He always carried in his pockets a few loose sheets of music paper, or a number of sheets bound together in a note-book.
At length the Mayor came out, carefully smoothing the few hairs that lined his crown like a sheet of music paper.
My eyes fall upon my music paper, and at the same time your eyes turn to the crucifix.
On my way home I bought some music paper and immediately set to work to get the mass ready for Sunday.
I asked, stabbing my sheet of music paper with the pen, while I tried in vain to think how many eighth notes would fill a measure.
Spaun saw the state of affairs, and took care thereafter that the music paper should be forthcoming.
She needed no "music paper," as Blanche called it; the music seemed to come out of her fingers of itself.
When he went to school, his mother by chance put covers of music paper on his books.
George arranged the table lamp, took out some music paper and began to write.
What's this: a bit of music paper, and a piece of torn stuff—part of a dress it looks like.