IMSLP

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IMSLPInternational Music Score Library Project
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1831, Deutsche Staatsbibliothek, Berlin, Catalogue Thematique of the Works of Ferdinand Ries, 22, accessed April 10, 2014, imslp.org/wiki/Catalogue_Thematique_(Ries,_Ferdinand).
Other digitised score are available online via the Petrucci Music Library (IMSLP), the Internet Archive, and the Gale subscription service, Eighteenth Century Collections Online.
Of those seven, the following six well-known and well-loved titles are in the public domain and are readily available in HathiTrust or IMSLP: James Duff Brown's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians, with a Bibliography of English Writings on Music (Paisley and London: A.
To begin, you will need a copy of the horn parts (1 & 2) to B1, available either from an excerpt book or online source (imslp.org comes to mind).
One of them was a planning lunch for a panel discussion about IMSLP (International Music Score Library Project), which would take place during the Congress in New York in 2015.
The bringing of the last phrase of "Legende" down an octave is much appreciated, however, and those who may want to consider preserving more of the original can easily consult a score on imslp.org.
(6.) Petrucci Music Library, "IMSLP," 2012: www.imslp.org/(accessed May 12, 2014).
Two somewhat worrying observations were that text-based resources were not always the most up-to-date and that, among online resources used, IMSLP ranked higher than all of the "R" projects apart from RILM.
The "Resources" tab includes: a link to an Audition List Archive (by position and by orchestra); a link to purchase Arthur Labar's Hornists's Opera Excerpt Handbook, another useful opera repertoire resource; a link to IMSLP. org where scores and parts that are in public domain can be downloaded; a link to The Metropolitan Opera home page as well as another link to the Met Opera's Brass Section video master class on Wagner leitmotifs available on Youtube.com.
Scans of the original parts, legibly engraved by Madame Leclair, can also be found online at IMSLP: Petrucci Music Library (http://www.imslp.org).
One meeting was dedicated to a session about the International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP).