Please Note: The Musicnotes Player for Windows program is considered legacy software; it will not receive any future software updates. This article has been retained for resource purposes only.
You may continue to use the program, however as time progresses, you may experience more and more frequent issues when using the legacy program to access your purchased music.
Additionally, this legacy program will be unable to access newer product types that may have been purchased under your Musicnotes account.
For the best digital sheet music experience, we recommend either:
- Downloading and signing in to the Musicnotes Player for Windows app, available for download from the Microsoft Store for computers running both Windows 10 and Windows 11, or,
- Signing in to the Musicnotes Web App in your web browser.
The Musicnotes Player allows you to view and hear the Musicnotes digital sheet music files you have purchased (on Windows machines only). After syncing your purchased files, the Musicnotes Player lets you access them for studying purposes.
When you play your files on the Musicnotes Player, you can see the notes light up as the music goes by. You can also adjust the tempo of the playback, as well as select specific passages if you'd like to focus on any certain section of the music.
The Musicnotes Player also comes with a free music encyclopedia, the Musicteacher™. Click any term or symbol and the Musicteacher™ will tell you more about it. Click any note or chord and hear how it sounds.
If you do not have the Musicnotes Player on your computer, you can download and install it here.
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