The Comment Connection

This area can be used for your comments or questions.
It is simple ! Just ADD YOUR ENTRY to the page !

Announcement - MP3 files are here!
In order to reach a wider audience for classical music, we now accept MP3 file submissions.
Please only send MP3 files you created from MIDI sequences. You may use your own or any public domain MIDI files to start,
then make them sound good and record the results in an MP3 file. When you're done, please
upload both the MP3 and the MIDI versions.
We can only accept copyright free MP3 files, that's why we need the MIDI version, so we can verify the origin of the MP3.
The main purpose of the Classical MIDI Connection is still classical MIDI, but we also know that not everyone has the proper MIDI equipment.
Not to mention the limitations of General MIDI and the wide range of new software and hardware synths and samplers
capable of much better reproduction of classical music. So let's get busy, convert as many MIDI sequences as possible.

About the Scarlatti Sonatas:
I didn't change the files, the author did. Unfortunately the new versions require some editing,
so in most cases they will not sound very good using simple midi player plug-ins, you need a sequencer program
to make the changes. The files were saved in midi format 0, without the proper instrument assignment.
There are 12 channels, each one should be set to Harpsichord.
The reason for the multiple channels is that the creator of these sequences wanted to reproduce the original tuning of
the baroque harpsichord. I assume that his synth was already set to harpsichord so he didn't notice the problem,
and didn't include the patch changes for all channels. Since patch changes are not sent out in the beginning of
the files, you will listen to whatever patches your synth was assigned previously.
If you're going to listen to a number of these Scarlatti Sonatas, the best you can do is to set all channels
to Harpsichord on your synth or sound module. I simply don't have the time to edit all 500 plus files, but
I'm going to upload one midi file with the proper channel assignment. If you play that file first, the
Scarlatti Sonatas will sound the way they were intended to, Harpsichord on all channels. John Sankey created
a monumental collection of excellent harpsichord sequences and a minor technical detail should not get in the way of enjoying them.

USA - Saturday, May 12, 2007 at 20:39:15 (EDT)
I have listened to your Scarlatti harpsichord MIDI collection for years. Lately I have noticed the harpsichord has been replaced by a piano or an annoying cheap organ. You have taken away my listening pleasure. Why has this happened? In your files where you can choose an instrument you want to hear, you DO NOT EVEN MENTION the harpsichord! WHY NOT?
David Lofgren
USA - Saturday, May 12, 2007 at 13:18:32 (EDT)
For those who have an Avance AC'97 soundcard and want to use the onboard reverb for MIDI files or to record WAV or MP3 files, as you probably know, the factory presets don't fit classical music very well. Here is my (recently revamped for
the contest) parameter list for the 'Customized' preset. It works quite well with all classical MIDIs I've tried.
11.74 m
-1007 mB
-6.977 mB/m
-1174 mB
0.012 s
-232 mB
0.017 s
2.414 s
If it won't let you enter the exact same value as I have listed, get as close as you can. Then, of course, tweak to your heart's content.

Steven Glenn
USA - Thursday, May 03, 2007 at 16:35:35 (EDT)
has any one a midi file of Ravel's la Valse, orchestral version?
I'm looking for it but I can't found it yet!

ITALY - Thursday, May 03, 2007 at 05:08:12 (EDT)
Announcement: Classical Midi Sequencing Contest
The 2007 Classical Midi Connection MIDI Sequencing Contest starts in May
Prizes offered by our sponsors will be awarded before Christmas, 2007.
You can read the details at the Midi-Contest Page

USA - Wednesday, April 18, 2007 at 14:04:10 (EDT)
Does anyone know of a classical midi arrangement contest? I'm just finishing a GEEORGEOUS rendition of the 1st movement of Dvorak's "New World" Symphony. I'm actually starting to take it seriously! Maybe I need professional help. I'm considering marriage. Anyway, I actually played horn in the Waco Symphony Orchestra with a wonderful cellist by the name of Kevin Dvorak, Antonin's great-great-great grandson. Guess I'll upload the arrangement, so you'll see it in a few months.
Steven Glenn
USA - Saturday, April 07, 2007 at 00:36:41 (EDT)
A gift to the world: the marriage of the 9/16 right brain, 8/16 left brain. I understand there are 10,000+ files here. Do you know that if you torrented them all, and listened to 3 files a day, it would take you more thatn 9 years to listen to them all!
Steven Glenn
USA - Saturday, March 03, 2007 at 21:55:44 (EST)
Hi. It's the hottest midi page I found. :)

I'm wondering how cool could be, if i can download all of the midi files from a torrent... ;)

Hungary - Saturday, January 13, 2007 at 05:27:02 (EST)
The Scarlatti sonata is not missing, it was just "misplaced".
Scarlatti Sonatas

USA - Thursday, November 30, 2006 at 18:53:27 (EST)
i was thrilled to see all your Scarlatti sonatas. At first glance, I thought it contained all 555 sonatas, after closer inspection, I noticed that some were missing. I wanted to play K.30-the "Cat's Fugue", but it was missing. Why is that?
Peter Haritakis
USA - Thursday, November 30, 2006 at 18:13:37 (EST)
I just want to take a little time to give you my many thanks for your site.
You are very helpfull for me and my students.
Thank you for your generosity...
Merry Christmas to you all !!!


Madeleine Lafrance
Canada - Monday, November 27, 2006 at 13:52:40 (EST)
when ever i try to play my downloaded music,it says internal error
lester blanford jr.
USA - Saturday, November 25, 2006 at 09:50:55 (EST)
If you're having trouble playing and saving the MIDI files at this site, I have a solution. See the "Instructions" on the Main Index Page for details.

USA - Monday, July 24, 2006 at 15:44:09 (MST)
It seems I have started a thread here regarding the problems with error messages on windows media player, and with downloading files, I did Email l Les during world cup period and got the impression this would be fixed , come on Les let's hear from you ? Best Regards Don Robertson. P.S. Hope you enjoyed the football.

Gordon D Robertson

Oxford, Oxfordshire U/K - Wednesday, July 12, 2006 at 03:21:33 (MST)
I have the same problem as others who've posted here: the site used to work fine for me, but for the past year (at least), I get an error message when I try to play a file, and downloads are also impossible. Do I now need to be a member to access the files?


USA - Monday, July 10, 2006 at 19:49:27 (MST)
I get this message from WMP when I click on any of the titles: "Windows Media Player cannot play the file. One or more codecs required to play the file could not be found." However, midi files play fine in WMP from other sites or my hard drive. Looking forward to being able to listen to this huge catalog of wonderful music.
Bob Powell
Idaho Falls, ID USA - Sunday, July 09, 2006 at 11:24:25 (MST)
Still can't play any of my music or any other, Keep getting a notice saying (Class not Registered)when my Windows Media Player come's up, it works O/K on Classicalmusic archives.
Also no reply from the new compositions sent weeks ago

Gordon D Robertson

Oxfordshire, USA - Saturday, July 08, 2006 at 10:47:51 (MST)
I've been visiting this site for a long time now, but how come I can't play the other songs like Beethoven's Fur Elise or Mozart's Turkish March? There's always a "torn something" showing up. I wasn't having this problem before. What should I do?

Anaheim, California USA - Wednesday, June 07, 2006 at 13:23:33 (MST)
Why i can not download?
Super site!!

Therese Fischer

Stilli, AG CH - Friday, April 07, 2006 at 02:48:09 (PDT)
Check the Recent Additions page for new MIDI files!

USA - Monday, February 13, 2006 at 03:24:51 (PST)

have been trying to download St John's passion #60 file form this site with no success. Whats the secret?? Read earlier message regarding "WinAmp", what is that? do I have it? How do I get it? Am using OS WinXP ~ any hlp greatly appreciated. thanx Bud


tinley park, Ill USA - Friday, February 10, 2006 at 15:31:50 (PST)
It would be great if someoone added Chopin's "Maiden's wish" (Zyczenie) transcripted by Liszt. Please...

