Scores Online

Billam, P. (undated). Peter Billam’s Arrangements,  Accessed 16 December 2013.

Pieces by Bach, Brahms, Carr, Händel, Monteverdi, Schoenberg, Schubert, Scriabin, Telemann, Wilbye, and collections for recorder, trumpet and voice and from the folk tradition.

Bruce, D. (2001–).  Red Balloon Technology Ltd, St Albans. Accessed 17 December 2013.

Callon, G.J. (1998–2008). Online Music Scores, Accessed 17 December 2013.

Extensive index to scores available for download online.

Carbajo, V. (213).   Victor Carbajo: composier.  Accessed 17 December 2013.

Corneilson, C. et al. (undated). Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, the complete works. The Packard Humanities Institute, Cambridge, MA. Accessed 15 December 2013.

  • Sonata in F Major for bass recorder, viola, & bass, Wq 163
  • Sonata in F Major for bass recorder, viola, & bass, Wq 163 (alternate version)
  • Zwo abwechselnde Menuetten for three trumpets, timpani, two recorders, two bassoons, two violins, & bass, Wq 192 – not yet available

Dolmetsch Organization (2000–). Free and commercial sheet music.  Accessed 17 December 2013.

Dror, Uri. (2015-). Edition Prima Vista, a music edition and custom editing service focusing mostly (but not exclusively) on renaissance & baroque music (16– 18th centuries), and mostly (but not exclusively) on recorder music and recorder arrangements. Accessed 1 September 2015.

Fuii, Yoshi. (2001–). Recorder Music. Accessed 17 December 2013.

Harmer, D. (undated). Harmer  recorder music. Accessed 20 December 2013.

Hendricks, S. (undated).  Steve Hendricks Music Collection. Accessed 16 December 2013.

Scores of renaissance madrigals, dances and instrumental music.

International Music Score Library Project ( (2006–): Petrucci Music Library. Project Petrucci LLC, Wilmington. Accessed 1 September 2015.

96,000 printable scores in PDF format, amongst them over 1,500 works of interest to recorder players by Bach, Corelli, Lully, Marcello, Monteverdi, Quantz, Sammartini, Telemann, Vivaldi, etc.

 Kickton, H. (2002–). Archiv der kreuznacher-diakonie-kantorei, Accessed 17 December 2013.

The Kitchen Musician,Accessed 17 December 2013.

Scottish fiddle tunes and other traditional music suitable for many instruments, including recorder.

 Malinowski, S. (1974–). Music for recorders. Accessed 17 December 2013.

Michel, W. (2010). Scores of original compositions for recorder. Accessed 16 December 2013.

Mondrup, C. (2011). International Music Score Library Project ( (2006–): Petrucci Music Library: Mondrup Recorder Collection. Project Petrucci LLC, Wilmington. Accessed 16 December 2013.

Extensive collection of compositions and arrangements for recorders.

Mons, H. (2004–). Free early music sheet music. Accessed 20 December 2013.

Naigeon, A. (2006–). Partitions.  Accessed 16 December 2013.

Extensive collection of arrangements suitable for recorders from medieval to modern times.

Ormes, R. et al. (1998–).Choral public domain library. Accessed 17 December 2013.

More than 17,170 choral and vocal works by at least 2,290 composers. Many of these are suitable for recorders.

Paterson, J. (2000–). myfiles. Accessed 17 December 2013.

You will need the Scorch Plug-in to follow the score as it plays, but printable files are also provided. Includes a number of items for recorders, including original compositions by Jim Paterson himself.

Perry, P. (2002–).  Bass recorder solos. Accessed 16 December 2013.

A mixture of solo and part-music all featuring bass recorder.


Piperno, G. (2012–). Baroque personal trainer. Accessed 16 December 2013.

Scores & play-along MP3 accompaniment tracks of baroque works for recorder. Some tracks are at A=415 Hz, others at A=440 Hz

 Reny, V. (2000–). Creation Internet. Accessed 17 December 2013.

Includes many works suitable for recorders.

 Sawyer, C. & Chan, D. (undated ). The Mutopia Project.   Accessed 17 December 2013.

Archive of scores typset using GNU Lilypond by a team of volunteers. All the music is downloadable for free as Postscript (.ps) and PDF files (both A4 and Letter paper sizes), as well as Lilypond’s own LY file format. Audio previews of the music are available as MIDI files. A few of these are suitable for recorders.

Schubert, L. (2001–). Recorder Music.  Accessed 16 December 2013.

Score Exchange. DAP Solutions Ltd, Pidley. Accessed 17 December 2013.

The successor to Amongst the many composers and arrangers represented, the following have scored for recorders:

Schuchardt, R. & Uhlig, M. (2005). Musik des Mittelalters, Spielleut Musikarchiv. Leipzig. Accessed 16 December 2013.

Vives, J. (undated).  BEC WEB: Pagina de Joan Vives: Partitures per a flautes de bec. Accessed 17 December 2013.

Wehlte, A. (undated). Flute + recorder PDF sheet music. Accessed 16 December 2013. Inexpensive scores which you can purchase and print yourself.

Cite this article as: Lander, Nicholas S. 1996–2024. Recorder Home Page: Repertoire: Scores Online. Last accessed 13 July 2024.