Thanks for your question.
You can search for printed music by composer's name, by the name of
the piece, or by a combination of terms at the large collection hosted
For instance, entering [ Bruckner ]in the search box and selecting the
option to search for "Artist" returns 136 pieces of printed music and
music collections, such as:
Symphonies Nos. 4 and 7 in Full Score By Anton Bruckner.
Band/Orchestra. Size 9 3/8 x 12 1/4. 288 pages. Published by Dover
Bruckner Mass #2 E Minor Vs Edited by Marty Winkler. Extended choral
work. 52 pages. Published by Edwin F. Kalmus.
String Quintet By Anton Bruckner. Edited by Herrmann. For 2 violin, 2
viola, violoncello. This edition: set of parts. Published by C.F.
Works for Piano Solo (Vol. X11/2) By Anton Bruckner. Edited by
Litschauer. For piano. Published by Bruckner Verlag
...and so on.
You can narrow down the search using the option to "Narrow search
within current results" at the bottom of the page. For instance,
adding the term [ mass ] in this box slims down the list to 16
results, such as:
Bruckner Mass #2 E Minor Vs
Bruckner Mass in D Minor V
Mass No. 1 in D minor - full score
Mass No. 1 in D minor - vocal score
There is also a "Power Search" option where you can enter the
composer's name and information about the specific piece of music at
the same time:
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search strategy: Used bookmarked site under my "Music" collection
Clarification of Answer by
14 Mar 2005 08:30 PST
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