Hi There I have just returned from a couple of weeks in Europe (Belgium, Holland and France). Whilst visiting the Flanders Museum in Ypres, Belgium I came across a guy playing the bells via a type of organ .. called a Carillon. Extract from Flanders Museum Website: Playing the carillon, the heaviest of all instruments (some weigh in… Read More »
Have a little laugh at the expense of the conductors amongst us (no offence to any conductors reading this!).. and please feel free to comment… .
When we originally started way back in 1999 our site was just for members. Around 10 years ago we allowed customers to buy individual pieces as we thought it would be a good opportunity to introduce them to the potential benefits of using the site. After some discussion amongst the team we are now going back to our… Read More »
Last week I was sat drinking a medium soya latte (in my new recyclable Costa cup!) in Cafe Nero people watching. In the background, there were the relaxing sounds of classical music. The ambiance was dare I say arty, civilised… overall just very pleasant. I am not sure that everyone was aware of the music playing as they… Read More »
Here are some of our Christmas Music favourites: O Holy Night or Cantique de Noel – 47 Arrangements Carol of the Bells – 47 arrangements God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen – for flute, violin or mixed ensemble Plus we have a large selection of Free Christmas Sheet Music
Here at Music Scores we like to do things a little differently and as the 12 days of Christmas approaches we would like to count with you using our music associated connections to the original version. The first day of Christmas is on the 25th December until and including 4th January. Below is the original version of the… Read More »
This is an interesting article illustrating the diversity of classical music and its popularity in areas that you wouldn’t necessarily expect. https://www.newstatesman.com/culture/music-theatre/2017/11/why-classical-purists-should-start-taking-video-game-music-seriously Media reports that classical music is dying, however millions of people are listening to hours of contemporary classical music every week, often without being aware of it…How? They are listening whilst playing video games. One of our Facebook… Read More »