Today I’d like to talk about a brand new project: LearnMusicSheets. If you are a music teacher, or are learning music, you have no doubt searched the internet looking for music score PDFs. Examples of music scores are major and minor scales, arpeggios, or even some blank manuscript. I’ve searched before for scores to present in my lessons, but have so far been unable to find scores with a suitable level of quality. Specifically, I’m looking for no copyright notices, no badly notated scores, and comprehensive. Instead, often I find scores with horrible jazz Sibelius music fonts, inconsistent naming, or obscene fingerings notation. On the rare occasion that I find a sheet typeset half-decently, it is often incomplete and doesn’t contain all the relevant exercises.
So I have taken the time to notate various music scores for learning piano and music in general. These music scores are all typeset beautifully using the Lilypond notation software. I haven’t put any copyright notices, and have provided a variety of paper sizes and combination of exercises. I’ve used these myself in my lessons for many years and they work great! Hopefully, you’ll enjoy them as much as I have!
Beautiful music exercises to download
Today I would like to launch LearnMusicSheets. Learnmusicsheets is a website where you can download music sheets for learning music. Currently, it offers blank manuscript paper, major and minor scales, major and minor arpeggios, and intervals and cadences. All these scores are available as an instant PDF download. More exercises, such as jazz scales, will come soon. If you’re curious, go and download music sheets now!
If you have any comments or suggestions, please feel free to send me a message. Or if you use them yourself, let me know how they are!