Webinar recording: Where do I find sheet music, and at what price?

In this recording of our webinar (original event 8 March 2024), we talked about the options available to members for sourcing sheet music.

Music groups that use sheet music have limited budgets, yet like to play and sing a varied repertoire. Sourcing sheet music is a complicated juggling act between their artistic ambitions and their available budget, between the need to keep their participants interested and stretched and serving their audiences. In this event, we covered the entire ecosystem of sheet music suppliers, from free, to public, to online suppliers, to more traditional music publishers.

We heard from:

The views represented by the speakers in this webinar are their own, and do not represent the views of Making Music.

Useful links:

  • Download the presentation slides from this event
  • Encore21 - union catalogue of choral and orchestral performance sets held by libraries in Great Britain; search the database without needing to login
  • ArrangeMe - owned and operated by Hal Leonard, this global platform enables songwriters, composers, and arrangers to sell their arrangements of popular songs, public domain works, and original compositions through the world's most-popular sheet music retailers

If you have any questions about this event topic, please contact info@makingmusic.org.uk

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