Free Catholic music scores and audio samples composed by Paul F. Page

Paul F. Page, composer

Paul F. Page: Breath of Dawn

Paul F. Page, composer

Offering free downloads of easy-to-learn liturgical hymns and psalms, plus piano, organ, vocal, choral and instrumental music in a variety of genres.

Paul and I met at, an online music collaboration and sharing community. We have collaborated on a few songs and have shared our trials and successes in producing music with virtual instruments and sequencers like Apple Logic. Paul has also helped me to improve my skills in music engraving (notation). – Richard Schletty

About Paul

A composer, teacher, and performer, Paul is now retired from a 36-year teaching career—music, journalism, English—and divides much of his time among composing, arranging, and performing. His original music has been published by J. Paluch/World Library PublicationsMark Foster MusicCurtis MusicThe Oregon Catholic PressHinshaw MusicSomerset Press/Hope PublishingLorenz Music, and CynMar Publications. A number of his works have been performed and recorded in Europe and Canada, the former Soviet Union, Japan, and extensively in the U.S. Read more at

Beautiful free music!

At his own website, Paul offers free sheet music scores and free sample audio files. 

Downloadable music includes:

Paul's music at Apple iTunes

Additional music composed and recored by Paul is available here.

More about Paul's music

Paul F. Page's music comes from a background steeped in classical music from the Baroque era to the present. Elements of Mendelssohn, Chopin, Mozart, Faure, Debussy, as well as influences from the visual/cinematic world can be found in this "hybrid-classical" album. Paul has been writing music for over 50 years, having worked as a choral director, arranger, composer, and as a solo artist for the last 45 years. He has created ballet, solo "art" songs, liturgical choral and assembly music, music for orchestra and solo orchestral instruments, and music for organ and piano. He has been recognized for his work as a liturgical and classical composer by ASCAP for the past 14 years, and his vocal music is performed in churches and schools throughout the U.S. where it is included in numerous publications of his octavos and solo songs. He is also a presence at the French site "" and a number of his compositions are also featured in the Pump Audio collection line-up. Through the magic of the internet, Paul's music is literally heard all over the world. 


Such a range of music!

Paul, you really cover the gamut of music genres and stylings – from sacred traditional to contemporary worship to Pop. Very cool. Very generous of you to offer so much of your work for free.
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