Classical Summer Melodies

Learning the Melodies of Classical Music in the Sun Discover the world of summer melodies in classical music. The warmth of the sunshine presents a wonderful opportunity to explore and play captivating pieces that align with the lively energy of summer. In this blog post, we invite you to join us on a musical journey, where we’ll explore… Read More »

Tips and Techniques for Playing Moonlight Sonata

Mastering Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata – A Comprehensive Guide Welcome to our guide on how to play Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata. People have loved this famous piece of music for a long time. Whether you’re a pianist who wants to learn it or just someone curious about how to play it, this guide is here to help you. We’ll provide… Read More »

The UK National Anthem

God Save The King Following the death of Queen Elizabeth II and the ascension of King Charles III, the UK National Anthem has been played a good deal recently. As we look ahead to the coronation some time in the future, Anne has published the sheet music for the UK National Anthem for the first time on music-scores.… Read More »

Coronation of King Charles III

Classical Sheet Music for the Coronation Ceremony Music plays a significant role in the coronation ceremonies of the United Kingdom, which mark the formal crowning of a new monarch. These ceremonies are steeped in tradition. They are accompanied by a rich repertoire of music, ranging from choral works to orchestral compositions. Coronation Day His Majesty King Charles III… Read More »

Contemporary Composers

Contemporary Composers on Although we focus on classical sheet music from composers whose works are in the public domain, we do have permission to publish a few works by some talented comtemporary composers. Andrew Baldwin – New Zealander Andrew Baldwin (b.1986) is a graduate of the Royal College of Music, London and the New Zealand School of… Read More »

Spring Sheet Music 2023

Sheet Music for Spring and Easter April has arrived and spring with it. This time of new beginning makes us think about what spring sheet music we can share with you as we head towards Easter. Here in the UK the spring flowers are out, the fruit trees are beginning to blossom and the new lambs are in… Read More »

How To Play Für Elise

Easy Für Elise for Beginner Piano In this article we hope to give you some hints and tips on how to play Für Elise. You will most probably recognise this piece of music by Beethoven as soon as you hear it. The first nine notes are the giveaway! Although this piece is commonly known as Für Elise, officially… Read More »

Spanish Classical Composers

Famous Spanish Classical Composers For this post we take a brief look at the famous Spanish classical composers featured on our site along with a selection of their works. Many of the Spanish composers listed here are from the late Romantic period when nationalist music was becoming more popular. Spanish classical music has been heavily influenced over time… Read More »

Ave Maria – Wedding Favorite

Hail Mary! – so many versions Still on the theme of weddings – well it is St Valentine’s Day, we explore a little about this ancient prayer. Origins Ave Maria or Hail Mary! is a Roman Catholic prayer addressing the Virgin Mary. The prayer in its original state has been known since 6th century. Originally spoken or chanted… Read More »

Wedding Sheet Music

Classical Sheet Music for Your Wedding It’s the time of year when we at music-scores start thinking about the wedding sheet music we have on the site. St Valentine’s Day is coming up in a few weeks time and we’re sure many of you will proposing to your loved ones. Or you may be the person who will… Read More »