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Clarinet Institute - Free Sheet Music

Steve

Clarinet CE/Moderator
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This is a fantastic resource. Great music by past and new composers - complete scores. I'm not sure if it passes any legal boundaries or not though but according to the site it is.


most of the links work though my be slow at times
 
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Carl H.

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Anybody know of anything like this for symphonic parts? Every once in a while I get a part that is so heavily marked up it is practically illegible. It would be nice to be able to download a clean part.
 

Carl H.

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Bookmarked that!

Wouldn't you know, the Tchaik they had was one of those marked up parts I muddled through.
 
I've seen IMSLP and the clarinet institute, they're both great resources. IMSLP is supposed to be all copywrited out and Clarinet Institute is supposed to be played in places where nobody will care, from what I've been lead to believe. I never researched any of the information, I trust my friends too much I guess.
 

TMHeimer

Tom Heimer
The OP's link won't work for me, but I assume it's the Clarinet Institute of Los Angeles. I stumbled upon this a couple of years ago and copied a ton of solos & studies. Lots of contemporary stuff. Great fun for daily practice. Not sure why someone would put their compositions out there without copyright for anyone to copy free, but kudos to them.
 
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