SCHOTT MUSIC's NEW WEBSITE HITS THE GROUND RUNNING!
So, you’ve come to the Schott Music website and everything looks different. You’re looking for Johann Sebastian Bach's "Jesus bleibet meine Freude" for your next concert. Don’t worry, you’re only a few clicks away.
From 29th June on, you can enjoy our completely redesigned shop that includes many new and updated features, an improved check-out process, an informative blog, an updated appearance as well as numerous unseen improvements under the bonnet that will help you find the music you need.
NEW LOOK, NEW POSSIBILITIES
With more than 30,000 digital and 80,000 printed publications to search from, our new web shop has a number of features to help make browsing easier, including the ability to refine your search results using filters.
IN SEARCH OF BACH'S STRING TRIO
Let’s see how we can use the new search filter to look for Bach’s Jesus bleibet meine Freude.
Starting from the top of the page, click on the “Sheet Music” tab and select the category "String instruments".
The new filter function appears on the left side of the screen. You can filter your results by instrumentation, composer or genre. As we want to find Bach’s string trio, we will select the “Trio” under “Instrumentation” and “Johann Sebastian Bach” under “Composer”.
The website will filter the results to match your search criteria from more than 100,000 titles. Et voilà, the Bach title we are looking for has appeared in the results section on the right.
FROM SEARCH TO PURCHASE IN TWO STEPS
After adding the product to the shopping cart, it only takes two more steps to complete the check-out process. Our new shop also offers the possibility of logging in and completing the payment via Amazon.
FREE RESOURCES STILL AVAILABLE
Having been around for more than 250 years, we’ve developed a number of free resources for music learners. For many beginners, these resources are particularly useful when you want to start playing an instrument but do not have a teacher.
We will continue to provide these resources on our new website. Our blog will focus on similar topics, including book recommendations for music teachers, interviews with Schott authors and useful tips for instrumental lessons, whilst also continuing to feature our contemporary composers and the Work of the Week etc.