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SHEET MUSIC REPRODUCTIONS

We know that many of you are musicians and want to play this wonderful old music yourself for your friends and family, or just for your own enjoyment. Of course, all of the music featured at parlorsongs is long out of print. To aquire this music is difficult, but now parlorsongs.com's reprint service makes it easy to get high quality reproductions. We create facsimiles (not photocopies, we call them reprints) of any of the public domain non-copyright material from our collection. We typeset them using a professional music notation program and print them on a high quality large format printer (or make them available as a PDF you can print.). We do not sell the originals from our collection. The hard copy comes in a full size (8.5" X 11" each page) fold out on glossy heavy paper which also includes a print of the original cover (on the cover of course) and comes with a small size booklet that can be used as a study score. We now accept credit cards through Pay Pal but do trust our customers so check orders are welcomed. We produce the sheet music, ship it to you and if you find it acceptable, you pay us,otherwise you return the material.

If you would like a print of any of the music on our site, just use the easy order form linked below if you want a PDF version we send them as an e-mail attachments. If you want to pay by check, please e email us with your requet and be sure to include your mailing address.. It usually takes less than a week to get it to you, depending on our workload at the time. If by chance, you select an item still in copyright, we will advise you and will be unable to create sheet music for it. If you have any other questions, please let us know.

 

 

 

 

To Order Sheet Music

Go to our order page and follow the simple instructions. Below is our pricing policy US DESTINATIONS ONLY

PDF scores $3

Scores with up to 6 pages

1-5 scores, $6.00 each FREE shipping and handling (Domestic U.S.)
6-10 scores, $5.00 each plus $2.00 shipping and handling (Domestic U.S.)
More than 10, $5.00 each and free shipping.

Scores of more than 6 pages are $7.50 each plus $2.00 shipping and handling for up to five scores, more than five scores will add $2.00 shiping for every five additional scores. For International shipping costs, please contact us before ordering so we may calculate shipping costs. Free shipping is not offered for shipments to addresses outside the U. S.




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If you would like to submit an article about America's music for us to publish, go to our submissions page for information about writing articles for us. We also welcome suggestions for subjects for future articles.

Please Help Us Continue our Efforts with a donation. The Parlor Songs Academy. is a Tennessee unincorporated association. Donations go towards the aquisition of additional music, preservation of music, equipment and educational efforts. If you like what we do, please help us out. Donation funds are used entirely for the operating expenses of Parlor Songs and/or aquisition of additional music or equipment.

We realize that there are those who prefer not to transact financial matters on the Internet. If you would like to donate or make a purchase by check, email us for mailing information.
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