Enote gives musicians access to every score and part for thousands of classical works through a powerful search interface. This makes it easier than ever to find the specific scores you are looking for, or discover new repertoire for your instrument or ensemble.
Enote’s library contains too much music to save locally on your mobile device, so an internet connection is required to browse available works.
Individual scores and parts can be downloaded for offline access and organized in the tab.
Searching for Scores
The path to your sheet music starts on the tab.
Sheet music in Enote is sorted into Works. Each work contains a complete set of scores and instrumental parts for the original composition.
Just type the name of a piece or composer you’re looking for in the search bar to call up a list of matching works in the Enote Library.
Broader search terms like “Beethoven” can return an overwhelming number of results. To help you narrow these down, we’ve added music-specific search filters that let you refine searches with musical criteria like ensemble type, instrument, publisher, edition, period or musical form.
You can add filters to a search by tapping the white + Add More button below the search bar.
You can also use filters without a search term to browse all the works that match certain criteria. Select the search filter categories you need from the boxes that appear below the empty search bar:
The Work Page
When you find a piece that interests you, simply tap on it to open the Work Page:
The Work Page contains a complete set of scores and parts for the piece, as well as information about the work's structure, instrumentation and composer.
Tap any score or part to open it in the Score Viewer. You can also tap the icon to download the score to your device and make it accessible offline.
Tap Add to Library to save the work in the My Library section. Learn more about managing your saved works using My Library here.
If more than one edition is available for a score or part, you’ll be prompted to choose your preferred edition during your first open:
The Work Page also has a second tab for Recordings. This tab contains all audio recordings you have created from any score in this work. You can listen back to your recordings here, or share and import recordings as you need.
Our team are digitizing the world’s sheet music systematically, starting with Solo and Chamber works and moving into Vocal, Orchestral, Stage, contemporary classical and other modern genres.
This means some works you search for won’t be available in our library yet, but will be added in the future.
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