Resource: OLMC FSSP Littleton CO website for sacred music
  • m_r_taylor
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    There is an online database of music at the website of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Littleton CO - https://www.olmcfssp.org/index.php/olmc/music

    Scroll down and it's on the Google Drive database on the left side of the page.

    There's Gregorian chant, hymnody, polyphony, and a bit from other periods.

    Most of the music seems to be edited by the music director there. I'm not a huge fan of the Google Drive layout but I imagine it makes hosting the files far simpler.

    I just happened to run into it recently, it looks like a nice way for the parish music program to make its own musical resources available to others.
    Thanked by 1MarkB
  • MarkB
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    I'll second the recommendation. I've been aware of the online library for about a year. It is cumbersome to navigate, but it does offer some good sheet music resources that are in the public domain.
  • Jeffrey Quick
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    some good sheet music resources that are in the public domain.

    As well as some that really aren't (Marsh)
  • StimsonInRehabStimsonInRehab
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    As well as some that really aren't (Marsh)


    Aren't good or aren't in the public domain?
  • StimsonInRehabStimsonInRehab
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    This is Rick Wheeler's parish. He's done a solid job with their music program.
  • Jeffrey Quick
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    Aren't PD. Marsh won't even be legal in Canada until 2022.
    Now it's very possible that the particular works were never renewed, and thus US-legal. I don't know if Rick's done a copyright search, and I should probably assume he has before opening the mouth.