Play along with an orchestra! Tomplay offers thousands of classical, pop and jazz sheet music with backing tracks. Learn and play your favourite works accompanied by high-quality recordings made by professional musicians.
DO YOU PLAY THE PIANO?
Get thousands of scores from beginner to advanced level. Play scores for solo piano with the possibility of practising one hand accompanied by a recording of the other hand or play in a duet or four-hands or accompanied by an orchestra! Our piano catalogue contains many repertoire classics and also jazz, pop and rock sheet music, film scores and world music.
DO YOU PLAY A STRING OR WIND INSTRUMENT?
No need to find a pianist to accompany you any more: you can just choose one of our many scores with a piano backing track. You'll also find many trios, quartets and quintets, as well as pieces with an orchestra to accompany you. Our string and wind instrument catalogue contains sheet music for violin, cello, viola, bass, guitar, saxophone (alto, tenor and soprano), flute, oboe, clarinet, trumpet, trombone, bassoon, tuba, French horn, harp and voice.
DO YOU PLAY THE DRUMS?
Play with the band! Our catalogue contains hundreds of pop, rock, jazz, metal and funk pieces. Each piece includes a professional recording of the rest of the group to back you. Tomimprov mode allows you to improvise over the top of the backing track. Score mode offers you arrangements of the same piece in several levels of difficulty for beginner, intermediate and advanced level drummers!
DO YOU SING?
Our catalogue contains scores of classical, pop, rock, jazz and world music pieces, available in several keys and for all vocal ranges. Each score is accompanied by a high-quality audio backing track. We also offer scores for vocal groups and choirs, which offer you the possibility of listening to a professional recording of the choir and orchestra, while highlighting your own voice part in the recording (played on the piano) which you can use as a vocal guide when practising.
• No more low-quality MIDI playback: Tomplay gives you access to more than 15,000 scores containing high-quality recordings to accompany you
• Slow down or speed up the tempo of the music to adapt it to your level
• Record yourself and play back your performance to make progress more quickly
• Add your own annotations on the score
• Print your scores with your own annotations
• Practise a specific passage from a piece in a continuous loop
• Tuning fork for re-tuning string and wind instruments
• Integrated metronome
Tomplay is an application developed in partnership with the classical music label Deutsche Grammophon and trusted by more than 400,000 musicians in 60 countries.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICING AND TERMS:
Tomplay offers an auto-renewing monthly subscription at $9.99/month and an auto-renewing yearly subscription at $97.99/year to provide you with unlimited access to to our entire catalog - over 10,000 scores.
Payment will be charged to the credit card connected to your iTunes Account when you confirm the initial subscription purchase. Subscriptions automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current subscription period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and the cost of the renewal will be identified. You may manage your subscription and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to your Account Settings after the purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription, where applicable.
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It’s Back to School and time to hit the right notes with the brand new version 3.8 of Tomplay. Forget maths, geography and history, the following new features will help you to practice your instrument:
• Discover our new Bands and Ensembles section! This section, which is aimed at schools and teachers as well as any musicians who want to play together, will eventually include all trios, quartets, quintets, sextets and larger ensembles which are already available in the Shop.
To access the Bands and Ensembles section, click on your instrument in the Shop (top right-hand corner), and scroll down to the bottom, where you will find the “Bands and Ensembles” section. In this section, you can easily see the different instruments available in each ensemble piece: you can then choose your instrument part. Each musician can download their own part. Our multitrack audio system enables you to mute any instrument and adapt the Tomplay accompaniment to your needs.
• The accordion is now included in the Tomplay catalogue! We will gradually expand our catalogue for this instrument but some pieces are already available.
• Improved annotations: when you remove notes on the sheet music with the white pencil, you can now add text, annotations or drawings over them. In addition, you can now annotate the sheet music while the visual instrument is on the screen.
• Other improvements: you can completely delete the free sheet music titles from your account ; you can filter sheet music titles by download date via the main menu.
• Since the last app update, we have released more than 1500 new pieces.
If you're still enjoying Tomplay, we would be grateful if you could leave us a review in the App Store. This helps us a lot and means we can continue to release new pieces, as well as new features.
Ratings and Reviews
Really takes the edge off of the pandemic shut down
I am very glad that I discovered Tomplay. Like many people, I am an orchestra musician who has not been able to play with other people in person since the shutdown begin. Virtual performances are interesting but you’re not playing with other people at the same time. Some of these Tomplay pieces really get you almost there; especially chamber pieces like string quartets. Some of the accompaniments have very synthesized or distorted sound quality, but others sound quite good, and playing the chamber ensemble pieces with the music playing directly from my iPad, despite not being the best speakers in the world, was better than putting an earpiece in my ear because it’s more realistic to have the sound coming from outside. The first time I played a Beethoven string quartet this way, it was such a realistic experience that when I screwed up, I actually instinctively apologized to the virtual people in my iPad! And I have to say, when I got to the end of that first one, I think I got a little emotional… Ludwig would’ve been happy. It’s not perfect, but I’m giving it five stars anyways just because it fills such an important hole.
Developer Response ,
Thanks for your comment. We are happy to hear that you have a great time playing with our interactive music scores. We are currently working on re-recording some older music scores, but the process takes some time, specially with some studios closing or in limited capacity for Covid reasons.
In the meantime, please do not hesitate to flag us any quality issue you notice from your side https://tomplay.com/contact
It’s nice being able to hear the music as well as reading the notes to focus on nuances as one learns a new piece of music. Lots of features here that help the musician out, like being able to slow things down, choose what instruments one would like to hear and being able to record and annotate different fingerings and things. I’m both a cellist and classical guitarist so it’s nice to be able to find new music to work on in different areas, and the subscription is great for being able to just download new songs without even thinking about paying for song by song.
The downside that I see is that the sound quality is compromised when slowing down a piece, but I am working off an old iPad for now until a new model arrives in a few days- keep in mind an iPad 4 may not cut the mustard here, and then of course one could also be like me and download lots of songs, play all day and still feel like there’s so much to work on!! But then again, that’s also what makes it fun, by having so much to look forward to practicing. Good times, and I’m happy I downloaded this app
Best teaching tool ever!!
After eight years of lessons and really trying to play the piano I had pretty much given up. I wasn’t practicing more than a half hour, two or three times a week and just wasn’t enjoying it anymore. Was all set to sell the ol' piano when I chanced upon Tomplay, a couple weeks ago. Wow! Being able to play using the app's orchestral accompaniment feature makes a huge difference. You really feel like you are playing music when you use that feature. And, as for a teaching tool it can’t be beat. I love being able to #1 slow the tempo, #2 use the looping feature to play 1, 2, 3 or more measures over and over again until I get that part of the piece down pat, #3 appreciate the suggested fingering on each piece, #4 the ability to make my own notations and highlights on the music, and then print it off. And the huge music library is very impressive. Thanks to the Tomplay app I’ve gone from practicing sessions of a half hour a couple of times a week to do literally hours a day.
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- In-App Purchases
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- Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata - Piano $2.99
- Clair de Lune $1.99
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