Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Back to School!

Are your kids dour and less energetic than usual? Is traffic a little bit worse in your neighborhood? Finding yourself buying strange things like scientific calculators, protractors, and graph paper?

You guessed it… it’s time for Back to School! You have the class schedule; the materials for math, science, English; the instrument you’ve rented… but do you have the sheet music you need? What composers and works are appropriate? Where to start?

If your aspiring musician is looking for music to perform in festivals and contests, you may need to look at the Classic Festival Solos collection. These are graded works, from beginning to advanced skill levels, available in a wide variety of music styles. All works on our site are legal originals that can be used in recitals and other adjudicated settings.

The Reader’s Digest Digital Songbook Archive includes a number of popular songs and other favorites. These are excellent for beginning musicians looking for artistry in their education.

Our collection of Schott works includes a huge number of Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and 20th Century works. These are the conventional pieces many aspiring musicians will learn over the course of their development.

The Suzuki catalog is an extremely important source of educational music. We have individual titles with the corresponding piano accompaniments from the famous method books.

Looking for something entirely different? How about something fun, like music from the Schoolhouse Rock cartoons? Educational, but in a different way…!

What music are you purchasing for Back to School? Let us know!

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