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devonwoody

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Owing to a very cold snap hitting the British Isles at the moment which is keeping me out of the workshop. I have turned to one of my indoor interests, music.

there are over 1300 tune titles listed at this site:

http://www.bedhippie.nl/kar-eng/DTHmenu2.htm

The music loads very quickly to the Windows Media player (around 2 seconds) let the first couple of bars play, then stop the recording using the usual recording icon, and go to File >save media as> and save tunes in a folder using ANY FILES as the format. This means that midi enthusiasts can then open the music in midi software and then obtain all the music notation.

If you are not a music player there is plenty of oldies and modern stuff at this site which is becoming increasingly difficult to locate on the web these days.
 

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Hi DW

That's a very interesting and surprisingly comprehensive site. Thanks for the link :) .

Gill
 

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For some very unusual music (be seriously warned) this is most probably the piece of music that made Virgin Music the success story .

Go to:

http://awemusic.tripod.com/70.html

and search down the list for "Tubular bells"

But again be warned it might help if you have had a large dose of LSD or something
 

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