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FROM THE MIDI DIARY ARCHIVES:
Tuesday 5th October 2004 - Away - - copyright © 2004, Rick R Frazier, all rights reserved. This is an improved version of Rick's One Mile which won the 2002 Cadenza MIDI Diary competition. The first two minutes' music is virtually the same, except for revoicing, but the rest is totally different. (32 k, 411 sec)
October 6th 2001 - Traphach - - copyright © Keith Bramich, 2001. All rights reserved. (20 k, 172 sec)
October 6th 1998 - Wood and Metal - (16 k, 174 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.)
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Hymn Question (posted by James K. Taylor, 4 May 2022, 02:37)
|Why did church hymn composers compose so many hymns with only four verses but never a fifth verse?|
Answer. they thought people might have an "add-verse" reaction.
Daniel Rowe (posted by Patrick May, 30 Sep 2021, 14:58)
|It's been a while since I checked the MIDI messages section...|
I'm really sad to hear about Dan Rowe, I always admired and respected his creativity and sense of style/aesthetic/humour/personality.
I'm really glad to have been connected to him in some way. We're all lucky to have known him. I'm especially lucky to have had the opportunity to collaborate on a song with him.
Thank you Dan for all the music.