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Your university, opera house, high school, or other institution will enjoy

  • Over 10,000 free sheet music downloads from our one-of-a-kind library of vocal publications
  • Unlimited new transposition requests
  • Campus-wide access via IP authentication
  • Accessible by students, faculty, staff, and employees



    What kind of sheet music do you publish?

    We publish art songs, opera arias, choral arias, and musical theatre selections in any key. Browse our publications here. Download a free sheet music sample here.

    How do I transpose my song?

    Feel free to suggest new songs or new keys here. We’ll let you now if and when the song will be published (usually about a week).

    When will you publish my request?

    New transpositions are usually published within 6-10 days of request (based on a 4-page average). The publication window may change depending on the density or length of the original source and the amount of suggestions in our queue. We’ll notify you when your transposition is ready for download.

    What key is my song in?
    Request your new transposition here and in the “Key” dropdown menu, choose “I’m not sure, ask me.” We’ll help you find the right key or interval of transposition.
    Can I ask for a song in the original key?

    Yes, feel free to suggest any key here, even if it’s simply to modernize an older edition that’s difficult to read.

    Can I use your editions for NATS?
    Any publication downloaded from ArtSongTranspositions.com will show a watermark including your name, date of purchase, purchase order, and our website name. If you have further questions, please consult NATS’ latest competition guidelines, or contact us.
    How do you decide what you'll publish?
    We publish songs and arias from the classical/musical theatre canon. In addition, we publish based upon your suggestions. In order to comply with copyright law, we must publish only those titles which are either in the public domain or included in our agreements with various copyright holders. We must be able to publish from at least one primary source. We cannot publish from only non-primary sources (such as those under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0). We prefer not to work from manuscripts, but if they are legible, and we can corroborate the text from a reliable source, we’ll make every effort to work with you. If for any reason we’re unable to accommodate your suggestion, we’ll let you know immediately.