This website is for pdf downloads only. For printed music please visit www.classicalvocalrep.com
- Use our Search Page to search by title, composer or catalog number.
Our search page allows you to search our entire catalog by title, composer, instrumentation or even keywords.
- Click on the title of the work you are interested in.
Once you see the search results, click on the title of the work to open the details page. You can always click the 'back' button in your browser to return to the search results.
- Review the details page.
On the product details page, you will see detailed information for the item you clicked on including composer, instrumentation, category, voice type and price.
- Click 'Add To Cart'
If you wish to purchase the item, click on the 'Add to Cart' button to add the item to your shopping cart. Then, you can use your browser's back button to return to your search results, perform another search, OR...
- Review your items
When you are ready to finalize your purchase, click on 'cart' in the top menu, or click 'Checkout' from the details page.
- Check Out
After reviewing your items, click on 'Check Out Now'. This will allow you to enter your credit card information at our secure payment processor.
After your purchase is complete, you will be emailed a receipt with an invoice number, and also be presented with the invoice number on your screen. Visit our Downloads page with your invoice number to access your downloads.
A Few Words About Us
Welcome to our new PDF download website. This website is for downloading digital copies of sheet music only. If you want to order printed sheet music published by us or by other publishers and have it shipped to you, please go to: www.classicalvocalrep.com or call us at 1 800 298-7474 or 1 479 442-2595 Monday thru Friday, 9am until 5pm Central Time.
Supplying Scores & Sheet Music to Singers, Universities, Students, Vocal Coaches, Teachers, Music Festivals, Opera Companies, Music Dealers & International Singing Stars since 1987.
Do you need music right away for a performance, audition or coaching session? This website is for you! Do you hate waiting for the music you ordered to arrive by snail mail? This website is for you! It is designed for singers, voice teachers and collaborative pianists that find themselves in a bind and need printed music instantly. This website will always be a work in progress as new titles are added almost every day. Please see the section: "How to Order" as it will explain a few important aspects regarding this website. Some aspects of foreign languages (such as accents and umlauts) don't transition well between different computer programs, so you will see odd-looking symbols in some titles listed on the website. Rest assured that the music you are purchasing will have diacritical markings appropriate to the language, not these corrupted symbols. Please bear with us as we correct this data and develop this website.
The music supplied on this website is only a fraction of what we have to offer you. Due to copyrights and agreements with publishers and composers, some music will not be available for download. However if there is something you want that you do not see here, please contact us. We may be able to pdf it to you or send it by snail mail. We can also supply custom scans, custom prints and transpositions of many items but this type of work is very time consuming and you should not expect immediate delivery of such items. The transpositions that we offer have been proofed many times as the transposition programs offered on many websites do not produce accurate results and usually need correcting.
We are always open to your suggestions and ideas and we hope you find the music you are looking for.
Meet The Editor
Glendower Jones, music dealer/publisher, baritone and trombonist, is a native of Arkansas and grew up in Louisiana and Texas. He is a graduate of Southeastern Louisiana University and Southern Methodist University (MSM, MM, 1977). He lived in New York City from 1978 until 2006 when he relocated to Fayetteville, Arkansas. While living in New York City, he was a member of the St. Thomas Choir of Men and Boys and worked at the Joseph Patelson Music House that was directly behind Carnegie Hall. During his career as a singer, he received critical acclaim from the New York Times for his portrayals in Bach's Passions with the Concert Royal and as soloist in the Fauré Requiem with the Orchestra of St. Luke's. He has also performed with many organizations, most notably the New York Choral Artists, The Opera Ensemble of New York, The Ensemble for Early Music, Music Festivals of Aldeburgh, Banff, Hong Kong, Jerusalem, Marlboro and Spoleto in the USA and Italy. He has been in the print music business since 1985 and is a member of the Retail Print Music Dealers Association and an affiliate member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS).