Bit of an obscure one - but I've been asked by some friends to look out for some particular sheet music that we can't find this side of the pond. Try: Sam Ash. Sam Ash is a huge music store at. New York City, NY Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Sheet music. Watch this Topic. Browse forums All Browse by destination.
Citing Dwindling Sales, Frank Music Company Will Shut Down
Important Update: Shipping online orders, closed to the public. Read More. The Juilliard Store is a full line sheet music and specialty book store specializing in the same core fields as The Juilliard School: Dance, Drama, and Music. The Juilliard Store is open to the public selling sheet music, musical accessories, general interest and specialty books, apparel and gifts. In an era of growing dependence on the internet for buying books and sheet music, the Juilliard Store is unique as one of the last remaining brick and mortar sheet music stores in New York City, and one of the largest remaining in the world. The Juilliard Store employs many talented and friendly classical musicians who are ready to share their passion with you in person, online, or over the phone. Question about a product? Can't find what you're looking for?
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O n Thursday, the bronze bell on the door of Frank Music Company hardly stopped ringing. Dozens of customers had braved the wintry weather to visit the store, some for their first time but all for their last. After nearly eight decades in business, Frank Music, the last classical sheet music store in New York City, will close on Friday at 5pm. With a pencil tucked behind her ear, Heidi Rogers, the year-old shopkeeper, puttered around the store, retrieving scores from the shelves piled high with music from the classics — Beethoven, Chopin, Stravinsky — to the arcane. She paused occasionally to look around at the spartan office, tucked away on the 10th floor of a midtown Manhattan building, as if keen not to forget the position of a single score. Rogers indulged every customer — new and old — at the checkout line. With the faithful patrons who had shopped there for years, she reminisced.