Parts and Score makes self-publishing your sheet music free, easy, and rewarding. Now, with 100,000+ datapoints, and feedback from hundreds of composers and musicians, Parts and Score is getting even better.
Keep complete ownership
You retain all the rights and ownership of your music. That includes performance rights and copyright.
Continue to sell elsewhere
No exclusivity. You're can continue to sell your music elsewhere, or even leave Parts and Score at any time.
Sell for free
Sell all your music for free. Unlimited pieces. Unlimited sales. Unlimited earnings. All without paying a cent.
I highly recommend Parts and Score and urge you to share it with other composers, arrangers, and performers!
Professor of music at SBCC
Parts and Score’s interface is very user-friendly and intuitive. It has made publishing my arrangements much easier than ever before.
If you self-publish with other sheet music distributors, there are always compromises. Sometimes it's very low fees. Sometimes there's an upfront cost. Sometimes it's a terrible experience for you and musicians. Other times, you have no idea if anyone actually finds your music. When you use Parts and Score, all that changes.
When musicians search for music on Parts and Score, they get instant results. Musicians can get very specific with their search, including looking for intermediate trumpet solos for concert bands. Plus, you can control which search terms your music shows up for. No matter what you write, musicians can find it.
For every piece, share it to Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn with just one click. Parts and Score will automatically sync your music with Google, Bing, and DuckDuckGo. You may even be featured on the Parts and Score homepage.
I wasn't satisfied with any available option to self-publish my music. Low royalties, slow payments, terrible user experience… the list goes on. I could have setup my own website, but that's a lot of hassle and it's possible no one would find it. That's why I created Parts and Score: to be the best place to self-publish possible.
Nick Mazuk, creator of Parts and Score