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sheet music

noun
1.
music printed on unbound sheets of paper.
Origin
1855-1860
1855-60
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Examples from the web for sheet music
  • But the scandal increased fado's appeal, leading to the publication of its first sheet music.
  • The high-stakes copyright showdown affects far more than sheet music.
  • Musicians learn songs by reading the supplied sheet music, and play along with a backing band.
  • Music is created by writing musical notes on paper, called sheet music.
  • The store sold textbooks, sheet music, stationery and shoes.
  • Often, she would be handed the sheet music for a song the same day she performed it.
British Dictionary definitions for sheet music

sheet music

noun
1.
the printed or written copy of a short composition or piece, esp in the form of unbound leaves
2.
music in its written or printed form
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