This page is to give you options when you are searching to purchase sheet music for solo and ensemble, IMEA auditions, Central Illinois Youth Symphony auditions, college auditions, or even fun ensembles! There are also many options for discovering new sheet music through these resources so take a look around!
EPCHS Band Music Library
Before purchasing a piece, check to see if it is in the band's library. Play through it a few times to see if you really want to play it, then make your purchase. If you are preparing the piece for competition it is highly recommended that you own your own copy!
J.W. Pepper gives you the tools to find great music. Use their online catalog menu to search by type of ensemble, instrument, voice or style. If you know what you are looking for, their keyword search can help. They also have many thousands of recordings and preview PDFs available to help you make the right buying decisions.
Hal Leonard Online, is the internet home for the world's largest music print publisher. For over 60 years, they've been publishing and distributing publications for virtually every type of instrument and ensemble. Use category browsing to find their most popular product categories or use the advanced search page to find a particular title.
Sheet Music Plus
Sheet Music Plus was started in 1997 to offer musicians a full spectrum of sheet music, with fast delivery and trained musicians offering customer service. Their 25,000 square foot warehouse can provide you with music from more than 1,000 publishers, including all major European publishers. Sheet Music Plus features all styles of music, for every talent level and instrument. Whether you're a music teacher seeking instructional titles for your students or you're purchasing music for your band, orchestra or chorus, we have what you need.
IMSLP Petrucci Music Library
The Petrucci Music Library's goal is to create a virtual library containing all public domain music, as well as music from composers who are willing to share their work with the world without charge. Everything contained in their database is free public domain works. This is a great source to find classical music scores and full band arrangements.