Ali Boyalý

Ýstanbul, Turkey - Sunday, February 05, 2006 at 04:24:32 (PST)
What a site and what a collection of midis. Downloading one at a time is a possibility, but not trying to be a pig - if it were possible to download a zip file of each composer would be such an advantage - I am just afraid that all of this may disappear and it is so valuable. I am not a professional, but I download what I can and transpose playable ones using Melody Assistant and edit, transpose, change instruments, change staffs, raise certain music notation octaves when needed - you name it. I am just astounded that this exists on the internet, and I cruise the internet daily.


Roslyn, PA USA - Friday, February 03, 2006 at 21:37:30 (PST)
No updtaes in a long, long time. Is the site going under?

David lake

Maryland USA - Monday, July 05, 2004 at 17:56:45 (PDT)
I moved the Classical MIDI Connection and MIDIWORLD to new,
and hopefully better servers. Updates will soon resume.
Please let me know if you find any errors on the site.

USA - Saturday, July 03, 2004 at 01:39:32 (PDT)


USA - Monday, March 29, 2004 at 16:14:10 (EST)
hey, im lookin for MIDI versions of The Divine Comedy, if anyone can help me out e-mail me please! im pulling my hair out trying to find it. thanx :)


Dallas, Texas USA - Sunday, March 28, 2004 at 14:52:49 (EST)
What is the music played during the DeBeers diamond commercial (diamonds are forever)?

Linda R. Hansen

Maine USA - Friday, March 26, 2004 at 22:54:54 (EST)
Hi I am composer pianist.

Are you interest in show my compositions?
Can I submit my own Compositions in midi file?
For example my prelude and Fugue?
You can put my profile on-line (with photo) to others musicians know me?

My compositions is mainly for Piano and Camera Music. Include 2 Piano Concertos.

I have one descendant like Johann Samuel Schroter (the first composer pianist) I play live and give classses at yahoo messenger and you are welcome.

I won my first award with 16 and My first soloist performer
with orchestra with 25 (Chopin E Minor Piano concerto)
I begin write music with 20 and with Computer in 1995.
I am graduate degree in Music (1988), a lot of Piano Competitions

One travel to Seatlle (USA), making concerts, and 3 Germany Master Classes in 1993/4 (Jorg Demus Peter Rosel and Sebastian Benda)

I am also computer music educator, so, I wrote 200 musics in Encore 4.5.2. (2 piano concertos, etc). I begin use Sibelius 2.0 too. This is because I need the scorch plugin to put some musics in my educational
web page.

I use Sonar XL 2.0 to record performances in MIDI and Convert to audio. I use Audio Compositor too, to rendering MIDI to wave, plus soundfonts. To edit audio and to convert between formats I use Sound Forge and Cool Edit. To record myself and write music I use My Roland RD 700 and Yamaha PSR 510 (Yamaha is a Roland MIDI "slave")I make my own Audio CDs, in my Studio Desktop.

I attach here my music compositions list

My personal page:

My music at State of Washington Library
Digit Schroeter Guilherme

My music at Cornish School of music
Digit Schroeter Guilherme

My performance in *.mp3 at
Digit Schroeter Guilherme

My music in *.sib at
Digit Schroeter Guilherme

Murray Parahia was recorder Johann Samuel Schroeter:

About Corona Schroeter

Schroeter in Cambridge University:$hfrancois

The American Institute of Conteporary German Studies
(More about Corona Schröter)
You find this text:

"...5. Classical Period Germany

The Prussian court of Anna Amalia's brother (Frederick the Great) was one of the most musical anywhere, and she flourished in it, studying a number of instruments and composition. Juliane Benda Reichardt was one of the leading singers and composers of early lieder. Another important singer was Corona Schröter, who was closely associated with Goethe and Schiller, whose poems she set as lieder...."


Guilherme Schroter
ASCAP Composer, Pianist
Graduate degree in Music
Computer music educator

Guilherme Schroeter
Santa Maria/RS, Rio Grande do Sul Brasil - Friday, March 12, 2004 at 15:13:26 (EST)
I am interested in finding the theme music for the UEFA Champions League football competition. The music is generally played before matches and during adverts of events. If you cna help please tell me where I can find it,

thank you


Newcastle, England - Saturday, March 06, 2004 at 11:17:25 (EST)
i posted a question on classicalmidiconnection in 8/02. since then i have been receiving an outrageous amount of spam. could you please remove my entry from the list. ie delete? i think this will decrease my spam. thanks.

scott smith

midland, tx USA - Friday, February 13, 2004 at 09:16:17 (EST)
I have a question. How do you save the MIDI Files?
Elkins Park, PA USA - Saturday, January 24, 2004 at 08:26:02 (EST)
Fantastic. Now we can listen and play classical music ;-)))
great, thanks don't know what to say ! thank you ;-)
Best regards from France
drummer (!)
Yamaha sta. custom + Zimjian K cymbals+ mesh heads + ddrum triggers
ddrum 2 module
Yamaha DTX 2.0 module
JV 1080 + JV 80
Cakewalk pro audio 9 for midi files ;-)

Pascal Coppolani
PACA France - Sunday, October 05, 2003 at 18:06:22 (EDT)
sorry i forgot to type in the rest of my email before. i fixed it here :-)
Christopher Johnson
Salt Lake City, UT - Tuesday, September 16, 2003 at 00:40:56 (EDT)
this site is SOOOOOOO awesome! if anyone is willing to take requests for music that others like me would like to see sequenced, then i just wanted to let put in my request for Mahler's Third Symphony. i know they can be ferocious monsters, but the sixth movement is the most beautiful piece of music i have heard in the entire world even to this day. even, if all that could be done were that last movement, oh--a finer addition to your wonderful library of great music you would be hard pressed to find! Keith Lockhart, former conductor of the Bosten Pops Orchestra, now THE music director of the Utah Symphony orchestra, said, as i bear witness i heard with my own two ears, that the sixth movement of Mahler's 3rd is "one of THE MOST beautiful pieces of music that we as musicians get to play". i listen to Maurice Abravanel's recording of the sixth of the third over and over again and it is phenominal i tell you! if anyway needs a recording to help in preserving the character quality feeling and flow of this stunning piece, we may be able to work something out. BTW i'm probably going to forget completely that i posted this comment here, and most likely will forget to check for replies, so if anyone wants my help as a resource during the sequencing, granted you find this project to be worthy of your time and effort, as i feel it would be, you know where to get ahold of me. thanks again for all the fine music!
Salt Lake City, UT USA - Tuesday, September 16, 2003 at 00:38:12 (EDT)
best wishes and congratulations for this nice website ! regards, Frank

Zurich, CH Switzerland - Monday, September 15, 2003 at 02:28:17 (EDT)
What a fantastic site!! Its like an enormous library thats allways open and free to use. Thankyou so much for this awesome resource of music and information! Congratulations to all involved. Just a thought , some of the modern day film score composers have the skills and substantive work worthy of inclusion in this collection of great composers... people like Jerry Goldsmith, Morricone, Poledouris, Conti & Schifrin. If you ever were to add a Great/Significant Film Composers section ( in lineage after the Modern) then that would be the terrific and I reckon the audience would love it.
Thanks again. Daniel Shore

Daniel Shore
Sydney, Australia - Sunday, September 14, 2003 at 23:50:48 (EDT)
a nice hello and all the best wishes from susan ! keep up the nice work

wintersport skiurlaub
(wintersport skiurlaub)
Berlin, de germany - Saturday, September 06, 2003 at 14:41:28 (EDT)
correction: You will need to left click to get an option to save

Don mcConnell

USA - Sunday, February 23, 2003 at 01:06:09 (EST)
I found that I was able to download the midi files as soon as I disabled Windows Media player as the default player for midi files. After that a right-click brought up a window which gave me the option to save it whever I chose.

