Sheet Music Plus Library Now Offers More Than 1 Million Titles

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Online leader of sheet music sales builds collection with titles from over one thousand global publishers

"Our goal is to host all of the world’s sheet music, making it available to everyone," said Jenny Silva, Sheet Music Plus CEO.

Sheet Music Plus, home to the world's largest sheet music selection, today announced its extensive library of sheet music has exceeded the 1 million mark.

“We are excited and proud to now offer over 1 million titles in our growing catalog,” said Jenny Silva, Sheet Music Plus CEO. “Our goal is to host all of the world’s sheet music, making it available to everyone. We’re well on our way and appreciate the support of our customers and the music community.”

Sheet Music Plus works with over one thousand publishers from around the world, including Hal Leonard and Alfred, making them a global leader in the online sheet music industry.

In addition to selling sheet music, the company also sells a wide variety of accessories including musical instruments, music stands, professional audio equipment, as well as digital recording and mixing software.

Most notably, Sheet Music Plus offers composers, arrangers and songwriters the opportunity to sell their original titles on SheetMusicPlus.com while receiving 45 percent in royalties. This self-publishing tool, entitled Digital Print Publishing, is free and available for anyone to use. To date, more than 3,000 musicians have uploaded nearly 30,000 titles to the platform.

About Sheet Music Plus
Sheet Music Plus is home to the world's largest sheet music selection, exceeding more than 1 million titles. Instrument, choral, pop, Christian, Jazz and vintage sheet music are among the million titles, coming from more than 1,000 global publishers. Sheet Music Plus sells music accessories and recording equipment and offers a platform for musicians to publish and sell original work. Learn more about Sheet Music Plus at: http://www.sheetmusicplus.com.

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