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sheet music

noun as in printed music

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I bought some sheet music — some classical stuff that seemed around the same level I was at when I’d stopped playing, and a book of “easy” rock and pop songs.

From Vox

Formal recipes are like sheet music, he explains, a useful tool for learning by mimicking.

From Eater

My uncles sang, my mom could read sheet music, my granddad taught everyone music, and my grandma played the organ.

If DNA is printed sheet music, RNA-induced epigenetic mechanisms are like improvisational cuts and arrangements that might conduct learning and memory.

One outside-the-boxer posted the sheet music for Take 5, composed by Paul Desmond and performed by The Dave Brubeck Quartet.

A quick cut reveals the brothers gingerly hiding their next piece of sheet music.

I then move things around, figuring out the larger orchestration, almost like a piece of sheet music.

I shuffle through the sheet music, avoiding tunes in keys with more than two sharps or flats, until I hit on “Old Shanghai.”

Instead, in a format more at home in 1912 than 2012, Beck has given us 20 new songs on sheet music.

Adolescents listening to the latest songs stimulate the demand for popular sheet music.

"Gracious, that sounds like a new nine-cent piece of sheet music," murmured Dick.

The sorting and packing of this consignment of sheet music was handled by Sergt.

But little more than a year has elapsed since the publication of sheet music was begun by this firm.

I came for leopard skins, thought I, and the owner sends me sheet music instead.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sheet music, such as: songbook, music paper, score, tablature, and written music.

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