Mobile Sheet Music Library
How about instant access on the go to 3000+ study scores from the standard classical piano repertoire?
On m.pianostreet.com, a mobile version of Piano Street's sheet music library you can view piano scores directly on your mobile device.
The mobile sheet music library gives convenient mobile access to all scores from www.pianostreet.com. It is a mobile application in the form of a website specifically adapted for mobile devices such as iPhone, iPad, Android devices and other smartphones. It also works well in many less advanced mobile phones with Internet access.
1. Visit m.pianostreet.com with your mobile device's Internet browser.
2. Login with your Piano Street membership details.
(If you do not yet have an account, you can try out the five completely free pieces.) 3. Browse the composer lists to view any of the 23,000+ pages of sheet music.
Frequently asked questions about the mobile sheet music library
Question: What is the reason for using m.pianostreet.com instead of the normal www.pianostreet.com on my iPad or iPhone?
Answer: The mobile version of the site is optimized for mobile usage. It has considerably quicker load time due to smaller file sizes as well as a streamlined, touch screen friendly, navigation. The scores are also optimized for viewing on small screens both in terms of sharpness as well as file size. If you want to open pdf-files in order to print out from your iPad you should instead use the normal version at www.pianostreet.com.
Question: The scores are very small and unclear and I can not zoom. Why?
Answer: This is a common problem when using the browser "Opera Mini". First of all we recommend using some other browser, but if that is not an option you need to adjust the setting for images to "Image quality: High". If zooming of the scores is not possible we recommend reloading the scores in "landscape" (horizontal) screen mode for maximum resolution.
Question: The vertical scrolling in the scores are very handy when browsing through or following along in the scores but when playing directly from the scores in an iPad it would be easier to flip the pages horizontally. Is that possible?
Answer: At the moment, no. We will make a specific iPad app in the future with improved page turning but for now we recommend that you download the pdf-files and use them in a dedicated sheet music viewer for iPad such as for example ForScore.
Question: I have a Silver membership. If I upgrade it to Gold on the website, will I get full access to the mobile sheet music library as well?
Answer: Yes, the Silver and Gold levels of membership are the same as on the website. If you upgrade to Gold you get full unlimited access to download and print scores from the website as well as full access to view all scores in the mobile sheet music library.