A large collection of a wide variety of sheet music.
A handy site that allows for searching for public domain music.
Consider this an introductory post to James’ musical literacy project. In recent weeks, I have dedicated a large amount of my time towards becoming a literate musician. That is to say, I’m determined to be able to write and site-read musical notation. I am already, what I would consider to be, a competent musician and guitarist but one of the things that has always bothered me and has limited my growth as a musician is that I cannot write or site-read musical notation. I have a rudimentary knowledge of the bass and treble staffs and can, with some thought and calculation, determine notes on the staffs. However, my ability to hear and perform what is written on paper is weak at best. Continue reading Introduction to a Musician’s Literacy
Web site that is a great starting point for creating sheet music and performing music from video games.
This was the first “Songs About Everyday Life” songs that I wrote. . . Well, it’s the only one. It was tougher than I thought to write a bunch of songs about nothing. I had a mustache that was pretty big at this time and it drove me nuts. Hence, the Mustache Song.
Because I want to learn more about song structure and want to be able to use my website to store links to specific web pages that I like.
Because I want to learn about rhyme schemes and this seemed like a great, free resource.