Wednesday, July 02, 2008

International Music Score Library Project back on the air


Another piece of good news in the open music world: The International Music Score Library Project, which had been forced shut down under legal threats in October of 2007, has just re-opened.

IMSLP attempts to create a virtual library containing all public domain musical scores, as well as scores from composers who are willing to share their music with the world without charge. You can read the full list of goals that IMSLP will try to achieve at their site.

2 comments:

gurdonark said...

Good! I had followed those weblog posts at its site back when it closed down, and I'm glad it's back up.

jp said...

fantastic..thanks for the linkjust in time to start woodshedding the Bach Cello Suites on my new extended tenor bass. or whatever it's called.

btw Robert, that is one strange avatar..