The Music Library For

This Music Library contains all the pieces you can find on this website. The music selection offers all multi-page PDF or PNG files which are easily downloaded and printed. This listing will be continually updated as new pieces are added.

[At the bottom of the page, you will find a link to 2 libraries with extensive music selections form all over the world, which can be a fantastic resource for finding scores and recordings for all kinds of great music.  If your intentions were to find a massive library with thousands of selections, this would be a good choice.]

For purchasing music, I recommend Sheet Music, where you can find all varieties of music.  Piano music of all levels is available for purchase.

The great thing about our digital age is that now you can connect to just about any library in the world.  If you are searching for a piece of music, some library in the world might have it.  I've found that the university library system provides some of the best music resources to anyone with a computer and an internet connection.  Not only should you not hesitate to use it, but you can have a lot of fun using it.

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Music Library: Melodies For Two Hands

Burlesque in C (The "B" in S.A.C.B)

Burlesque (with chords, alberti bass, and walking octaves)

Mid-Elementary Piano Music

The Chicken Dance

Minuet in G, by J.S. Bach

Minuet in G Minor, by J.S. Bach

Spinning Song, by Albert Elmenreich

Intermediate/Late-Intermediate Piano Music

Early-Advanced Piano Music

Sonata No.14 (Opus 27, no.2), 1st movement  -"Moonlight"-, by Beethoven

The Entertainer, by Scott Joplin

Christmas Music

More extensive music resources:

If you are searching for recordings or music transcriptions to play on the piano, you may be able to find what you are looking for with this link.  Here you will find tons of free music scores, as well as plenty of recordings so that you can hear the many of the pieces.  The search can be fun and educational, so visit this library, or university libraries often.

-click here for to go to the Petrucci Music Library-

Indiana University

Serious about playing the piano?

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A guide to building a solid and complete piano-playing foundation.

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Looking for some piano music?

I have found Sheet Music Plus to be a fantastic resource for piano books & other materials.  And they have instant digital downloads for thousands of individual pieces.

Need A Metronome?

Here's the metronome I prefer to use for practicing the piano:

Seiko Sq50-V Quartz Metronome

(Clicking on the picture will take you to the "Musician's Friend" website. A new window will open.)

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