Carolus wrote:One of the best ways to find such items online is via AddAll.com. Abebooks, ZVAB, Albris and some others are useful in this regard also.
jujimufu wrote:I don't know about this idea.
I mean, I can see why you propose it, and I can see why it would be great, but problem is - there's tons of tons of second hand music shops around the world. Just think of how many are in your town/city, then how many in the country, then how many in the world.
jujimufu wrote:And what would the criteria be for getting it in the list?
jujimufu wrote:Also, assuming the list grows big enough to accommodate a lot of the members of the site, who would be responsible for making sure the list is up to date?
jujimufu wrote:It's like saying we should start a list of libraries around the world containing public domain scores.
jujimufu wrote:I am sure if people were interested they could just go out and ask about second-hand shops or libraries in their local area.
Carolus wrote:One of the best ways to find such items online is via AddAll.com.
It's certainly true that one still has to hunt to find a good deal - even for used music scores.I tried that one. It seems a score is about ten times more expensive when its informations have been put into an online catalog! I'll continue browsing dusty stacks of sheet music whenever possible.
panda wrote:In Australia I can only think of one which is dedicated to second hand music.
jujimufu wrote:What about online second-hand shops? :X Do we add them or not?
jujimufu wrote:I know some second-hand score shops in Athens, Greece, but I haven't been able to find any information online (I doubt they have a website), so I have to add that one when I go back there and find the shop
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