Sonic Crossroads publishes a series of sheet music titles available as digital downloads through SheetMusicPlus.com.
Titles include arrangements of traditional melodies, newly edited scores by prominent composers, and otherwise unavailable works culled from archives. Some titles have complete audio available on this site. Look for Subpages with the composer's name for streaming audio of select works. You can also find most by scrolling through the audio player to the right.
Click here for the complete list of our ensemble titles with links to purchase.
Click here for the complete list of works for solo piano and for solo instrument with accompaniment, also with links to purchase.
A select number of print titles are also available:
Anthology of Turkish Piano Music - Volume I (Elementary Level) Includes works by Alnar, Baran, Erkin, Saygun, Sun and with pedagogical notes by Kathryn Woodard ($15.00 - includes tax & shipping in the U.S.)
Anthology of Turkish Piano Music - Volume III (Advanced Level) Includes works by Akses, Alnar, Baran, Erkin, Saygun, Sun, Ucarsu and with pedagogical notes by Kathryn Woodard ($15.00 - includes tax & shipping)
Children's Pieces by Ilhan Baran ($15.00 - includes tax & shipping)
Children's Pieces (four-hand arrangement) by Ilhan Baran ($15.00)
Inci's Book by A. Adnan Saygun - seven elementary piano pieces ($15.00 - includes tax & shipping)
The Francis Hopkinson Songbook Ten songs by early American composer Francis Hopkinson; voice and keyboard plus melody solos for various instruments. (For treble instruments - $20.00 - includes tax & shipping) (viola, bass and b-flat instruments coming soon!)
Single songs from the songbook are also available: My Days Have Been So Wondrous Free & The Toast to General George Washington - $2.00 each
Royal Portraits by Kathryn Woodard. A set of intermediate piano pieces inspired by four historical figures. ($15.00 - includes tax & shipping)
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Learn about Ottoman composer Leyla Saz and listen to her Victory March from 1908 in several arrangements. This work is featured on ...And We Were Heard in a performance by Jacob Wallace and the South Dakota State University Wind Ensemble (also available in the audio player below). Peruse instrumental arrangements available for purchase here