Don McConnell

USA - Sunday, February 23, 2003 at 01:04:13 (EST)
Anyone have Kabalevsky's cds Olympia records #'s 266 and 267. Will pay well


USA - Friday, February 21, 2003 at 00:20:17 (EST)
Every midi link at this site leads me to clavier.html and no midi or not available on this server. This is true with left click to play or right click to download. Using Windows Media Player V 7. What could be the problem?
- Thursday, February 20, 2003 at 03:44:00 (EST)
Fantastic site i can only say this


Italy - Monday, February 17, 2003 at 10:28:27 (EST)
Thank you for beeing here,I love your site.


Rehovot, Israel Israel - Sunday, February 16, 2003 at 06:56:45 (EST)
Great page, I would like you to include a section for guitar pieces, which i believe would be very useful.
Please give me some advice about what songs(for guitar) to download


Bs As, Argentina - Tuesday, February 04, 2003 at 17:32:26 (EST)
Wonderful site! Thanks for including Luigi Cherubini - the greatest classical composer (in my opinion) who ever lived. It was nice to see him in the "photo" section.


USA - Monday, January 27, 2003 at 14:52:00 (EST)
Hello, nice site. (sorry my english) If I can save the midis, how? the right click not work. thanks..


USA - Saturday, January 18, 2003 at 23:26:26 (EST)


LOME, TOGO - Friday, December 27, 2002 at 14:40:18 (EST)
To save MIDI files while playing in WINAMP click the tiny menu icon at top left corner of the player...then from the drop-down menu choose "view file info", then "save" at bottom right of following menu.

Sharon Scheu

Puerto de la Cruz, Tenerife Spain - Wednesday, December 04, 2002 at 15:32:39 (EST)
Dear Sirs,
Since a long time I had the opportunity of being linked from your extrordinary site.No doubt I with pleasure used a banner
and gave a link from my modest homepage.Recently I discovered that the link to my homepage was non existent.Do you reconsider and delete sites or was it erroneously done?
Yours Sincerely
Arman Sabciyan

Arman Sabciyan
Istanbul, Turkey - Wednesday, November 27, 2002 at 13:59:19 (EST)
We wish Burgmuller's music were on your website, it's simple and beautiful and good for kids! (We wish you a merry christmas tune)

S Huang

USA - Tuesday, November 26, 2002 at 00:58:46 (EST)
hello and thank you, I am looking for words and music to Oh Holy Night My Granddaughter Janel who is just 10 yrs. old would like to sing it at open mic night at the Clearfield Cast Building for the Arts. They promote future talanted people. THANKS , Sibbie

sibbie bloom

curwensville, pa. USA - Monday, November 25, 2002 at 14:08:59 (EST)
Gennie: no such problems on my PC. The only thing I can think is that your system for some reason dislikes the sysex commands in these MIDIs. You could try opening the midi files in a sequencer and deleting them.

Jeremy Dimmick
UK - Monday, November 25, 2002 at 10:39:06 (EST)
I'm so happy to have found your site. I want SCHURBERT'S UNFINISHED SYMPHONY very much, but something is wrong with all three movements. They make my computer freeze. I've downloaded quite a few others with no problems. I really do want these files! Can you fix them, please?

Gennie Summers

Exeter, MO USA - Saturday, November 23, 2002 at 15:39:38 (EST)
Hello all-

I am currently looking for MIDI files or the full score to the Divine Comedy. I am writing a Field Show for a band in the area and could use the midi to play it by ear or the score to play it by eye. If you can find either of these for me e-mail me at

Thanks a lot!


Los Gatos, CA USA - Thursday, November 14, 2002 at 05:37:11 (EST)
My site is on line :

You can write me if you want to know more :


Lyon, Rhone France - Tuesday, November 12, 2002 at 13:58:27 (EST)
just wondering when the next update will be


USA - Thursday, November 07, 2002 at 23:09:19 (EST)
Anyone know a site w/ Robert W. Smith's "Divine Comedy" on it? Or Key Poulan's "Medusa" or "Rise and Fall of Rome" Email me if you do

Da Tessie

USA - Thursday, October 24, 2002 at 17:47:41 (EDT)
Please can anyone help me. When I right-click>save target as... I get clavier.htm. If I left-click I get "Page is currently unavailable blah blah blah click refresh". I click refresh and I get the same page again. My browser is et to factory settings and I have downloaded from this site before. This is just recently, within the last 8 weeks

Many thanks


Danny Newman

Romford, Essex United Kingdom - Saturday, October 05, 2002 at 18:32:39 (EDT)
hello :)

USA - Thursday, October 03, 2002 at 14:14:19 (EDT)
Hello all,
Can someone please help me find few midi files? I really need those and I just can't find 'em anywhere.
those are the midi files:
1- Jean Louis Tulou - Concerto No.3 in D, Op.10
2- Franz Doppler - Fantasie "Airs valaques"
3 - Devienne - Concerto No.7 in Em

All piece are for flute and piano (or orchestra - the concerti).

I will really appreciate if someone can help me with that, maybe someone is willing to make those files??



USA - Wednesday, October 02, 2002 at 06:25:45 (EDT)
I can't download from this page . Why ?


Poland Poland - Monday, September 23, 2002 at 19:02:28 (EDT)
There's a wrong note in the Mozart K. 191!!!!! Listen for it in the first phrase of the solo. I think that's where it was.


USA - Saturday, September 21, 2002 at 11:29:52 (EDT)
I would like to print off the picture of Berlioz, but the nameBerlioz is incorrectly spelt. Could you please alter this. Thanks.

Jenny Markham

Surrey, Uk - Saturday, September 14, 2002 at 07:02:39 (EDT)
Help, it sounds too good to be true, but i cant get to anything - i click on an item and nothing - just shifted to another screen with MIDIWORLD-
I would love to experience this site - any help would be greately appreciated.


Tallahassee, FL USA - Tuesday, September 10, 2002 at 16:24:38 (EDT)
Downloading is easy : save the file from your MIDI player,
not from the browser, that's all.


USA - Saturday, September 07, 2002 at 21:33:46 (EDT)
I have the same problem as David.


USA - Saturday, September 07, 2002 at 21:10:30 (EDT)
I want to download the Randall Thompson Alleuia midi file and I don't even know how to find a temporary file for internet explorer. Can you direct me how to find it so I can try and figure out how to convert this into a midi file I can save and use? Thanks


USA - Thursday, September 05, 2002 at 15:38:12 (EDT) save gets a clavier.htm file. to hear brings up a WinMedPlayer v6.01 Error=8007000D(check website for playing content...). Siu's page works but the rest of the site doesn't appear to - wasup?


Tucson, USA - Sunday, September 01, 2002 at 04:01:06 (EDT)
antonioli franco
mantova, italy USA - Saturday, August 31, 2002 at 10:59:57 (EDT)
I just loooooooooooooove this site so much!!!!!!!!!!
I am very happy to see this site. And you guys put Fur Elise My most fav. song in the whole world! I listen to it all the time.

Catherine Pham

Humble, TX USA - Tuesday, August 27, 2002 at 19:58:07 (EDT)
Oh, it IS a MIDI site, I promise. (The sequences I submit are straightforward, no-frills General MIDI.) The situation you describe in which you can play but not download files is actually normal for this site. I presume it's a measure to prevent wholesale (automated?) downloading and keep bandwidth usage reasonable.

However, you probably *can* save a local copy of a file once it's playing in your media player. With Internet Explorer, downloaded files are stored in a temporary folder: search for x*.mid (the file name will begin with the letter x, then a number in square brackets, e.g. x[1].mid), then copy it to a permanent folder and rename it. Your mileage may vary with other browsers.

Jeremy D.
Oxford, UK - Sunday, August 25, 2002 at 20:54:10 (EDT)
I can now get this site to play but cannot save any of the pieces. (I belong to an early music group, and we like to play old pieces on acoustic instruments.)

