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Websites with Free Scores
Acadia Early Music Archive
Select online scores from Albinoni to Webb
An electronic library of classical music scores. The MuseData database is a project of the Center for Computer Assisted Research in the Humanities (CCARH). The database was created by Walter Hewlett. The main holdings are for major composers of c. 1690-1830: Bach, Beethoven, Corelli, Handel, Haydn, Mozart, and Vivaldi.
Sheet music, scores, tabs, chords, accompaniments, and mp3/midi files
Sheet Music Archive
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Sibley Music Library Musical Scores
You will need to create an account to use this database. The University of Rochester's Sibley Music Library is the largest academic music library in North America. It has been engaged in an NEH project to digitize its public-domain music scores, emphasizing scores not widely held by other libraries and not digitized elsewhere. To date the library has digitized almost 12,000 publications, including, in addition to scores, some books and a variety of handbooks, guides, and theses.