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
Kokomo Arnold's left-handed slide guitar playing and vocals, delivered with the same intensity and conviction as a sermon from a Sunday preacher, made his records sound 20 years ahead of their time. From 1934, "Sissy Man Blues" has a place in gay music history, with...read more
The Empress Of The Blues, Bessie Smith, got her start busking with her brother in Chattanooga as a young girl. Still a child when she auditioned for the Stokes troupe, she won the gig as a dancer, not a singer, because that chair was already filled by none other than...read more
This is a contribution to the Public Domain that should be acknowledged. William Shakespeare is a great example of the value of public domain. His works written in the English language in the 16th and 17th centuries are considered some of the best dramas ever...read more