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Two great resources for score study

Discussion in 'Score Study Resources' started by Casey Edwards, Jul 2, 2017.

  1. Probably the most notable/well-known is IMSLP.org, which features tons of scores from the public domain.

    Another lesser-known resource for score study is the NY Phil digital archives: http://archives.nyphil.org/

    It also has a pretty decent catalog of scores to view that I have had a hard time finding on imslp in the past. The only cons to this place is that it's site-ready only (no pdf download) and also has some obstructive watermarks. That being said, if you're in a pinch and really care, you'll find it more than a little useful. Some of the scores even have notes from the conductors that used them, which is also kind of cool if that's your thing.
  2. +1 for NY Phil's archives. The inability to download is a pain, but the markings from the conductor are a treat.

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