To make an easy update on content, I am happily posting most of my complete, original compositions for the general public to download and enjoy. I entreat any composers who wish to have free hosting of their work to send me an email at email@example.com and I would be happy to post them up here [...]
Einstein on the Beach has been one of my favorite Post-Modern works and as far as my limited theoretical mind knows, not much analysis has been performed on the Opera. Currently many of our tools for approaching music are geared towards looking at the music that came out of the modernist era before the 1950′s, [...]
Here is my first upload and I’d like to make it clear that this work is not my own, the folks over at IMSLP have a huge database of all sorts of public domain music. I have simply taken their uploads and rehosted them here, in what I hope will be a much more organized [...]
These past few weeks we’ve watched as the house of representatives, the senate and the respective parties that preside over them wrangle and discuss blow hot air over spending and tax cuts. Originally, the House’s plan called for $50 million for the National Endowment for the Arts which would be an unbelievable lift to artists [...]
This past week I approached my professor, Stephanie Baer, the head of the strings department at NYU about creating a database of public domain viola music to put online as a resource the community inside and out of NYU can use.
To do this I proposed making a trip to the Library of Congress and [...]
Hi all you curious visitors. My name is Eric Lemmon and am working on setting up this website to serve the music community. Check back soon, as the initial purpose of this site is to provide access to public domain sheet music and scores for the gigging or casual classical musician.
If you are an [...]