I've often wished for an easy way to find and purchase scores online, and, lo, it has arrived: Study Scores, an offshot of Amazon. Scores are brutally expensive in general, but there are some bargains to be found here, as well as sizeable discounts: the Mahler Tenth is marked down from a ridiculous $125 to a marginally less ridiculous $78.74. A couple of years ago, in a triumph of bargain-hunting, I picked up that same score for $5.98 in a Half Price Books on the outskirts of Houston. Nearly as thrilling as the time I plunked down one dollar for Boulez's First Piano Sonata in Twenty-Nine Palms, California (ikyn). As Sieglinde reminds me, Indiana University's Cook Music Library has a collection of scores online, and, as Lisa Hirsch informs me, there's a choral music library here.