Sheet Music Index

Almost all (99.99%) tango sheet music available for free on the web is of such poor visual quality it is barely readable. It must be entered into music notation software to clean it up and prepare a working copy. This is time consuming.

I usually make the sheet music I’ve touched up available for download in pdf files. The notes aren’t changed. I may have entered the chords and identified the sections and/or phrases. And sometimes the lyrics are not included.

I have only one request: if you use or re-post any of the scores, please acknowledge this site.

8 Responses to Sheet Music Index

  1. Arthur says:

    Thanks! Thank you so much for these tango sheet music.
    I teach tango dance to poor students in south america for free. I love tango, I am studing violin now, it s amazing to learn a new instrument begining with the music we love.
    Thank you again!!

    • tangomonkey says:

      You’re welcome. Every now and then I consider learning the bandoneon – but there is no time to devote an hour or two every day to it. And without that level of attention very little progress would be made. Hopefully in the future.

  2. Melinda says:

    Wonderful beautiful crisp sheet music!!! Thank you so much. This whole site is so helpful….what a great job of explaining things in a way that a non-musician can understand.

  3. sandy says:

    This is wonderful! I can’t seem to find old tango music (hard) for piano. Does anyone have Palomino Blanco or Adios Muchachos (sorry if the spanish is wrong). I have a wonderful Carlos Dasso tango (he was from Gualaguaychu), quite difficult. Probably out of print.

  4. Roberta says:

    I´d love to see Pata Ancha´s sheet music!

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