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noun

[mass noun]
  • 1Printed music, as opposed to performed or recorded music: a pile of sheet music
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    • He also collected songs that had been composed by known writers, performed on the minstrel stage, printed as sheet music, and commercially recorded on 78 rpm discs.
    • Music clubs established music schools within settlement houses, sponsored after-school musical activities and donated records and sheet music to public libraries.
    • Mementos from this career fill the Crosbyana Room: sheet music and gold records, posters from Crosby's Road movies with Bob Hope, and the Oscar he earned in Going My Way.
  • 1.1Music published in single or interleaved sheets, not bound.
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    • The collection consists of 3.000 pieces of sheet music, published between 1850 and 1920.
    • We discussed his patents (years earlier) on musical notation, allowing sheet music to be printed out by computers.
    • The girls were busy piling old sheet music into boxes and hanging choir robes on hangers.

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