Music in Mup format, available for downloading
A selection of sheet music in Mup format is available for downloading.
Since they are in Mup format, the files are relatively small and they can
be either printed out or transformed to MIDI format.
You will need the
in order to print or play the music.
Some of this music is copyrighted music. You are granted the right to download
the files and to print or perform the music
only for your own private and non-profit use.
Music currently available for downloading includes the following.
Waltz No. 3
A Waltz for piano that uses
Mup macros, so that any music that is common
between the "plain" and "embellished" versions
of the themes only had to be entered once.
Woodland Echoes and
Two relaxing pieces in similar style that make heavy use of Mup macros.
Prelude - a
Baroque-style piece for English horn, French horn,
organ, violin, viola, and continuo. Includes
extensive use of macros to demonstrate how Mup can be used to easily generate
full score, condensed score, or individual parts, as well as MIDI output,
all from a single input file.
Love is Patient -
harmony for three voices, to be accompanied by guitar and bass; the guitar
part is shown in tablature and standard notation.
a tone poem for piano. The main theme appears three times, in three different
keys, but with the use of Mup macros, it only had to be entered once.
Gigue - a short, Baroque-style dance
for recorder trio (soprano, alto, and tenor)
Trio 2 - A short 3-voice piece in Baroque style
There Was a Man - an SATB madrigal about lost love
Sonate Pathetique (second movement) - an
arrangement for string quintet of this Beethoven piano sonata
Quin - a parody of the piano style
of a guy named Joe Quintal
The Courtship - A musical tone poem for piano
Nocturne for Kristina - An evening song
Teapot Tempest - If you use the Nocturne to
fall asleep, you can use this rousing piece to wake you up in the morning!
On a 4-Note Theme - a
short piano piece with 20th century tonality.
Victimae paschali laudes - a sample showing a very early notation style, with heavy use of Mup macros.
Dear Christians, One and All, Rejoice - piano
arrangement, with a bit of a rock beat
Come, Ye Thankful People, Come - piano arrangement
All Depending on Our Possessing - piano
I Am Jesus' Little Lamb - piano arrangement
Hark, the Voice of Jesus Calling - arrangement
for SATB plus flute and bass guitar
Lord, Take My Hand and Lead Me - piano
arrangement, with a bit of a rock beat
Alpha and Omega - harmony for three
voices in a folk song style, to be accompanied by guitar(s) and bass
Orb of Light and Love - a three part
a cappella song with a medieval flavor
Peace Like a River - a four part
a cappella arrangement
Creator Spirit, Heavenly Dove - arrangement for
keyboard and tom-tom
Now I have Found the Firm Foundation - keyboard arrangement,
The Son of God Goes Forth to War - keyboard arrangement,
Home on the Range (Traditional)
Other Mup music sites
There are additional Mup songs available from
The Werner Icking Music Archive
includes some Mup songs, specifically:
J. Molinet: Tart ara mon cueur
A semi barless typesetting of an early 16th century French chanson.
S. de Vivanco: Cum ieiunatis
A 5-part early 17th century Latin motet making use of MUP transposition for
printing out score and parts in the original key and transposed to a
'recorder friendly' key
M. Ræhs: Sonata 3tia for flauto traverso & b.c.
The first in a planned series of (at least) 10 sonatas by that composer. The
Mup coding facilitates printout of an urtext score, very close to the
original manuscript, a full score with harpsichord settings of the
figured bass and separate flauto and violoncello parts. This is a
musicological project including comments and critical notes on editors'
changes typeset with TeX. The integration of MUP- and TeX generated
stuff is done by shell scripting (bash).
C. Mondrup: Ça ira? - Werner Icking in memoriam
Makes use of a serial composition 'house keeping' macro. If Mup is
called with option -D ANALYZE then row indexes are printed with all
notes. Otherwise they are suppressed for 'normal' typesetting.
T.Ravenscroft: The Whole Booke of Psalmes
Modern editions from the original part books of Ravenscroft's Psalm
settings. These scores make use of mensural notation macros for
typesetting incipits of initial notes, keys and meter indications from
the original printing. These macros correspond to a set of MusiXTeX
macros and Lilypond mensural time symbol feta fonts used in the modern
edition of the music from Ravenscroft's treaty on mensural notation 'A
Briefe Discourse ...' also found on the Icking archive. For the Mup
Macros, the time symbols are 'hand drawn' with Mup drawing instructions.
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