Guild Wars 2:
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My library contains music that I already have, and every request made during a stream gets added after the stream ends (ostensibly). Use any combination of filters below (or none at all) to search. A maximum of 50 works will be displayed, so narrow your search criteria, if necessary. You can click on column headers to sort on that column.
Just as a warning: obviously I do not have several hundred pieces of music worked up and ready to go, so where performance quality is concerned, you're requesting at your own risk!
*(partial is fine: e.g., "kef"/"kefka"/"theme" will all match "Kefka's Theme")
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Source: (Super Metroid, Jurassic Park, Beethoven, etc.)
URL to PDF score:
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I will happily take most classical requests! That said, I have a better knowledge than most of the genre and will likely just remove requests for works that I know to be of extreme difficulty.
Regulars are starting to get a feel for the kind of stuff I have in my own personal classical library (which is not part of my searchable library here). If you want to hear, say, a Beethoven sonata, and can't or don't want to find the sheet music for it, just use the standard PDF form and put gibberish or google.com or whatever in the URL field.
Classical works are frequently quite long, so if you give me a PDF for a whole sonata or a big collection of shorter works without also leaving a message telling me which to play (and I don't catch anything in Twitch chat), I'll pick a movement or work on a whim.