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Classical Scores Library II
Complements and expands on Classical Scores Library with a new focus on major composers not represented in the first collection; new contemporary self published scores by major living composers around the world; and critical editions of compositions that are lesser known but often studied.

Library Music Source
This is the online version of the CD Sheet Music and Orchestra Musician’s CD-ROM Library CD-ROMs. The music is selected from out-of-copyright standard editions from publishers such as Breitkopf and Hartel, C.F. Peters, G. Schirmer, Carl Fischer, G. Ricordi, Durand and many others. The editorial staff for CD Sheet Music has chosen the best edition available for each work.

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Classical Scores Library II: New Content

Alexander Street Press has added 650 scores (20,418 pages) to Classical Scores Library Volume II.

New scores include content from Faber Music, Wirripang, and a wide variety of never before been published individual composers. Newly published composers include: Huck Hodge, Thomas Oboe Lee, Matt Malsky, Thomas Reiner, Yotam Haber, Moya Henderson, Katia Tiutiunnik, Marc Yeats, and more.

New content from Faber includes scores by Julian Anderson, Benjamin Britten, and Frank Bridge.

New content from Wirripang includes scores by Houston Dunleavy, John Spence, Paul Paviour, Frank Millward, Miriam Beatrice Hyde, Larry Sitsky, May Howlett, Vincent Giles, Phillip Wilcher, and more.

We’ve also released more scores from The Symphony 1720-1840 series from Garland Publishing/Barry S. Brook Center.

Classical Scores Library Volume II now contains 1,261 scores/37,158 pages.

American Song: New Content

American Song
212 albums (4,467 tracks) from Archeophone Records, Appleseed Records, Mark Custom, Rebel, Sun, and Tompkins Square Records. Content includes new releases of bluegrass, boogie-woogie, country, traditional gospel, marching band music, and more.

New albums include:
*Fly Down Little Bird (Pete and Peggy Seeger)
*Reagan of Illinois: A Symphony to Celebrate the Centennial of President Ronald Reagan’s Birth
*Let the Light Shine Down: A Gospel Tribute to Bill Monroe
*Out on the Open West (Frank Fairfield)
*Let’s Make a Better World! Live in Leipzig (James Booker)