I used to get a Media Player screen that says "the data is invalid." No further information was available. Someone told me to do the following. Open my Windows Media Player 7 and hit Tools-Options-Formats-in Available Formats clear the box marked MIDI files-Apply-Close.

Now the songs play, but they still cannot be saved as MIDI files. They can only be saved as HTML files or All Types, and my Noteworthy Composer program does not find them once they are saved.

I am convinced that despite its name, this is not a MIDI site.


USA - Saturday, August 24, 2002 at 09:23:29 (EDT)
Hey! the Windows Media Player is back!! It's working!!! Nobody touch it! thanks for all the fantastic music! rick


chatsworth, ca USA - Monday, August 19, 2002 at 12:40:06 (EDT)
I can't reproduce the problems people are having (I'm using the current Windows Media Player on Windows XP). Is it only this site? Is it all MIDIs on this site? Not that I'm any more than a visitor myself, I've no connection with the site, but I'd like to get to the bottom of these issues some of you are experiencing.

Jeremy D.

Oxford, UK - Sunday, August 18, 2002 at 19:06:05 (EDT)
sorry to say that the Windows Media player does not work.
I was sorry to see this website switch from a current version


chatsworth, ca USA - Sunday, August 18, 2002 at 14:56:14 (EDT)
sorry to say that the Windows Media player does not work.
I was sorry to see this website switch from a current version


chatsworth, ca USA - Sunday, August 18, 2002 at 14:56:13 (EDT)
I'm familiar with MIDI. So I don't understand why I can't get your site to work. I double click on a title, Windows Media Player 7 appears, but instead of playing the piece, it says "The data are invalid."

How do I listen to the pieces and save any I really like as a MIDI file.


USA - Thursday, August 15, 2002 at 22:35:25 (EDT)
thank you thank you thank you


a, greece - Thursday, August 15, 2002 at 20:01:57 (EDT)
I am having trouble playing back midi files which I have downloaded.
For example none of the files on the Bach page will open in either the
windows media player (format not supported) or Cakewalk (invalid)
or finale. What could be the problem?

S. Steel

Shannon Steel

USA - Thursday, August 15, 2002 at 04:32:44 (EDT)
Robin: Internet Explorer stores downloaded files in a temporary directory; in this case they're saved as a *.mid file where the file name starts with 'x' and then has a number in square brackets. You can copy the file to a different folder and then rename it. This may seem laborious but it stops wholesale downloading by robots.

Jeremy D.

UK - Monday, August 12, 2002 at 18:05:18 (EDT)
Ok, I'm sure this has been asked and answered. How do you download these with Internet Explorer?

Robin Mason

Birmingham, Al USA - Thursday, August 08, 2002 at 19:38:23 (EDT)
i'm searching for midi file (could you ever love me again
sang by gary and dave please help me somebody thankyou!


quebec, laval canada - Tuesday, August 06, 2002 at 02:07:22 (EDT)
looking for the orchestral music for kabalevsky youth concerto number 3 any ideas?


USA - Sunday, August 04, 2002 at 18:30:33 (EDT)
For Ghazi: try here -
or here:

(first couple of hits shown up by :) )

Oxford, UK - Thursday, August 01, 2002 at 12:52:03 (EDT)
I am asking if i can obtain the music of "Spinning song" (Albert Ellmenreich) i MIDI format. it make my lesson too easy if i hear the real music of this song.
thank you very much.

Ghazi Fayad

Beirut, Lebanon - Thursday, August 01, 2002 at 02:02:03 (EDT)
when i click on a file name is only saves to a temporary folder and then plays . why can't I save as a midi file to listen whenever i want .

robert mathies

indianapolis, indiana USA - Monday, July 29, 2002 at 23:53:51 (EDT)
Looking for a midi or other of the creation sequence from "The Bride of Frankenstein" (the 1935 movie)


USA - Monday, July 29, 2002 at 20:05:37 (EDT)


USA - Thursday, July 25, 2002 at 01:26:25 (EDT)
for sandy
see karl jenkins web site for more information about his works (de beers jingle too)


USA - Tuesday, July 23, 2002 at 18:27:19 (EDT)
I'm looking for a CD that contains the music from the De Beers diamond commercial. Can you help?

Sandy Dunkel

Ann Arbor, MI USA - Tuesday, July 16, 2002 at 16:32:12 (EDT)
hey i am looking for the inferno peace .. if anyone has it ,, plezzz give me a halla .. thanks


reading, pa USA - Tuesday, July 16, 2002 at 13:41:09 (EDT)

I'm looking for a midi file. The song I'm looking for is "The Lark" (Alouette) and it's by Balakriev. I'm studying this piece and it would help me greatly if I could listen to it.



USA - Wednesday, July 10, 2002 at 14:55:02 (EDT)
The link to the Zach oboe concerto seems to have a double link; the 2nd and 3rd part are the same.

Jan Krul

USA - Tuesday, July 09, 2002 at 02:49:36 (EDT)


USA - Saturday, July 06, 2002 at 19:09:21 (EDT)
This is for Mr. Starkes: I truly enjoy your humorous side. Pleaseant music. Did you write any Beethoven-like symphony?
Best wishes,
Gianluca B.

Gianluca Bersanetti

Sherman Oaks, California USA - Thursday, July 04, 2002 at 22:33:35 (EDT)
in your composers category, you forget to mention , Miklos Rozsa. i suggest you add him to your category, he is one of the best composers if not the best of the last century.


los angeles, calfornia USA - Monday, June 24, 2002 at 03:33:55 (EDT)
Have you composed any music in the Baroque style?


USA - Sunday, June 16, 2002 at 00:44:37 (EDT)
Hi Guys !

Yours is an absolutely non pareil MIDI site !

Can't thank you enough to have so many midi files for download...

I have a suggestion... grouped after naming *.midi appropriately instead of shortened pre-extension parts,the entire page can be divided into sub-directories form classification inside zipped file for each page for easy total download.

Maybe you can even have the entire MIDI collection for download through zipped collations of different constituent zip files ? Or make them available on burnt CDs with version number changes once in a while as commercial sense dictates.

Thanks once again,

P.Manohar Bhat
Mysore, India.

P Manohar Bhat
Mysore, Karnataka INDIA - Thursday, May 09, 2002 at 15:55:13 (EDT)
I suprized, too many midi files in this site.
I also have a private small midi site, includeing Mahler 6, 7, 9 sequenced by myself.

Tokyo, Japan - Friday, April 05, 2002 at 21:26:05 (EST)
Have you provided any means of downloading midi files as .mid files for later listening?

Bill Plazewski

Redmond, WA USA - Wednesday, April 03, 2002 at 10:32:38 (EST)
Wonderful site! However, if I scroll-down past _Hindemith_, listen and then return, the page pointer always
remembers _Hindemith_. Is this loss-of-pointer fault attributable to my Netscape_4.76_Browser, or to the

Ernest C. Oakley

USA - Thursday, October 11, 2001 at 01:35:53 (EDT)
excellent site. can you include on your site verdi don carlo ella giamma m' amo. i wil like to see parts for bases and baritones

dr. arturo colon

san juan , pr USA - Sunday, October 07, 2001 at 12:31:59 (EDT)
i really enjoyed your site, i only have one complaint, it wasnt mixed very well :-P some parts were just too loud, it drowned out the other parts, example: Erocia


port orange, Florida USA - Monday, October 01, 2001 at 12:04:16 (EDT)
What a marvelous site you've got here. Congratulations to you and all music lovers!

I have one question though. Why havent you got any music by Meyerbeer?

Peter Land

Copenhagen, Denmark USA - Wednesday, September 26, 2001 at 06:27:55 (EDT)
I have a small question - are Giovanni Gabriel, J. H. Schein. D. Buxtehud and Johann Scheidt reallt Renaissance composers?

