Tuesday, November 23, 2010

More Fun with the Petrucci Library

If you haven't been over to the Petrucci Library for a while, you will be surprised to see that they have started organizing their music (now 78,000 scores) in a most useful way. I particularly like the Genre category, where you can search directly for PDF scores and parts for polkas, melodramas, or passemezzos. You can also search by instrument and get your own copy of "Funny Sings for the Ukelele," which includes all the verses and the chorus for this classic by Septimus Winner:

[Make sure to click twice for a larger view.]


Jason said...

Surprisingly, I am not that impressed with the current organization of it. I really liked how it was before. I'll check it out more!

Michael Leddy said...

R. Crumb would love that lettering and cartooning.

Anonymous said...

Merton Music Publishing has also added their collection to IMSLP

about the project:


the collection:


David Wolfson said...

Thank you for that, Eileen. Made my day.