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Learn to Play Music Online — Live
Learn to Play Music Online - Live

PaperCanoe’s sis­ter site Lesson­Face launched this week. It’s not exactly ‘elec­tri­fy­ing print,’ but we’d be remiss to not men­tion it, being as it has taken most of our time lately. The idea is live, online music lessons via web­cam. So the teacher and stu­dent can be any­where in the world, and can meet online face-to-face. […]

Maestro’s Got Your Sheet Music
Maestro's Got Your Sheet Music

Sheet Music Mae­stro is live, with a large dose of Early Amer­i­can sheet music for your perusal and down­load — all free. The col­lec­tion is cat­a­logued by con­trib­u­tor, cat­e­gory (bal­lad, waltz, polka, etc), cul­ture of ori­gin (five con­ti­nents rep­re­sented), instru­ment (piano, vio­lin, gui­tar, horn, glock­en­spieland more), city of pub­li­ca­tion, and nota­tion. Get ready for an […]

The Best Covers from Sheet Music Maestro!
The Best Covers from Sheet Music Maestro!

Here’s a first look at the early Amer­i­can sheet music col­lec­tion that Paper­Ca­noe is mak­ing avail­able on for down­load and/or print for free. The Mae­stro will launch soon with about 350 songs, all pub­lished orig­i­nally between the late 1700s and early 1900s. Many pieces will be famil­iar, and it’s evi­dent from the wear on […]

Announcing Sheet Music Maestro
Announcing Sheet Music Maestro

A col­lec­tion of free, down­load­able, and print­able early Amer­i­can sheet music is the lat­est project that Paper­Ca­noe has in the works. This col­lec­tion of hun­dreds of pieces of free sheet music will be offered via shortly, and will include many waltzes, polkas, bal­lads, hymns, and other period pieces — some famil­iar and some perhaps not. […]

Illustrations from the Voyage of the Paper Canoe
Illustrations from the Voyage of the Paper Canoe