Steven L. Guy
Adelaide, South Australia Australia - Thursday, September 20, 2001 at 00:52:21 (EDT)
I'm looking for a MIDI file of piece of music by Friedrich Burgmuller, called La Peri. It's a fabulous ballet, hardly ever played, and well deserving of more frequent attention. Anyone heard of it?
Andrew P. Scott
Australia - Friday, August 31, 2001 at 00:07:09 (EDT)
The site is really good and has lots of great songs but I recommend you find a faster version of Mozarts "Allegretto Grazioso in b flat" because I had on my old computer a version of it from another site and it was played much faster and sounded so much better.

USA - Sunday, August 19, 2001 at 03:14:57 (EDT)
wounderfull site! keep it up.

kamran malik

USA - Saturday, August 18, 2001 at 17:17:17 (EDT)
Nice site...

USA - Wednesday, August 15, 2001 at 19:33:48 (EDT)
The Felix Mendelsohnn connection looks great but it just does not seem complete without "War March of the Priests". I challenge somebody like George Pollen to do a midi on that piece. He has already done awsome jobs elsewhere.

Randolph Hall

Franklin, TN USA - Saturday, August 11, 2001 at 17:33:24 (EDT)
Best web site for classical music.
Excellent quality that makes surfing the net worth while.

C small

England - Saturday, August 04, 2001 at 15:13:34 (EDT)
I just wanted to say I am glad that this site is here as I have been listening to a lot of the MIDI files at the Classical Archives. This looks to be like the best out there going second to that site. I am a BIG classical enthusiast and would like to know if there are any classical clubs out here like on Yahoo! for instance. Let me know at my e-mail addy above. Thanks!

Brent William Hale
Texas USA - Saturday, August 04, 2001 at 00:11:54 (EDT)
Anyone, anyone out there who collects midi, please I need to find a piece desperately. Though *Brahms Double Concerto in A for violin and cello is an extremely popular piece, I can't find it at all over the internet. If anyone has it, please, please, please send it to me!

Jesha LaMarche

stevens Point, Wisconsin USA - Thursday, July 26, 2001 at 17:16:31 (EDT)
Come, on, folks... hasn't anybody heard of P.D.Q. Bach? I'm tellin' ya, his stuff is great. There's got to be something of his outthere in MIDI form...

Erich Knoff

Detroit, Michigan USA - Wednesday, July 25, 2001 at 12:21:16 (EDT)
Zhael, I suspect you're confusing MIDI with MP3 - MIDIs aren't sound recordings but instructions to synthesizers. Böhm's 1968 Berlin "Figaro" is in print, I think, on the Deutsche Grammophon 'Originals' label, so that at least you could get on CD - this is a studio recording that followed a 1967 Berlin production, but I'm not aware of any live recordings from the production itself.

Jeremy Dimmick
UK - Sunday, July 15, 2001 at 06:18:51 (EDT)
Could somebody please help me find Midi file Mozart le nozze di figaro, Act III Duettino-Sull Aria, che soave zeffiretto, conducted and recorded by Karl Bohm, Deutsche Oper Berlin in 1967.


Melbourne, Victoria Australia - Saturday, July 14, 2001 at 06:12:25 (EDT)
Who's the composer, Willie? An awful lot of people who have written masses (all of which have a Gloria in), and lots of composers have written at least twelve, so it's hard to narrow down!

Jeremy Dimmick

Cambridge, UK - Thursday, July 12, 2001 at 05:37:22 (EDT)
I have searched every Classical Midi Page & I can't seem to find Gloria [from the "Twelfth Mass"]instrumental or Choral.
Please Help.W.S.Johnson

Lithonia[Atlanta suburb], Georgia USA - Tuesday, July 10, 2001 at 14:38:06 (EDT)
Thanks for telling me about the Dorian! Hey, I must recommend someone from the new composer section, William E. Overton, he is my age and extremely good! Here is the future of classical music!

Paul Hembree

Oregon USA - Thursday, July 05, 2001 at 18:22:15 (EDT)
hi, im looking for midifiles of mozarts piano concerto no.22 kv.482
can anyone tell me where to get these files?
thank you

Andrej Melita

Munich, Bavaria Germany - Thursday, July 05, 2001 at 08:09:46 (EDT)
Paul, there's a Dorian (BWV 538) MIDI at:

I don't know if it's any good, haven't had a chance to listen yet.

Jeremy Dimmick
Cambridge, UK - Tuesday, July 03, 2001 at 18:51:18 (EDT)
This website is absolutely fantastic, especially for the composition student's needs. I was actually wondering if anyone who reads this has a midi file of JS Bach's "Dorian" Toccata and Fugue in D minor, which is quite different than the famous Toccata and Fugue of the same key. I hope that someone could submit it to this site. Anyway, its just a wish, because I would like to study that piece more thoroughly.
Paul Hembree
Oregon USA - Tuesday, July 03, 2001 at 18:05:56 (EDT)
An excellent site. If you are new to classical music, as I am, I recommend reading CLASSICAL MUSIC FOR DUMMIES. When you finish, read Appendix A in the rear which includes several songs to help you get started. The best thing is that you can actually listen to these songs here at! While of course the MIDI format is nowhere as wonderful as the original, these files are helpful and useful for exploring and for background working music.

Jonathan C. R. Davis
Texas USA - Tuesday, July 03, 2001 at 16:57:48 (EDT)
I absolutely adore Sherwin W. Lin's version of Bachianas Brazileiras No. 5- Cantilena. It's absolutely beautiful. However, I hate to hear such a beautiful piece butchered by the likes of Karklin Fontana.


Tampa, FL USA - Monday, July 02, 2001 at 18:49:11 (EDT)
A marveluos page, wondefull sounds. i Thank you for having such a nice place to visit and listen. Fantastic job.


Santiago, Chile - Saturday, June 23, 2001 at 11:55:54 (EDT)
First of all, this site is very cool. I can't believe how much stuff is on here. But you're missing a very important figure in how NOT to write music--P.D.Q. Bach. Anyone with a sense of humor about the stuffiness of the symphony would get a laugh out of most of his stuff. I think his music and also that accredited to Professer Peter Schickele would be a great addition to the site.


Michigan USA - Thursday, June 21, 2001 at 11:46:29 (EDT)
How can I get a copy of the Diamond Music notes


USA - Sunday, June 17, 2001 at 00:01:02 (EDT)
Hi, I'd like to say that this is an awesome site, I'm impressed with the amount of material on it. However, I'd like to make a request to have Brahms' cello sonata No.1, opus 38 added if possible. I haven't been able to find a complete recording of it online anywhere at all. If it's possible for it to be added, I'd greatly appreciate it! Thanks :)


London, - Saturday, May 26, 2001 at 15:09:28 (EDT)
can you place Schubert symphony No.5 in Bb major D.485 the 4th movement on this site?
Hong Kong - Saturday, May 12, 2001 at 08:52:49 (EDT)
For Kara Ann: What you're after is the "Ride of the Valkyries" from Richard Wagner's Die Walküre, part 2 of his Ring cycle. You can get it on CD in various collections of orchestral excerpts from the Ring, if you don't fancy the whole opera. There's a MIDI arrangement by L. Roberts here at the CMC in the Romantics section.

Jeremy Dimmick
England - Wednesday, May 09, 2001 at 14:00:00 (EDT)
I would like to have a midi of "Flight of the Valkeries" (I'm not sure I've been spelling the valkeries part right because I haven't been able to find a site for it yet) I can't remember who created it or whatever. Please help, thank you.

