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This week Bill invites us to celebrate the music of American Pulitzer Prize winning composer Ned Rorem. For years, the great singers of the world have treasured his art songs, but there is so much more. Rorem composed three symphonies, four piano concertos and other orchestral works, chamber music, ten operas, choral works, ballets and music for the theatre, plus ...

An ever-increasing number of sites make downloadable sheet music available in either MusicXML format or original source file file formats that can be converted to MusicXML. Here is a selected listing of sites where you can download sheet music in MusicXML or compatible formats.

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Musescore.comThis site offers downloads of over 1.5 million score files in MuseScore, MusicXML, PDF, MIDI, and MP3 formats. Public domain scores can be downloaded free of charge. Downloading copyrighted scores requires a Musescore PRO subscription for $49/year.

YourScoreYourScore Music offers downloadable, customizable music for young instrumental groups, designed to address individual learning in an ensemble setting. Purchases include both MusicXML and PDF files, with the MusicXML intended for customizing the arrangement to the needs of the ensemble.

Lusthof der Muziek (in Dutch)The Garden of Musical Delights offers public domain music from Flanders and the Netherlands. The focus is on traditional music, folk music, songbooks, broadsides, dance music, and music of anonymous composers. MusicXML is one of the formats available for download.

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Digital music also has one other benefit: the site is a great place for storing all your piano sheet music downloads, making it easy for you to return to again and again. And with our free apps for iOS and Android, your music is accessible anywhere, anytime! We accept all major credit cards and PayPal. If you have any questions, our team of experts is here to help. Give a try today and find piano sheet music for any occasion.

I buy a lot of albums from Apple Music. Most of them live happily in the Music app. But some of them vanish at some later date. The the question is how to redownload them. Below is an example. Music can't find the tracks for the whole album and a find on my hard discs doesn't find them either. But the iTunes store says the album's been downloaded and doesn't give me the option of downloading it again. What to do? Thanks. Nick

It sounds as though you've purchased songs and albums from the iTunes Store, but having issues redownloading the songs. Apple Support Communities is a great place for help! In reference to redownloading previously purchased songs you can find the steps for doing so in the article linked below.

but in the case of the album I used an example, it's now started accessing the files again and has downloaded them to my Mac; I use Music (formerly iTunes) on my Mac as my music archive and organiser and mix tracks purchased from Apple Music with tracks copied from CDs etc.. that I own; I'm a musician and musicologist and I have currently over 60,000 tracks in Music which the program doesn't like unfortunately so I have some chronic issues (such as disappearing tracks and disappearing playlists) with Music that our IT service have been unable to fix

With reference to downloading purchase music the steps previously provided are the right steps. If you have any issues redownloading purchases you've made let us know in more detail about what's happening.

With the music that's disappearing, are those songs you've created and have in the Music app on your Mac, or songs that are available in Apple Music or you've purchased from the iTunes Store? If these are songs you've created have you tried syncing to your iPhone from your computer? If not, you may have to sync those songs. This feature would require turning off Sync Library in Music on your Mac and on your iPhone.

the songs that I download from CDs etc. don't disappear; the tracks that disappear are some (but it happens quite often) of the tracks (usually entire albums) that I've bought and downloaded from the iTunes store

The modern Western world usually defines music as an all-encompassing term, used to describe diverse genres, styles and traditions.[16] This is not the case worldwide, and languages such as modern Indonesian (musik) and Shona (musakazo) have recently adopted words to reflect this universal conception, as they did not have words that fit exactly the Western scope.[14] In East Asia, neither Japan nor China have a single word which encompasses music in a broad sense, but culturally often regard music in such a fashion.[17] The closest word to mean music in Chinese, yue, shares a character with le, meaning joy, and originally referred to all the arts before its narrowing in meaning.[17] Africa is too diverse to make firm generalizations, but the musicologist J. H. Kwabena Nketia has emphasized African music's often inseparable connection to dance and speech in general.[18] Some African cultures, such as the Songye people of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Tiv people of Nigeria, have a strong and broad conception of 'music' but no corresponding word in their native languages.[18] Other words commonly translated as 'music' often have more specific meanings in their respective cultures: the Hindi word for music, sangita, properly refers to art music,[19] while the many Indigenous languages of the Americas have words for music that refer specifically to song but describe instrumental music regardless.[20] Though the Arabic musiqi can refer to all music, it is usually used for instrumental and metric music, while khandan identifies vocal and improvised music.[21]

Indian classical music is one of the oldest musical traditions in the world.[43] Sculptures from the Indus Valley civilization show dance[44] and old musical instruments, like the seven holed flute. Various types of stringed instruments and drums have been recovered from Harappa and Mohenjo Daro by excavations carried out by Sir Mortimer Wheeler.[45] The Rigveda, an ancient Hindu text, has elements of present Indian music, with musical notation to denote the meter and the mode of chanting.[46] Indian classical music (marga) is monophonic, and based on a single melody line or raga rhythmically organized through talas. Silappadhikaram by Ilango Adigal provides information about how new scales can be formed by modal shifting of the tonic from an existing scale.[47] Present day Hindi music was influenced by Persian traditional music and Afghan Mughals. Carnatic music, popular in the southern states, is largely devotional; the majority of the songs are addressed to the Hindu deities. There are also many songs emphasizing love and other social issues.

The medieval music era (476 to 1400), which took place during the Middle Ages, started with the introduction of monophonic (single melodic line) chanting into Roman Catholic Church services. Musical notation was used since Ancient times in Greek culture, but in the Middle Ages, notation was first introduced by the Catholic church so that the chant melodies could be written down, to facilitate the use of the same melodies for religious music across the entire Catholic empire. The only European Medieval repertory that has been found in written form from before 800 is the monophonic liturgical plainsong chant of the Roman Catholic Church, the central tradition of which was called Gregorian chant. Alongside these traditions of sacred and church music there existed a vibrant tradition of secular song (non-religious songs). Examples of composers from this period are Léonin, Pérotin, Guillaume de Machaut, and Walther von der Vogelweide.

Romantic music (c. 1810 to 1900) from the 19th century had many elements in common with the Romantic styles in literature and painting of the era. Romanticism was an artistic, literary, and intellectual movement was characterized by its emphasis on emotion and individualism as well as glorification of all the past and nature. Romantic music expanded beyond the rigid styles and forms of the Classical era into more passionate, dramatic expressive pieces and songs. Romantic composers such as Wagner and Brahms attempted to increase emotional expression and power in their music to describe deeper truths or human feelings. With symphonic tone poems, composers tried to tell stories and evoke images or landscapes using instrumental music. Some composers promoted nationalistic pride with patriotic orchestral music inspired by folk music. The emotional and expressive qualities of music came to take precedence over tradition.

In the 19th century, one of the key ways that new compositions became known to the public was by the sales of sheet music, which middle class amateur music lovers would perform at home on their piano or other common instruments, such as violin. With 20th-century music, the invention of new electric technologies such as radio broadcasting and the mass market availability of gramophone records meant that sound recordings of songs and pieces heard by listeners (either on the radio or on their record player) became the main way to learn about new songs and pieces. There was a vast increase in music listening as the radio gained popularity and phonographs were used to replay and distribute music, anyone with a radio or record player could hear operas, symphonies and big bands right in their own living room, while during the 19th century, the focus on sheet music restricted access to new music to the middle class and upper-class people who could read music and who owned pianos and instruments. This allowed lower-income people, who could not afford an opera or symphony concert ticket to hear this music. It also meant that people could hear music from different parts of the country, or even different parts of the world, even if they could not afford to travel to these locations. This helped to spread musical styles.


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