Can't hear MIDI extracts?
When you click on a Play button (left, top), an extract of a PA MIDI file should begin playing. If not, your browser may not be set up to play MIDI files. When set up correctly, each extract should play without causing Media Player (or Quicktime) to boot. This website was tested with Internet Explorer 8, using Media Player as the default player.
MIDI files: When using IE 8, clicking on an icon beside each MIDI item should cause your default MIDI player to boot and play that item. You can then save the item to hard disk. Older browsers might give you options to "run" or "save" the file.
PDF files: Clicking on an icon besides each PDF document should cause that document to appear in Acrobat Reader. If you don't have this program, go to www.adobe.com. Once the document is opened, save it to your hard disk.
This website uses a few short Active X commands. None of these are a threat to your computer. If IE 8 (or similar) restricts these, click on the yellow bar to allow these commands to run.
Samples and downloads
Doll Dance – (Brown), Adam Carroll
Lambeth Walk – (Gay), Frank Milne
Moanin' Low – (Dietz-Rainger), Ralph Rainger
Lullaby of Broadway – (Warren), Arden & Carroll
Gardens In The Rain – (Debussy), E. Robert Schmitz
Sparks – (Moszkowski), Frank La Forge
Etude Op.25 No.6 – (Chopin), Moriz Rosenthal
William Tell Overture Part 1 – (Rossini), Volavy-Brockway
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About the PA erolls
About the music
CEUS recording project downloads
Revolutionary Etude Op.10 No.12 (Chopin), Mieczyslaw Münz
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Track listings in order of title, pianist, composer etc.
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