sheet music

NOUN
  1. a musical composition in printed or written form
    she turned the pages of the music as he played
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How To Use sheet music In A Sentence

  • Long winding streams of syncopated crotchets stretch over my sheet music, jumping this way and that, ready to trap the unwary. LOVE YOU MADLY
  • Particularly noteworthy is The Road Goes On Forever, a songbook of words and sheet music by Tolkien and Donald Swann.
  • Pulling out the bench and grabbing her sheet music (although she didn't need it), Nicole began to play a nocturne by her favorite composer, Chopin.
  • ‘Finding all those programmes, letters and sheet music brought back so many memories,’ she says.
  • The sheet music of the song leaves no doubt that Reg Bolton wrote the words, the music being composed by Jimmy Sutton.
  • But bear in mind that many people use a digital keyboard not to play sheet music but to add digital accompaniment to other instruments.
  • The songs of the day, published in sheet music for womenfolk to play in parlor musicales, tended toward sing-along novelties and Victorian laments such as ‘Oh Promise Me.’
  • They perch on the wires like notes on a stave of sheet music. Times, Sunday Times
  • Flutes, oboes, bagpipes, castanets, and other instruments hang with sheet music, a jester's staff, and a theatrical mask.
  • You can play them as well, as the composer has included the sheet music for all nine tunes in the CD booklet.
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