Sites linked to this one
You might like to explore the sites suggested by others who have found this site relevant. Please let me know of others you think should be listed here. If you can, include a brief description of the site. Thanks.
The Choral Public Domain Library (CPDL) at www.cpdl.org is the largest website devoted exclusively to free choral sheet music. Begun in December 1998, the site has over 300 contributors and 7,600 scores.
Joey Robichaux's Free Sheet Music directory at www.freesheetmusic.net has been around since 1998. From there you can locate thousands of free sheet music downloads, lessons, tips, and articles; many instruments, many musical styles. Joey also runs the site Find Free Sheet Music at www.findfreesheetmusic.com. This is a more organised and categorised collection of sources of free sheet music, lessons, tips, and articles.
The northeast Ohio Sacred Harp site at http://www.oberlin.net/~cwells/sh.htm has links to this site. Charles Wells has converted some of the gallery-music psalm tunes to shape-note form, so you might like to explore these.
The Musica Viva Free Sheet Music Directory (organised by Frank Nordberg) has links to the music on this site at:
Hayden M. Wetzel's site lists recorded Anglican cathedral music by choir, director and composer. Nearly 2500 recordings are catalogued so far, and Hayden intends to keep adding to it. The site is at anglicanmusic.freeservers.com.
Halsway Manor, Crowcombe, Somerset, welcomes groups of singers for weekends, mid-week breaks and workshops. See their website at www.halswaymanor.org.uk, or email Alan Corkett at office (at) halswaymanor.org.uk.
Martin Graebe's site http://www.btinternet.com/~greenjack has a link to this one. The main part of his site is about Sabine Baring-Gould and that is where he usually directs people to access first, particularly because he is still working on the 'Greenjack' area. He hopes eventually to include a page about Baring-Gould's hymns -- but there are a few other things to do first.
Serpent player Laura plays in a west gallery group organised by Bruse Randell in the Boston (USA) area, and has links to this site from the serpent page http://www.world.std.com/~lconrad/serpent.html and her home page http://www.world.std.com/~lconrad/.
Martha Henderson of St Paul, Minnesota, suggests visiting fellow St Paul singer Matt Wells' site at http://www.freude.com/mnfasola. Further links are possible from there.
Solent Waves' website is at http://www.soton.ac.uk/~view/Arts/sw/.
If you're looking for the websites of quires/choirs linked to the WGMA, please go to the official WGMA website for the most up-to-date information. Thanks.