Kara Ann Vortex
Springfield, Missouri USA - Tuesday, May 08, 2001 at 21:10:53 (EDT)
I'm looking for a midi version of "Fanfare for the King's
supper" by, Moret, (not sure if I have the composer's name
spelled right". Haven't been able to find same. It's the
themesong of Masterpeice theater, on Pbs, etc.
Don Morar, ps it must be out there somewhere,

Don Morar
Great Cacapon, West Virginia USA - Saturday, April 28, 2001 at 13:05:43 (EDT)
I discovered this amazing site some weeks ago, and have a question to Mr. Gustav Ringel, who submitted "Het Juweel" by Dr. Bull: Which source did you use? I thought there was only the one written by G. Messaus, which was used for the Musica Brittannica edition. But your transcription differs at several places from the text given by Th. Dart in MB. Did Dart change the text without notifying it in the critical commentary? Or do you have another source? I would be very glad for an indication! Thank you very much, Thilo Muster.

Thilo Muster

Switzerland - Saturday, April 28, 2001 at 05:21:11 (EDT)
Dear Sirs, White Doves Live Audios! Did this site move or close down? I think it's under Jutebox..None of the songs play!Oh what a shame..Wonder music to lesten to! MsCwift

Maxine Swift

Casper, Wyoming USA - Monday, April 02, 2001 at 18:43:31 (EDT)
An amazingly good site where i found the piano concerto i had been looking for, for ages....great people you get to play them i must say.
UK - Saturday, March 24, 2001 at 04:12:18 (EST)
An amazingly good site where i found the piano concerto i had been looking for, for ages....great people you get to play them i must say.
UK - Saturday, March 24, 2001 at 04:12:13 (EST)
Impressive collection you have.

b.t.w I have been looking for some messiaen transcripts, especially Turangalila. Anyone knows where i could find?

Salim Nair

Norristown, PA United States - Monday, March 19, 2001 at 01:09:11 (EST)
Oh my goodness! This is the greatest website! Allowing the most uncommon listener a chance to expanded her/his musical understanding of music throughout the ages.


New York, NY USA - Friday, March 16, 2001 at 10:06:29 (EST)
is there any midi files anywhere of other works of joseph mouret OTHER THAN THE MASTER PEICE THEATER THEME? thanks...

bane wady

horthnampton, taxachussttes USA - Tuesday, March 13, 2001 at 12:32:24 (EST)
Does anyone know where I can find an English translation of Pallesa et Melisande by Debussy, it is a great opera with some of Debussys greatest music in it, BUT I HAVE NO IDEA what they are saying. All help will be much appreciated. PS STRAVINSKY rocks. Anyone who hasnt heard OEDIPUS REX should make every effort too. E-mail me and tell me what you think


London, UK - Friday, March 02, 2001 at 17:37:18 (EST)
Does anyone know where I can find an English translation of Pallesa et Melisande by Debussy, it is a great opera with some of Debussys greatest music in it, BUT I HAVE NO IDEA what they are saying. All help will be much appreciated. PS STRAVINSKY rocks. Anyone who hasnt heard OEDIPUS REX should make every effort too. E-mail me and tell me what you think


London, UK - Friday, March 02, 2001 at 17:36:32 (EST)
this is a great website (the best one around)However I would like to see a little more Stravinsky. PLEASE could we get a copy of the Introtius from Verdis Requiem. i adore it, however there is not a copy of it on this site and the only other version I can find on the internet is absoluteley awful.


London, Uk - Friday, March 02, 2001 at 17:28:22 (EST)
I'm wondering where I can find a pronunciation guide for
Classical composers and conducters?
Diane Morris


alex., va USA - Friday, March 02, 2001 at 10:57:20 (EST)
I'm looking for a MIDI-File for "Take up your cross" by the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir. If anyone has it or knows where I can download it, please contact me! Thanks


Vienna, Austria - Sunday, February 25, 2001 at 11:45:33 (EST)
I found this site on accident and I am thoroughly impressed! The sheer volume of artists and pieces you have is no less than phenomenal! The only think I can't seem to find is Robert W. Smith. Perhaps I am just blind, but I don't see him. He is the author of such pieces like "Songs of Sailor and Sea" and the four part "Divine Comedy", containing "The Inferno", "Purgatorio", "The Ascension", and "Paradiso." If anyone has these sequences, please do submit the nthe the CMC!!! Alas, I haven't found a way to efficiently sequence some of my favorite songs... Much thanks!!!

Michael Dunn

Bellingham, WA USA - Sunday, February 11, 2001 at 05:04:13 (EST)
I have heard that you have been very ill, I hope you have fully recovered, and thank you for maintaining one of the best web sites on the net.
It is nice to see you back.

Bolton, England - Saturday, January 27, 2001 at 14:27:34 (EST)
Just stumbled upon this fabulous site!!! All I can say is WOW! We were struggling to learn a Chopin piece but found listening to the prelude played here cleared up some mental and timing congestion. We will be back. Can you be kissed? Consider yourself kissed!


California USA - Sunday, January 21, 2001 at 08:32:46 (EST)
Help! I have a new Technics piano PX554, when I feed midi channel 1 into it from my PC and the other channels throught eh sound card and PC speakers, they are not together, in sync. There is a delay form the piano. How can I get around this please?

Mike Walters

USA - Wednesday, January 17, 2001 at 04:30:15 (EST)
An excellent site and a great source of great music. I love the baroque and early music sections but the modern composer's works are very good too - keep it up guys!
Could people who submit 17th century music make it urtext if possible?
Thanks again for providing an excellent site.

Steven Langley Guy

Adelaide, South Australia Australia - Thursday, January 11, 2001 at 06:08:40 (EST)

"Alla Turca" is the 3rd. movement from Piano Sonata No.11 in A major. (K.331).
The "Moonlight Sonata" (No.14 in C#minor) can be found under Piano Sonatas on the Beethoven Page.

Les Winters
USA - Thursday, January 04, 2001 at 02:48:05 (EST)

Hi, this is a wonderful site!! I have been listening to Beethoven, Bach, and Mozart, and I just LOVE it! However, I have one favourite song by Mozart that I can't find in the list. I believe it is called Alla Turca in ? Major. This is my absolute favourite along with Eine Kleine NachtMusik, and I would like to find it so I can buy a CD. I play classical guitar, and I even have some Bach and Mozart in my guitar music. I have lost 60% of my hearing however, so music is even more precious to me now. I can completely sympathize with Beethoven on hearing loss and near deafness! Anyways, if anyone knows the complete name of the Mozart song Alla Turca (?), I would really appreciate an answer. Thank you very much, and thanks for allowing me to rediscover classical music again. Respectfully Yours, Jennifer Filby :) P.S. I also couldn't find Moonlight Sonata on the Beethoven site. I admit I don't know the proper terms and names, I am a heathen, ha, ha. I would appreciate some suggestions for this song as well. Thank you very much, and take care

Jennifer Filby
Terrace, Canada - Thursday, January 04, 2001 at 01:59:08 (EST)
Where's Puccini? His name is listed in the list of composers, and he comes up on a search, but when I click on the link he's nowhere to be found!

Brian Fink
Appomattox, VA USA - Friday, April 14, 2000 at 16:27:41 (CDT)
this is a good site. however, i have a real dilemma it couldn't help me with: i have an oral presentation due on fri. apr. 21 in my francophone lit class, and i want to do it on xavier leroux. but, i can't find him anywhere! i'm also performing one of his pieces for my jury in a few weeks. i'd like some info. can anyone help!!??

april yeager

bowling green, ohio USA - Friday, April 14, 2000 at 14:12:57 (CDT)
i like the site


durham, nc USA - Sunday, April 02, 2000 at 13:44:24 (EDT)
the variety on this page is great. i just can't find the words to express how wonderful it is.


USA - Tuesday, March 21, 2000 at 17:31:26 (EST)
I was very excited to find this place as well, but I can't figure out how to download/hear any of the pieces! When I click on the title, it just switches to a blank page except for teh picture of a clock. It doesn't say "Download to..." or anything like that. Is it because I have a Macintosh computer? Or am I doing something wrong? Please anyone who knows, email me and let me know. Thanks in advance!


USA - Sunday, March 19, 2000 at 19:07:41 (EST)
This is the most fantastic site ever! Loaded it in my favorites and now this is the first site I pull out. I can listen to that great music and surf!

