MuseScore Songbook - Sheet Music

MuseScore Songbook - Sheet Music

By MuseScore BVBA

  • Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2014-03-20
  • Current Version: 1.13
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 82.33 MB
  • Developer: MuseScore BVBA
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 7.0
Score: 4
From 604 Ratings


MuseScore Songbook lets you play and practise more sheet music at home or on the go. Find and discover new sheet music. Boost your practice by listening to the notes and change the tempo. Play or sing along using the parts mixer. While the app has no functionality to notate music, creating and adding your own scores can be done using the free MuseScore notation software for desktop. Main features: * Listen to the sheet music * Select parts to be displayed * Select parts to be played * Original score layout * Staff resize * Transpose * Open MuseScore (.mscz) files via Dropbox, email, browser * Online access to sheet music shared by the community * Download sheet music for offline usage to built-in library * Multitrack playback with volume control * Real time adjustable tempo * Metronome with volume control MuseScore Songbook requires iOS 7 or later and is supported on these devices: - iPhone 4 and later - iPod Touch 5th and later generations - iPad 2 and later - iPad Mini By purchasing this app, you support the future development of the free and open source music notation software MuseScore. Thank you! PROBLEMS? FEEDBACK? The more you tell us, the better MuseScore gets. Email: FAQ Q Can I notate music with this app? A No, you can not. To notate music, use the free notation software available on Q Can I open my own .mscz files with this app? A You can open files from email, Dropbox, websites etc... Q Why do I need to pay for this app while MuseScore for desktop is free? A Your purchase is used to fund the open source development of the music notation software MuseScore and keep it free. COMMUNITY Follow MuseScore and share your feedback. Facebook: Twitter:



  • Eh

    By ChampFTW
    I LOVE Musescore, but the app not so much. Pros: Transposing 😍😍😍 (I know you can do this on PC/Mac but still, it’s much easier to do to be honest) Selecting which instruments to listen to in a full score (Also possible on PC/Mac, but you would need Musescore Pro) Cons: Bad search bar Can’t notate
  • MuseScore

    By Sebastián Rivera
    The app really useful and fun but I regret buying it and I’m mad cuz there is no way to sign up. It won’t accept my username.
  • Amazing!

    By rgcordell
    I recently decided to teach myself how to play the violin, and I am not willing to pay through the nose for books and sheet music, so this was a great help!
  • Mediocre

    By 3366321578
    For a paid app that only reads music, this is not very great. It is nice that there is a way to listen to music on your phone, but the synth instruments sound absolutely terrible. All I want is for the app to use the exact same sounds as the computer program, and that isn’t asking a lot.
  • I want to write!

    By kaden_error
    I purchased the app because I was really impressed with the computer program and I was disappointed to find that “writing is unavailable at this time” otherwise great app but if you want to write, don’t waste your money.
  • Support iPhone X

    By sia_mac
    Great app just for transmission tool but it doesn't support for iPhone X.
  • Musescore

    By H kdhwvddm
    This app used to work fine until 2 months ago i can’t search up music no more and sometimes the app freezes my phone
  • To Hard To Create an Account

    By acarrus
    I spent at least 45 minutes trying to make an account but the system kept telling me to change my password or my email was not valid. I was not able to get to the music I needed and I was not at all happy with this app. I do not recommend this. I think it is too expensive to buy things that don’t even work.
  • Only plays music

    By Jay Wheezie
    Completely worthless. Only let’s you play music you wrote on your desktop. Don’t waste your money
  • Not a score creation program like Linux

    By Robotech_N_C
    This is not a score creation program like the one of a similar name of a Linux version! It really should have another name. I wanted to create scores not download some jokers version of songs. Guess I should have not assumed it was the program that it was by the name. 14 day return policy ? Prolly not - so my bad... Could be useful if you wanted to buy other people's scores.