Mariage d'amour - Richard Clayderman!!!

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Post by Geminoz » 03 Sep 2004, 12:33

Hi

I have emailed you the site to find the music you are looking for

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Post by Gill the Piano » 04 Sep 2004, 18:25

Have you looked for books of Clayderman pieces? Most albums/LP's/CD's have a parallel book published by people like IMP, or if it's from an old record, Music Sales. Abebooks.com do have a few piano books, or eBay.

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Post by Geminoz » 05 Sep 2004, 12:21

You are right Gill the music is contained in a book Richard Clayderman Anthology.
I have emailed the site.
There are several Clayderman music books, as well as just about every other artist on that site.
I think the prices are in $US
http://www.musicnotes.com

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Post by Gill the Piano » 08 Sep 2004, 19:34

Thanks a lot, Geminoz - I have a dreadful feeling you're going to cost me a lot of money... :shock:
What an excellent site! I'll send you silent thanks when me and my piano are sitting destitute in the gutter - with a huge pile of sheet music :lol: !Gill x

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Post by Geminoz » 09 Sep 2004, 12:46

:D I know what you mean Gill...I have found numerous books on that site...but then I contact my local sheet music house to purchase....my piano and I will join you and yours destitute in the gutter :roll: Between buying music and having piano maintained, grocery shopping is becoming a faint memory :?

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Post by Geminoz » 10 Sep 2004, 13:39

Hi again

I have been poking around the web and discovered a sheet music file sharing site.
The address is
http://www.pianofiles.com

I would appreciate someone else having a look and letting me know what they think of this way of sharing files.

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Post by DHan » 18 Oct 2004, 19:05

Hi Geminoz, Please e-mail to me the music sheet site to == dljhan@yahoo.com
Thanks
David de Tekniqy

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Post by Geminoz » 28 Mar 2005, 12:46

Hi

Read the previous posts to see where it is available.

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Post by fumbler » 28 Mar 2005, 21:24

Hi,

I don't want to be Mr Nit Picker, but swapping sheet music which is still in copyright is illegal, isn't it? After reading the blurb on pianofiles.com, the disclaimer at the end is laughable.

Out of interest just about everything is available on the internet, legal or not, but rather strangely very little sheet music.

Luckily I can't stand RC, so I'll pass on this one! Just buy it from a music store.

Rgds.

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Post by Geminoz » 29 Mar 2005, 12:28

Yes the swapping music site is what you say....but the other site...
http://www.musicnotes.com
is not as you purchase the music from them. They have a wide variety of sheet music and books and quite a lot of Richard Clayderman availalble in their catalogue.
If you don't want to purchase on the internet, email a few of your local suppliers and see if they have what you are after.
A lot of music stores have web pages from which you can order.
In the end that's what I did and found them only too willing to send me me what I wanted.

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Post by Adbobo » 26 Aug 2006, 06:33

Can someone please sent "MArriage D'Amour" piano score to me too"

adbobo_88@hotmail.com

Thanks
.:~Adriana~:.

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Post by Geminoz » 27 Aug 2006, 12:11

check out the links mentioned in the previous posts and you will find it.

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Post by viva » 02 Aug 2007, 12:31

i'm looking for the scores as well.will any kind souls send me the scores?
thanks a lot!! :D
my email add is :
viva_270992@hotmail.com[/url] :D :)

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Help me~

Post by edwardcheng » 23 Oct 2007, 04:00

Can someone also send me a copy of marriage d'amour please
i'll appreciate it~~
thanks~
:) :) :)

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Post by Geminoz » 05 Nov 2007, 06:28

Does anybody bother to read the previous posts before asking the same question over and over. :roll:

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Post by Gill the Piano » 05 Nov 2007, 18:56

Evidently not! :D

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Post by joel_lehtonen » 07 Feb 2008, 19:24

Okey everybody, here is what everybody has been looking for, finally after 4 years, huh? For free of course =)

http://www.datafox.org/sheet/sheet.html

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