Singers – we’ve got some great news for you 😁
After a lot of preparation behind the scenes, we’re pleased to announce the addition of over 1,000 key vocal works to our library as Digital Scores.
What’s in the release
Songs and collections from over 100 of the most important choral and vocal composers are included in the release.
Some of our highlights are below:
- Johannes Brahms
96 songs from his Lieder collections
- Franz Schubert
80 songs — including Winterreise
- Robert Schumann
36 songs — including Dichterliebe
- Hugo Wolf
22 songs — including the Eichendorff Lieder
- Gabriel Fauré
11 songs — including Cinq Mélodies, op. 58
- Gustav Mahler
9 songs — including the Kindertotenlieder
…and you’ll also find songs from these key composers:
- Clara Schumann
- Joseph Haydn
- Richard Wagner
- Edward Elgar
- Fanny Hensel
- Charles Gounod
- Charles Villiers Stanford
- Anton Webern
- Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
- Cécile Chaminade
- Bernhard Lang
- Claude Debussy
Just search for the composer you’re looking for and add a vocal filter to see all songs in your range. No hunting down scores. No hours of research. Just music at your fingertips.
Open the Enote App and start exploring from the search screen!
Digital Scores = Smart Features
All of these vocal scores have been added in our flexible Digital Score format.
That isn’t just some gimmicky format – it’s your key to a suite of tools that let you customize music to your needs.
Some of the best features for singers:
Bringing much more repertoire into your range.
Letting you highlight lyrics, symbols or full parts automatically.
Set the notation size, engraving style and page layout you prefer.
Where do I start?
We know, we know… it’s hard to choose from such a big list! But getting used to finding new repertoire with search filters is one of the joys of working with a large sheet music library.
If you’re still stuck, here are some exceptional recordings of some of our favorite new additions to give you some inspiration.
Brahms’ 4 Lieder
Elīna Garanča delivers a beautiful rendition of “Wir wandelten” – the second song in the collection.
Fritz Wunderlich begins the cycle with a flawless rendition of “Im wunderschönen Monat Mai”.
Fauré’s Cinq Mélodies
Renée Fleming’s voice is the perfect compliment to the entrancing “En sourdine” from Cinq Mélodies.
Wolf’s Eichendorff Lieder
Hermann Prey’s recording of “Der Musikant” is the perfect entry point to the celebrated lieder.
All these songs aren’t going to sing themselves!
Every score in the release is already available in your library, so all you need to do is open the app and dive in from the search screen.
You can also rest assured that our collection of vocal works will continue to grow, so keep an eye out for our emails and push notifications.