French-based, internationally focused resource promoting new music composed during the last 40 years. Offers complete digitized scores (issued by publishing houses or self-published) and streamed audio recordings of works by several hundred active composers to form the largest continually growing online music library of contemporary music. Features a virtual music-score reader with a zoom and full-screen options plus biographies of the composers.
Digital library of public-domain scores, sheet music, and performance parts of standard and less common classical repertoire for piano, organ, guitar, chamber ensemble, orchestra, voice, and chorus, including vocal scores of complete operas, oratorios, and cantatas.
A large, 4-volume digital collection of both in-copyright and public domain editions and manuscripts of music scores, mostly from the classical repertory. Includes works by major and lesser-known composers spanning the Renaissance to the 21st century in full, study, and piano-vocal scores, and piano reductions. Offers a large number of licensed works by now-iconic 20th-21st-century composers, such as Bartók, Berio, Britten, Copland, Lutosławski, Maxwell Davies, Pärt, Saariaho, Stravinsky, and Tavener.