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Old Black Joe (MP3, 3.4Mb, 2' 26", folk/ethnic) by Daniel Rowe
Univore (MP3, 1.6Mb, 1' 9", pop) by Daniel Rowe
Rabbit Hole (MP3, 2.4Mb, 1' 45", progrock) by Daniel Rowe
Nothing is Everything (MIDI, 76.2kb, 1' 33", ballad) by Daniel Rowe
Petrichor (MIDI, 6.4kb, 1' 37", waltz) by Daniel Rowe
Final day of 2019 (MIDI version) (MIDI, 33.9kb, 2' 0", rock/synthesizer) by Patrick May
Final day of 2019 (MP3, 2.3Mb, 2' 0", rock/synthesizer) by Patrick May
Compass (MIDI, 35.5kb, 1' 46", scientific) by Daniel Rowe
First Glance (MIDI, 8.2kb, 1' 37", folk) by Daniel Rowe
Special Friendship (MP3, 1.9Mb, 1' 26", experimental/synthesizer) by Patrick May
Second Glance (MP3, 2.1Mb, 0' 55", folk) by Daniel Rowe
Globe Thistle (MIDI, 3.2kb, 1' 22", nature/ballad) by Daniel Rowe

2013 pieces posted since November 2006, by: James Taylor (613); Daniel Rowe (461); Jerzy Kulik (298); Ricardo Frantz (172); Patrick May (144); Azer Mantessa (123); Keith Bramich (75); Michael Fonos (38); Keith Theodosiou (13); Nikolay Trotsenko (10) ... more ...

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FROM THE MIDI DIARY ARCHIVES:
Thursday 17th February 2005 - April Variations - by Jim Taylor. Copyright © 2005 James K Taylor, all rights reserved. (13 k, 190 sec)
17th February 2002 - Florescence Pt 1 - by Floresound - copyright © 2002 Valeriano Migliorati, all rights reserved. The first part of Florescence's trilogy, which may be considered my MIDI masterpiece. The chord progressions are simple and charming, while the soft melody keeps things moving nicely. (26 k, 180 sec)
February 17th 1999 - Skolliwoll - - Copyright © Dan Rowe, 1999 of MIDI Crossing. (12 k, 97 sec)
(From 19 November 1997 until 18 November 2006 we featured one new original MIDI file each day - there are well over 3000 of these, and we'll feature some different ones each day. These are all smallish MIDI files, and suitable for downloading quickly via dial-up connections.)


LATEST COMMENT:

Things in England? (posted by Keith, 9 Jul 2019, 20:22)

Hi Jim,

Difficult to say really ... most people here think we're completely doomed! I'm rushing around doing quite a lot of conducting and arranging music though ...

Good to hear from you.

Keith


Thanks Keith (posted by Jim Taylor, 7 Jun 2019, 09:38)

Hey Keith. How are things in England? I just turned 73 May 21, and every now and then, I start to think I am becoming mature. Shudder. Someday, if I actually retire, I will get back to composing. I am a retired band director, but I drive the school bus (am doing summer school this summer) and leading the music at an awesome little country church.

https://www.youtube.com/user/MrMidimusicman

Good to hear from you
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