The objective of this site is to provide a means of promoting Jewish Liturgical Music (JLM), music that is part of our Jewish musical heritage, which is in danger of becoming forgotten through disuse. Already today the music of some 1,700 JLM composers lays gathering dust on shelves of institutions and individuals around the world. This site will provide a centralized location for JLM music in electronic formats, and information available that would only normally be obtained from specialized libraries around the globe. And even then you would have to photocopy the book, ask someone to play it all to you, or play it yourself. A major innovation from the use of an electronic library is the ability to download MIDI files, which allows amateur choirs to begin learning pieces in 4 parts with very little effort. An interesting feature of this site is that it offers advice and music tutorials on how to start a shul choir and conduct prayer services. Currently, thousands of sheets of shul music have been scanned and put on the site for download. The growing collection includes: The Blue Book, synagogue music by Sulzer, Lewandowski, Goldfarb, Ephraim Katz, Rev. Marcus Hast, Samuel Alman, and more coming. A mailing list on Shul Music is also open for new members - details in the website.