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Discussion in 'General' started by John Robson, Sep 5, 2007.

  1. John Robson

    John Robson New Member Piano Society Artist

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    Sorry, I hate to make a fool of myself again, but I guess I have to. What happened to the PDF files of scores? When I click on them, I get a page about the composer, but don't know where to find the score for the posted composition. I know I'm missing something. :oops: Please don't tell me it's a brain. I just want to find the scores again. :?
     
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    Piano Society has collaborated with International Music Score Library Project (which I think was a marvelous idea). The link you get to the composer's page has a listing of the pieces (usually grouped like they are at PS) where you can find and download the scores. Just scroll down. ;)
     
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    Couldn't say it better myself.

    I did not link directly to the scores on IMSLP (which I could if I wanted) and the reason is that they have so many different versions of a lot of compositions. I assumed the visitor wish to choose himself.
     

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