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Another resource is IMSLP. IMSLP hosts only music which is in the public domain. Its strength is music which is in the public domain because the composer died so long ago that copyright has expired. But there are also a few modern musical works whose composers have put them into the public domain. IMSLP enables you to do detailed searches. For example, here ...


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CPDL is your friend. Hit the "Multi-category sheet music search" on the front page. That will take you to a quite detailed search dialog where you can filter by several criteria, like period, voices, language, etc. etc. You will find tons of pieces, especially if you don't mind singing Renaissance songs (which CPDL seems to be particularly well stocked with)....


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