David Smith

St. Joseph, MO USA - Saturday, March 18, 2000 at 22:19:14 (EST)
I don't know english very well, but I can write that this is a wonderful site, with very good music.
Salutes from Italy.


Macerata, Marche Italia - Saturday, March 18, 2000 at 12:50:40 (EST)
I really love Pen Chen Siang's version of the first ten songs from Die Schone Mullerin. Listening to the first one I wnted to put on leather shorts and start slapping my thighs. Any chance of the next ten?
Any chance of them all as seperate midi files? Loading the big thing in to Finale the bars it comes up with and what Schubert wrote get out of sync.

Charles Simpson

Wallasey, Wirral England - Monday, March 06, 2000 at 02:04:04 (EST)
What a surprise. I have been playing music by Dr Maurice Greene for the last 50 years or so and came across two new pieces. A wonderful site. Will recommend it toa ll my aussie friends. Owen
Australia - Sunday, March 05, 2000 at 06:31:17 (EST)
Is it possible to "string" a number of the sequences together. It is really
a bit difficult to keep going back and forth to the page of the next
Thank yopu.

Bill Kreutz

Philippines - Wednesday, March 01, 2000 at 06:50:27 (EST)
If you're looking for the DeBeer Diamond Music, click on the banner above.
Diamond Music
USA - Tuesday, February 29, 2000 at 21:14:52 (EST)
If anyone knows the name of the piece used in the De Beer Dimond commericals, can you please e-mail me the name, the composer, and if possible, the midi file. Thanks.


Toronto, Ontario CANADA - Tuesday, February 29, 2000 at 20:16:23 (EST)
Love this MIDI page, but will they ever update it??
I am working on a MIDI of Schubert's Trout Quintet, first movement. Someday I'll do the Rite of Spring.
I second Kevin Randolph's request for Britten's "Simple Symphony."


Montreal, Canada - Sunday, February 27, 2000 at 07:09:09 (EST)
Is a very nice site, I would like to find midis from two german composers, C.Gurlitt and F.Burgmuller. My son had his first piano recital including their music as well as from Kabalevsky's and I have tried to find them searching in the net wihtout success. This music is very useful for young piano players. Thanks in advance and again, congratulations.

Jesús Aguilar

Monterrey, NL México - Tuesday, February 22, 2000 at 14:40:18 (EST)
Just doing a search on my family name and saw my name sake another Robert Finley on these pages
Please e-mail mr
Thanks Rob Finley

Robert Finley

Preston, Lancashire England - Monday, February 14, 2000 at 16:26:57 (EST)
Anyone know where to get MIDI versions of these pieces: Dvorak's fifth bagatelle, last movement Sibelius fifth symphony, Ralph Vaughan Williams's "The Lark Ascending," fibst/second/third movements of Schubert's Trout Quintet?
I would like to hear MIDI's of those pieces.
I think that this site is wonderful and I visit it often.


Canada - Thursday, February 10, 2000 at 23:35:10 (EST)
Hi, I played "Wedding Dance" for my high school's symphonic band. I can't find a MIDI of it though...


Los Angeles, CA USA - Sunday, February 06, 2000 at 23:43:18 (EST)
this is unquestionably the greatest collection of midis on the net. keep working on it. it can only get better. how can I get som of this music on my home page?

bill pepe
hampstead, NC USA - Saturday, February 05, 2000 at 18:51:41 (EST)
I am looking for any information about ARTHUR WILFORD,1851 - 1926 composer, pianist.

Antwerp, Belgium - Thursday, February 03, 2000 at 09:08:17 (EST)
Very interesting site ! I like it very much !

ANTWERP, Belgium Europe - Monday, January 31, 2000 at 11:58:12 (EST)
Add some Walton, Stamford, Parry and more Tallis to the already excellent collection, and this wuld be an unbeatable site


Cambridge, Cambridgeshire England, UK - Saturday, January 29, 2000 at 09:58:42 (EST)
Where is Karl Jenkins and "Palladio"?

Marvin Beard
Denver City, TEXAS USA - Monday, January 24, 2000 at 20:41:33 (EST)
Found at last!

Curtis Michel

New York, NY 10004 USA - Sunday, January 23, 2000 at 18:20:31 (EST)
Thank you.

Aydelette Kelsey

USA - Sunday, January 23, 2000 at 11:50:53 (EST)
I wonder if you could have midis of mexican composers like Carlos Chávez or Silvestre Revueltas. I admit they aren't very famous but they wrote great classical works.

Diego Briones

Cuernavaca, Morelos Mexico - Friday, January 21, 2000 at 13:24:15 (EST)
I want to download some of this lovely pieces. I dont know, how to put them on my PC. Is there somebody, who can help me?

Andrea Rau

Weilheim/Teck, Germany Germany - Thursday, January 13, 2000 at 10:59:39 (EST)
Can you suggest a piece to use for a Arabian and Thoroughbred horse farm web page that is similar to opening of Carmina Burana in its tension, drama and sense of grandeur? Would be grateful for suggestions...


Kentucky USA - Thursday, January 13, 2000 at 09:41:46 (EST)
Looking for the Diamond Music from Karl Jenkins.

Jim Miller

New York USA - Friday, January 07, 2000 at 15:20:33 (EST)
Cool site! Early music rocks!

Carson, WA USA - Wednesday, January 05, 2000 at 23:36:04 (EST)
great music, but could use some pop songs.


Owings Mills, MD USA - Sunday, January 02, 2000 at 15:13:19 (EST)
Congratulation! I frequently visit your site and I am planning to submit some "self-made" pieces.
Zurich, Switzerland - Sunday, January 02, 2000 at 12:36:25 (EST)
This is a very good site, especially for pieces that one has never heard before. What makes it different from other MIDI sites is the brilliant sequencing of MIDI's.

Dhruva Seshadri
Vellore, Tamil Nadu India - Tuesday, December 28, 1999 at 22:23:44 (EST)
I know this isn't really classical, but I can't think of any better place to ask about MIDI's than here, so I'll ask: does anyone know where a MIDI file of Arthur Pryor's arrangement of "The Blue Bells of Scotland" for trombone and band (or piano) accompaniment might be found?
Robert McDaniel
Rome, Italy - Sunday, December 26, 1999 at 12:26:14 (EST)
Does anybody know where i can find a midi of Albeniz's "El Puerto" and Rutter's "Gloria"???

Mike Janes

Newfoundland Canada - Tuesday, December 21, 1999 at 13:18:58 (EST)
I love this site... it's a great way to hear pieces you've never heard before.. I've found my way into some wonderful music from this site...
hopefully some of my sequences will be posted soon!

Laura Wowk

Australia - Tuesday, December 21, 1999 at 03:20:12 (EST)
Definitely the best classical midi website there is. Extremely good selection. Very helpful.
Michael Gardner
USA - Sunday, December 19, 1999 at 20:48:45 (EST)
I can almost find the most popular music. And some music I never heard before, ´cause I live in Finland.
What about Bach sonat-concert for solo violoncell?

bjorn carneholm

BRANDOE-Alandia, FINLAND - Sunday, December 19, 1999 at 20:16:20 (EST)
Can someone tell me where I can find a midi of the following work:

concerto dm Carl Phillpp Emanuel Bach. ( it;'s a flute concerto )

Thanks !!

- Sunday, December 19, 1999 at 08:32:14 (EST)
Will someone please either sequence or tell me where I can find a MIDI of Barber's "Medea's Dance of Vengeance". I love that piece and many awesome bands have played it as part of their marching show(Center Grove, Union, Winston Churchill). But if someone could help me out I'd be very thankful.

Kevin Leonard

Vine Grove, KY USA - Saturday, December 18, 1999 at 21:46:47 (EST)
Amen to that last comment. Great site, but please let us download files in large chunks so we don't
have to clink on each midi.

