Q. Can I get Free Piano Sheet Music Here?
A. The only free sheet music we offer here is public domain classical music and a very select group of modern songs who’s composers we have contacted. The rest you have to pay for.
How do I find the sheet music I am looking for?
A. There are a few different ways to search for the music you want on this site. Besides the slow way of simply flipping through each page of songs in an order of when they were posted, you can search by artist here, or search for any song you want from any page on the site by using the search tool on the upper right sidebar.
Q. This site does not have the music I want. What should I do?
A. If we do not have the music you want on this site you can request for it to be added by going to this page.
Q. I have requested a song but it still isnt on this site. Why not?
A. If you have made a request for a song to be added, keep in mind that we are doing our best to find it. However, we get many request each day and many of the songs requested do not even have piano music made for them. Please help us by searching for a song on the site before requesting it to avoid repeat requests.
Q. How do I view the sheet music?
A. You have to buy the music unless it is in the “Free Classical Sheets” section.
That sheet music is in either PDF, .zip, or .rar format. To view PDF files you simply need the latest version of Adobe Reader which can be downloaded free here: Adobe Reader. Files that are in .zip or .rar files are pictures of the sheet music that have been packed together in a single file. Most computers have .zip already installed on them but if you are not familiar with .rar, it is a similar type of file that simply uses WinRar to extract instead of WinZip. You can download WinRar free here: WinRar.
Q. I do not see any piano sheet music? Where do I find the sheet music?
A. As said in every post, the sheet music can be found directly below or above the video for each song. Look for a red link. This will take you to either a PDF file or a .zip or .rar file.