Marais: Marin. Sheet Music and Biography

Marais Sheet Music Marin Marais is famous as a virtuoso of the viol/viola de gamba and as the primary French composer for this instrument. Various instrumental versions of L,Agreable from 5 French Dances feature on our main site. Marais was born on 31st May 1656. Sadly there is not much information about his family though we do know… Read More »

Malats: Joaquin. Sheet Music and Biography

Malats Sheet Music Joaquin Malats (born 5 March 1872) was a famous composer and skilled pianist from Barcelona. We have a selection of arrangements of Joaquin Malat’s Serenata Espanola sheet music on our site for you to try. Early Life Joaquin Malats studied with Juajn Bautisa Pujol at the Conservatori Municipal de Musica de Barcelona. Following this, he… Read More »

Magnani: Aurelio. Sheet Music and Biography

Magnani Sheet Music Aurelio Magnani was born on 26 February 1856 in Longiano, Italy. He was a performer and teacher of the clarinet and a composer. Magnani wrote his ‘Méthode Complète de Clarinette’ (Method for Clarinet) and the Mazurka Caprice. You can see our Magnani sheet music collection on our site Career In 1874 Aurelio Magnani graduated from… Read More »

Massenet: Jules. Sheet music and Biography

Massenet Sheet Music Jules Massenet (born 12 May 1842) is famous as a French operatic composer during the Romantic era. We have a selection of his works arranged for different instruments on music-scores.com He is best known for his operas Manon and Werther along with solo violin for the opera Thais. Family His father was a metal worker… Read More »

Recently Added Sheet Music: 5 July 2021

Hello Music-Scorers! We hope that everyone in the USA had a great Independence Day yesterday, and all the Europeans are enjoying the football! This week Anne has added five new arrangements to music-scores.com with pieces from Johannes Brahms and Arthur Sullivan. The Last Rose of Summer is a poem by Thomas Moore and was originally set to the… Read More »

Llobet: Miguel. Sheet Music and Biography

Llobet Sheet Music Miguel Llobet was a Spanish composer and guitarist though his fame lies more in playing virtuoso guitar which paved the way for future generations of guitarists. We feature several arrangements of La Filla del Marxant  and El Testament d’Amelia on our site. You can see our Llobet sheet music collection on the site. Family and… Read More »

Yradier: Sebastián. Sheet Music and Biography

Yradier Sheet Music Sebastián Yradier (born Iradier on 20 January 1809) is one of the very few Basque composers. Yradier sheet music featured on our site includes his habanera  ‘La Paloma’. This is possibly one of the most popular Spanish songs of all time and is certainly his most popular piece. If you aren’t familiar with the name you… Read More »

Peterson-Berger: Wilhelm. Sheet Music and Biography

Peterson-Berger Sheet Music Wilhelm Peterson-Berger was a famous Swedish composer and music critic born on 27 February 1867. His most famous collection of works is Frösöblomster (‘Flowers of Frösö’) which he wrote to ‘appeal to the masses’. We have a selection of his works arranged for different instruments on music-scores.com. Early Life Peterson-Berger’s mother was an established piano player… Read More »

Recently Added Sheet Music: 21 June 2021

Hello Music-Scorers! This week Anne has been very busy creating further arrangements of her original piece VaMoose, along with arrangements of music by Elgar and Sousa and Peterson Berger. All recent updates can be found here on music-scores.com and the latest ones are detailed below: Christopherson: Vamoose: This is all about a moose as he goes about his… Read More »

Sousa: John Philip. Sheet Music and Biography

Sousa Sheet Music John Philip Sousa (born on 6th November 1854) was an American bandmaster and composer in the late Romantic era, known as ‘The March King’. He composed one hundred and thirty-six military marches. His most famous pieces include Stars and Stripes Forever, which is the National March of the USA, and Semper Fidelis which is also… Read More »