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    Question Hi, I need some music suggestions

    Hi everyone! I'm from Mongolia, I really need some music, in a day actually. Could you advise me the best ones for new piano and cello learners, It will be very nice, and great tanks to all!
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    Hi, and welcome to this forum.

    You might check out IMSLP which is a public domain site chock full of music free for the taking.
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    Welcome to the site....if you need it in a day have to use a download/print site.. Guees IMSLP would be the best . I am not sure if Sheetmusicplus.com has a download service or not.. Might check.

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    Hi, I need some music suggestions

    hi,
    welcome to this forum site.
    I have no idea on piano. If u want some songs in a day, then you have to prefer some domain that provides.
    thanks for your interesting.

    [links removed]
    Last edited by Krummhorn; Dec-14-2009 at 17:17.

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    Here's another Public Domain Site
    http://www.pdmusic.org/
    They're better for derivative works though you really have to pick through them.

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    RoyM - your site is useful if you're interested in American music, that's for sure.
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    Thanks for that site info, RoyM

    I'll have to check it out in depth. Always great to learn of new sources for PD music.
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