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If you still have the scores, you could find a way to open them in Musescore and make them public with a Musescore account. If the target is not musicians to play it, but rather to be listened to, many sites have already been named; you know what platforms daily consumers listen to music on, and so the only thing left is for you to decide which one (or ones)...


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From your OP and comments, the basic problem seems to be that you don't want to share you music with anyone who won't promise they are going to like it, before even they hear it. Music making is a social activity. If your music is any good, and people find out about it, you will lose control of it. That is 100% guaranteed, and it always has been. The ...


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YouTube doesn't want my music I don't know what you mean. YouTube doesn't ask people to post. If your music is original, you have the copyright and can post it where ever you like. Youtube and Soundcloud are two well know places to upload it. Put it there and see what comments you get. If you don't Spam people, but give some up votes and comments on other'...


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