Category Archives: Composers

Corelli Sheet Music

Corelli Sheet Music and Biography Arcangelo Corelli was an Italian violinist and composer during the Baroque period.  He was born in Italy on 17 February 1653 – a full generation before Handel and Bach. We have a number of arrangements of his Trio Sonata and his Giga from Sonata in D minor, Op. 5 A trio sonata is… Read More »

Brahms Sheet Music

Brahms Sheet Music and Biography Johannes Brahms was a German composer and pianist, born in Hamburg on 7th May 1833.  Such was his presence that he is often grouped with Bach and Beethoven to be known as the ‘Three B’s’ We have several of the original version of his popular Lullaby along with various arrangements. We have over… Read More »

Handel Sheet Music

Handel Sheet Music and Biography George Frideric Handel is regarded as one of the greatest composers of the late Baroque era and we have many arrangements of Handel sheet music on These include The Messiah, Water Music Suites, Music for the Royal Fireworks, and the Arrival of the Queen of Sheba. Life and Family Handel was born… Read More »

Paganini Sheet Music

Paganani Sheet Music and Biography Niccolò Paganini was an Italian violinist, violist, guitarist, and composer.  Born in Genoa on 27th October 1782, he was taught by his rather strict father – apparently, if he didn’t complete the required number of hours practising he was not allowed to eat! His most famous works include Opus 1 Caprice for virtuoso violin.… Read More »

Chopin Sheet Music

Chopin Sheet Music and Biography Frédéric Chopin was a Polish-French composer and pianist from the Romantic Era. Born either on 22nd February or 1st March 1810 in a town near Warsaw he showed musical promise from an early age. We have many of his popular pieces including Op. 9 No.2 Nocturne, Op.28, No.07 Prelude no. 7 in A, Op.23… Read More »

Mozart Sheet Music

Mozart Sheet Music and Biography Mozart is one of the most popular classical composers.  If you ask anyone they are likely to know at least one of his pieces (even if they don’t know its name!). His many works include Ah, Vous Dirai-je, Maman, Rondo Alla Turca (Turkish March), Elvira Madigan, his famous Horn Concerto, and of course… Read More »