A Free Music Library Created By Music Lovers as a Gift for Music Lovers
Our musical heritage is a fundamental part of our culture that defines us, our identity, and our history. Much like relics from the past that are curated, preserved, and showcased in museums for everyone to see, we strive to create a curated collection of music so that you can enjoy this eternal art form and all the phases it has gone through since before our time.
Our free music site is a product of our Lou Parmelee, Eric Din, and Dan Della Ripa’s hard work, who spent countless hours finding old music, digitizing them, and uploading them on a platform that grants easy access to all viewers. Our love for music compelled us to create a curated playlist for our fellow music lovers so they can appreciate the uniqueness of each music form, celebrate the diversity of each artist, and appreciate it. Our free music library isn’t a commercial platform—the only one who profits is you.
So, browse through our free music smart links and revel in the symphonies we’ve curated for you with so much love.
Public Domain is long overdue in the USA!
We offer a link to a FREE listen to music that we like.
Everyone should know about the beginnings of music they love.
This site was designed to find this music and share it
No one profits from this site’s MUSIC but YOU!
Find MUSIC U LOVE from others.
Knowledge is power!
I built this site to help keep this gr8 music alive. Enjoy.Matthew King Kaufman
I found some real musical gems here.Eric Din
Very Good Collection!Joel Selvin
Really Good Music! I learned plenty and enjoyed every moment at this wonderful resource.Lou Parmelee
What a fine idea! Great music too.Biba Katz
What We Do
Search the WWW for music and post the results
Identify music in the Public Domain worthy of your time
Post Links to Music
How It Works
Music Lovers/collectors have preserved these musical gems.
Then these recordings are converted to digital files, some of these files are make accessible for free to the public.
@publicdomain4u.com we post a link to a piece of music history you should know about.
These posts contain a short description about their relevance from the poster.
Examples of Music You’ll find here
I always loved the Stooges. I was surprised to find 3 videos had become public domain thru the not timely copyright renewal route. It seems you can find a lot of FREE videos on YouTube.com It seems the “Modern Version” which includes the original Curley’s grandson and...read more
This 1924 recording of this top-selling “Hillbilly-marketed” song became public domain in January. Recorded by Country Hall of Fame Honoree, Vernon Dahlhart, who was born Marion Try Slaughter, for Victor Records, this recording became one of the biggest selling...read more
1924 and Jazz’s early recorded history are now converging. This Jazz classic, Gertrude "Ma" Rainey's See See Rider Blues, was written and performed in 1924. It also features Louis Armstrong on trumpet. The best part is it's yours, Or should I say ours?read more