Piano Sheet Music Yahoo Answers

A reader to Yahoo Answers asks the question on piano sheet music.

Sheet Music Help Please?

She is looking for piano music notation.

Does anyone know where I can find My Favorite Things by Julie Andrews sheet music for free? Please?

Please give me a direct link, not a website that I must search myself because I already looked at a lot of websites. I know it's out there somewhere because someone said you just need to look in the right places.

Ron Leegee says

Best Answer - Chosen by Asker Original Yahoo Answers link for Ronlg with title Sheet Music Please Help?

You can go to Musicnotes
At musicnotes you can preview the first page of any song for free. If you want the whole song, you will have to buy it. All you have to do is type in the title of the song you want to see, and a list of current sheet music selections will show up. Just click on the title of the song and the preview of the first page sheet music will appear. Another good thing about musicnotes is that you can buy individual songs only and you have a choice of downloading it to your computer or you can print it on your printer.

If you need detailed instructions on these features of musicnotes, go and type in www.easypianotips.com in search and go to the sheet music page. There you can find specific instruction on musicnotes and sheet music.

Go to Musicnotes

A new feature at Sheetmusicplus is that the preview of individual songs is now available. They have sheet music for different instruments as in band instruments. For piano, look for piano vocal songs.

You can type in Julie Andrews and you can see a preview of Classic Julie as in "Sound Of Music", the Broadway play and film, "Mary Poppins", or "Thoroughly Modern Millie" the film.

For piano songs and collections, go to Sheetmusicplus

For Piano Methods as Alfred's Piano Method, go to Sheetmusicplus Piano Methods

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