A project that one of my teenage piano students has been working on with me is to get my piano music library documented, organized and available for students (and whomever else) to view online, so as to be able to borrow music, try it out, etc.
Katie was over again yesterday, and I think we’ve got the piano side of things in a good place. This is the list of available music. There are a few things I still want to cleanup on that spreadsheet, but the essentials are there. Now, we’re working on the horn music catalog.
The music library link is also posted on this page of my website.
Also as a part of this project, between lessons suddenly going online – then remaining so for about a year due to COVID – as well as doing a little school music instruction in the last year, some previously borrowed music has gone AWOL. Organizing it all (HUGE thank you to Katie!) has helped to identify where the holes are… Now, to track it all down. *sigh*
Let me know if you see something you’d like to borrow – this especially goes for private students of mine. In many cases, it’s handy to see a piece of music, borrowing it first, before making a purchase of it yourself.
I also hope to have my music storybook library available online in a similar fashion. The document below is not an updated one, but it’s a place to start – should you have an interest in finding out some ideas about what I’ve got there.
Slowly but surely, I’m getting organized in this capacity. I hope that some of you might find this beneficial.