Archive for 'Popular Music & Artists'
Posted on Dec 14, 2009 by Monica.
Are you ready to celebrate the holidays with a fun, catchy song? Today’s song is a holiday classic that was originally written for a late nineteenth century operetta called BABES IN TOYLAND. To celebrate the fourth day of Christmas, download any Musicnotes Edition arrangement of “Toyland” at forty percent off its original price. Our selection [...]
Posted on Dec 11, 2009 by Monica.
Do you play the flute or trombone? If you do, you will love our extensive selection of Christmas sheet music for instruments. This past year, we have taken your comments and suggestions to heart, and have made some changes to Musicnotes.com to reflect your preferences. For starters, we designed a new navigation around your preferred [...]
Posted on Dec 11, 2009 by Monica.
Break out your flutes and warm up your voices, we’ve got a great song for Christmas music lovers today! To celebrate the third day of Christmas, enjoy forty percent off Musicnotes Edition arrangements of “The Holly and the Ivy” through Monday, December 14th. Our selection includes arrangements for multiple instruments including guitar, flute, clarinet, piano [...]
Posted on Dec 10, 2009 by Monica.
Yesterday, we were thrilled to hear that some of you are picking up your instruments for the first time in a long time. We hope you’re enjoying the holidays by playing or singing your favorite songs, and we’d like to help inspire you. After all, today is the second day of our Musicnotes 12 Days [...]
Posted on Dec 09, 2009 by Monica.
Traditionally, the twelve days of Christmas is a time of holiday celebration that begins on December the 25th and ends on January 6th. Here at Musicnotes.com, we’d like to help bring you some Christmas cheer early this year. As part of our continued commitment to ensure that you have the sheet music you want to [...]
Posted on Dec 04, 2009 by Monica.
Based on the holiday classic A Christmas Carol written by Charles Dickens, SCROOGE: the MUSICAL brings this cautionary tale about a cranky old man who needs to reconnect with his fellow man to the big stage. Several characters, including some unusual ghosts, visit Scrooge to try to teach him a very important lesson. This holiday [...]
Posted on Dec 03, 2009 by Monica.
Are you getting ready to celebrate Chanukah? History.com’s article about The History of Hanukkah states that, “Hanukkah (also known as Chanukah, Hanukah, Hannuka and the Festival of Lights) is an eight-day Jewish holiday that usually takes place between late November and late December.” This year, Chanukah begins on the eve of Friday, December 11th and [...]
Posted on Nov 27, 2009 by Monica.
Do you play clarinet, trumpet or another band instrument? This year, we’re pleased to expand our selection of Christmas sheet music for alternate instruments. Last week, we highlighted selections of Canadian Brass sheet music. This week, we’d like to mention brand new solos, duets, trios, quartets and corresponding accompaniments by sheet music publisher Kendor. We’ve [...]
Posted on Nov 23, 2009 by Monica.
Are you celebrating Thanksgiving? Here in the U.S. at Musicnotes headquarters, we’ll be enjoying turkey, stuffing and all the fixings on Thursday. While we won’t be around to arrange new songs, like our free sheet music for December, we’re still thinking about music. In this post, we’d like to share with you ten songs that [...]