMA Members.

    A-R Editions, Inc. Online Music Anthology
    An online resource for music history instruction.

    International Music Score Library Project
    A music library to provide music scores free of charge to anyone with internet access.

    Free Sheet Music Guide
    A metasite listing various free on-line sources of music.

    Choral Public Domain Library
    The largest on-line source of Renaissance vocal music. Indices by composer, country, period.
    Indexed by composer.

    Online resource for sheet music and more.
    Offers Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, and a few Classical works.

    Acadia Early Music Archive
    Offers some facsimiles as well as scores.

    Werner Icking Music Archive
    The Werner Icking Music Archive contains a miscellany of subject-specific musical material.

    Christian Mondrup
    Recorder music maintained by Christian Mondrup and Annette Mondrup.

    Art Levine
    Editions of 15th and 16th century music

    Steve Hendrick's Music Collection
    Use of this music can be freely used for educational/SCA (re-enactment) use.

    Johan Tufvesson
    Sheet music of the 17th and 18th centuries.

    Hans Mons
    Editions of selected Renaissance and Baroque pieces.
    Archive of free scores of Baroque music.

    Lute music, both scores and facsimiles

    Luth – Librairie
    Free music in lute tablature.

    Ottaviano Petrvcci
    Arnold J.M. den Teuling's web site on early keyboard music. Contains scores in pdf format typeset with Encore.

    Early Italian Baroque Library
    GIFs for keyboards and voice

    The Bononcini Project
    A website devoted to composer Giovanni Bononcini (1670-1747), with the first complete catalogue of works and other resources.

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