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Seeking Traditional sheet music 
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I started playing the viola as a hobby and have reached a level of proficiency where I am seeking sheet music.

The viola is in the male-tenor vocal range- I can read both alto as well as treble clefs. Do any of you have any songs and websites you can direct me?


Mon Sep 05, 2016 5:11 am
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https://musopen.org/sheetmusic/

I play the violin and the viola d'amore (although I don't own the latter at present)

The above link is one of several on-line depositories of sheet music. Much is out of copyright, some of it comprises of scans of music that has never been printed. Last month I downloaded two sonatas for viol d'amore by Antonio Vivaldi which were scans of his original score, they have never been edited or published.

good luck with your studies, string instruments are difficult to learn, especially as an adult (I started when I was 4, over 40 years ago) but it is good to persevere.
All good things require effort.


Fri Sep 09, 2016 11:15 am
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Since wyrd does fit at the musical stave making fifteen intersections at each staff, and twenty-five total when overlapped perpendicularly at five common intersections along Isa that could be important to the awareness of wyrd (homophone whirred and word) as a foundational component here


Thu Oct 20, 2016 12:08 am
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Ricohard wrote:
https://musopen.org/sheetmusic/

I play the violin and the viola d'amore (although I don't own the latter at present)

The above link is one of several on-line depositories of sheet music. Much is out of copyright, some of it comprises of scans of music that has never been printed. Last month I downloaded two sonatas for viol d'amore by Antonio Vivaldi which were scans of his original score, they have never been edited or published.

good luck with your studies, string instruments are difficult to learn, especially as an adult (I started when I was 4, over 40 years ago) but it is good to persevere.
All good things require effort.


Thank you for your kindness, sorry for the delay- I am combing through months of threads I missed right now and just came to this. This is wonderful!


Sun Feb 05, 2017 4:09 pm
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