I wanna buy piano sheet music

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Hi,

Can anyone recommend an on-line shop (or one to avoid) to buy sheet music for the piano, or is it OK to go with whoever google suggests?

Thanks.
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  • Try googling "free piano sheet music" before you start paying for it, there are a few sites out there that don't charge.
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  • musicroom.com are the ones I use and have always been reliable, recommended by my piano teacher so would def recommend these
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  • edited 26 February 2010 at 10:17PM
    GingernutmegGingernutmeg Forumite
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    edited 26 February 2010 at 10:17PM
    I'd second musicroom. OH uses them all the time and he's always really happy with their service. The music always arrives really quickly, and it's always well packaged too.

    eta: just noticed this thread is from 2008 - I'd imagine the OP has found the music by now :) However, I'd still recommend musicroom :)
  • There is often sheet music on ebay and if you know the music that you want then you can do what I did and put a search on that will send you an e mail and some one lists your music. I am a real hero as I managed to get some music that my mom's friend had wanted for 5 years!
  • MasomniaMasomnia Forumite
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    If it's classical try here:

    http://imslp.org/wiki/

    Freeeee and legal :)
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  • Dont think I have read this one anywhere - I am a music teacher - I recommend and use sheetmusicdirect.co.uk you pay for the music online and it sends it through to you to be able to print immediately. You can also pick the key the piece is in for you so if it starts in a difficult key, you can tell it to transpose into an easier one! Simples!
  • GleefulGleeful Forumite
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    https://www.free-scores.com is brilliant for the copyright free classics.
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