The sheet music we have available is in a variety of styles for just about every imaginable combination of instruments. Some were written & used in church; some were written for teaching and educational settings; some are just fun to play and some would make great background music in a video.
I’ve added the following Solo Organ titles to the catalog recently (March 2017):
Down At The Cross — https://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/20707177 — A good piece for Lent or Communion
Lord, Who Throughout These Forty Days — https://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/20707178 — Another excellent piece for use during Lent
The Lily Of The Valley — https://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/20707179 – An upbeat, fun to play setting of this tune.
There Is A Fountain — https://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/20707180 — Another piece well suited for Lent or Communion
To see all the titles I have available (currently around 1,000) visit https://jamesgilbertmusic.com/catalog.php
Sheet Music Catalog update
I decided to make some changes to the website, specifically the sheet music catalog. There are some obvious visual changes on the main page of the catalog. I’ve done away with the text based listing of categories and substituted them with graphics. If anyone has any trouble reading the text in the graphics, I’d love to hear from you. Within each category, you can search for individual words. As you look at the listings you will find less. I’ve decided to follow the lead of major publishers by selling titles in collections rather than as individual titles. If, for example you wanted to buy several Organ Hymn Accompaniments (one of our most popular categories), you would spend more money than buying a single collection. Another change involves the mp3 files I have available. While still listed in the catalog, if you are interested in those recordings, the link to purchase will take you to CD-Baby where you can download mp3, FLAC or, in some cases, full physical CD albums. Finally, all the sample recordings have been modified to account for the multiple titles.
View the updated catalog here.
On my To-Do list are the following: Update the search engine; Add more descriptive explanations of the titles; and Re-do most of the sample audio.
I’d like to hear your thoughts on the changes, good or bad. Any suggestions are also welcome.
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