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Known Unknowns (MIDI, 2.9Mb, 1' 15", unknown) by Daniel Rowe
Ocworm (MP3, 1.7Mb, 1' 16", improvisation/bramiwocky) by Keith Bramich
Multiverse I (MP3, 2.5Mb, 2' 41", illustrative/electronic) by Jerzy Kulik
Multiverse II (MP3, 3.5Mb, 3' 49", illustrative/electronic) by Jerzy Kulik
Ashlyn (MIDI, 4.0kb, 1' 26", astralelectro) by Daniel Rowe
Tong War (MIDI, 11.4kb, ' 56", pagan/percussion) by Daniel Rowe
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SpecialSong (MP3, 3.0Mb, 2' 32", improvisation) by Patrick May
The Cimmerian (MIDI, 4.5kb, 1' 2", sad) by Daniel Rowe
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19th July 2004 - Mooncalf - - copyright © 2004 Dan Rowe, all rights reserved. (10 k, 108 sec)
July 20th 2001 - Requiem - by Jim Taylor. Copyright © 2001 James K Taylor, all rights reserved. This is the kind of piece that, when a kid hears it, they ask "Who died?" Actually, a requiem is a piece of music written for the dead. Many classical composers wrote Requiem Masses. (5 k, 127 sec)
July 20th 1998 - TOPGROOVE - - An original composition copyright © 1998 by Eric Elliott, Found at ERIC'S MIDISHOP. (44 k, 125 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.)


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.


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.

Good to hear from you
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