Piano Music Database is a free-to-use search engine and database of pedagogical repertoire built for piano teachers.
How It Works
Our team of piano teachers analyze each piece in our collection using over 25 different data points like: pedagogical concepts, difficulty level, mood, style, and themes. Our powerful search engine gives users the ability to quickly search through our entire collection of music using these data points as search filters. The result is a robust tool that gives piano teachers an incredible amount of data about piano music and an easy way to track down the best music for their piano students.
The original idea for Piano Music Database came from the familiar struggles that we’ve all faced as piano teachers: to find interesting and technically appropriate music for our students. From this basic idea, came a simple spreadsheet, then a website, and now a fully fledged search engine. Today, Piano Music Database is managed by a small and dedicated team of ten developers, pianists, teachers, and designers.
Our mission is to provide piano teachers with the most accurate and detailed data about piano music available and to build tools that allow them to use that data to improve their teaching.