Hector the Crow
Velo City, Nazsoyle NewFront - Thursday, December 16, 1999 at 00:57:56 (EST)
Amen to that last comment. Great site, but please let us download files in large chunks so we don't
have to clink on each midi.

Hector the Crow
Velo City, Nazsoyle NewFront - Thursday, December 16, 1999 at 00:56:58 (EST)
Very nice site, well organized and complete.. best MIDI site I think I've seen.
However, it might be nice to have a way to download zipped up archives of each composers work.. it gets a little tedious to click each link to save.
I'm done complaining ;) Cheers!

dan o
- Wednesday, December 15, 1999 at 16:32:26 (EST)
What more could anyone add but a tremendous thank you for all the work it takes to maintain a site like this. Bravo!


USA - Sunday, December 05, 1999 at 02:56:08 (EST)
I love classical music and this place is nice.But the one piece that you are missing is Palladio by Karl Jenkins. Often refered to as "Diamond Music". And if you happen to acquire this piece, please have it well done.


New York USA - Wednesday, November 24, 1999 at 11:31:00 (EST)
I enjoyed visiting your site. The organization of the site is great!
joyce ryan
bellevue, wa USA - Sunday, November 21, 1999 at 11:04:34 (EST)
I would be interested to hear any comments on my music listed on this site. Also, thanks to all who work so hard to maintain the site. this gets me closer to my goal and dreams. Now if I could only see my music published by a established company.

Joseph G. Stephens

El Dorado, Arkansas USA - Friday, November 19, 1999 at 00:18:24 (EST)
There is no words to describe the greatness of your website. It allows us to enjoy all kind of music, anywhere and anytime. I have two sons studying violin and cello and they love also your website, and use your archives to complete their performances. Bravo!

Rafael Castrejon-Garcia

Cuernavaca, Morelos Mexico - Thursday, November 18, 1999 at 19:33:33 (EST)
I like this webiste! from here, i would like to make more friends, if u're interested, pls mail me or ICQ # 27973273

Jezz Goh

-, - Singapore - Sunday, November 14, 1999 at 10:29:00 (EST)
This page is great! Robert Finley is GOD! I love his rendering of the Rach 3...Damn near perfect,
I just wish he'd played the other Cadenza. I've been looking all over for the perfect midi recording
of Rachmaninov's Third Concerto and Finley's come the closest so far, but I need one with the
other cadenza. If anyone can direct me to such a file, I'll be much obliged.

Jonathan Deon
Nelson, BC Canada - Saturday, November 13, 1999 at 07:07:38 (EST)
Votre site est génial. Il est un outil exceptionnel pour acquérir et améliorer ses connaissances musicales. Bravo et merci pour votre travail.

Haerri Arnold

Cottens, Vd CH - Thursday, November 11, 1999 at 16:39:07 (EST)
Am utterly blown away by your all-you-can-eat buffet of fabulous treats. Got a question about doggie bags, though! Am given to understand that if you want to, say, put a piece on a webpage, you need to contact the person who made the file. Perhaps you ought to include instructions on how to do that?

Orlando, FL USA - Wednesday, November 10, 1999 at 04:01:11 (EST)
Dear Les:
It's been a while since I said thank you for your wonderful labor here.
Best and most heartfelt wishes and God bless you.
Russ Davis

Russ Davis

Grandview (Kansas City suburb), MO USA - Tuesday, November 09, 1999 at 20:42:12 (EST)
I am looking for Benjamin Brittens Simple Symphony and Vivaldis Concerto con due Violini Obligati and can't fin it here, possibly they are under a different name, can you help?

Kevin Randolph
Indianapolis, Indiana USA - Tuesday, November 09, 1999 at 19:53:28 (EST)
Great Classical midi page. Thanks


USA - Wednesday, November 03, 1999 at 12:07:18 (EST)
I cannot find a midi for Johann Friedrich Burgmuller's "The Storm", Op. 109, No. 13. Anyone know of one? Enjoy your site.


USA - Tuesday, November 02, 1999 at 13:18:19 (EST)
This is clearly the heart of the internet. Of course I stumbled on it by entering "Mozart piano music" in my search for respite amid the stock prices, baseball scores, and news, little Mozart with your hammerklavier! God bless you for being here.

steve sigler

east hampton, ny USA - Tuesday, November 02, 1999 at 00:43:40 (EST)
I like the selections of music that have already been placed in this site. However, under modern composers, I believe that Howard Hanson is missing. He has contributed to music in many ways, one in particular to the Eastman School of Music. I think that at least his some of his works should be here. One in particular, Romantic No. 2, Op. 30. I believe that is the correct title, but many musicians I know, know this work as simple Hanson's "Romantic." Thank you.


Columbia, South Carolina USA - Saturday, October 30, 1999 at 06:21:40 (EDT)
This is a wonderful homepage. I like it very, you did put everything in detail. If you can also put the instroduction of composers, it will be perfect. Have a nice day.

Phyllis Liu
Taipei, Taiwan - Tuesday, October 26, 1999 at 08:33:05 (EDT)
I'm looking for a recording of Ralph Vaughan Williams' English Folk Song Suite. Can anyone help me find it?


Kingston, Ontario Canada - Tuesday, October 19, 1999 at 14:06:52 (EDT)
Excellent site, great for starter material for making brass band arrangements by copy and pasting into a brass band score in Finale. Only one suggestion: can you list what each piece is scored for in shorthand i.e. pf, orch, str qt etc., as some pieces are orchestral, but avaliable on your page as a piano or other reduction.

Keep up the good work.

Colin Harris
North Shields, Tyne & Wear UK - Tuesday, October 19, 1999 at 11:23:30 (EDT)
Daniel : Go to the Search Page, enter one or more keywords, and you will find what you're looking for. - Les
You really should have a section sorted by title for people like me who are looking for A PARTIcular song but have forgoten the name of the composer. Ride of the valkryies for example.


Kansas City, MISSIOURI USA - Thursday, October 14, 1999 at 01:47:40 (EDT)
Beautiful site !
Any information about ARTHUR WILFORD 1851/1926 ccomposer,piano ,viruose,organisator ,conductor etc...England - Sheffield ,Italy,Dresden ,Belgium will be very appreciated !

Antwerp, Belgium Europe - Friday, October 08, 1999 at 05:59:06 (EDT)
Why can't I download any more music from your website? Did you change something? My computer keeps telling me to get a higher memory. I have had no trouble in years; why now?

Irv Rothstein

Toms River, NJ USA - Friday, September 24, 1999 at 15:40:39 (EDT)
I'm looking for Aaron Copland's Rodeo. I really need the whole thing since we're playing it in the symphony. Does anyone know where I can get it?


Georgia USA - Saturday, September 18, 1999 at 18:45:51 (EDT)
Everyone here seems to be requesting that Mr. Finley do a HUGE amount of work to create additional MIDI files of their liking. I hate to do it, but I wish to add another: The SYMPHONIC
VARIATIONS of Franck. I know many (amateur) pianists who would like to work on it. Everyone
knows it is a magnificent, beautiful work. PLEASE MIDI EXPERTS, DO THAT ONE TOO!

If you know of any sites where it's listed, please notify me.


Mike Rosenblatt

Mike Rosenblatt

San Jose, CA USA - Saturday, September 18, 1999 at 01:14:05 (EDT)
I like this site a lot, but I do have one question.


Tchaikovsky fan

USA - Monday, September 13, 1999 at 11:58:04 (EDT)
A most well-stocked site! A special request I have: if there is anyone out there in posession of Alkan works, PLEASE submit them!

Music Fan

USA - Saturday, September 11, 1999 at 13:55:38 (EDT)
Wonderful site. Two major pieces missing though. "Bolero" by Ravel, and "Rite of Spring" by Stravinsky. It would be great to see those come up some time soon.


Mbabane, Swaziland - Thursday, September 09, 1999 at 12:28:25 (EDT)
This is a great page! It has practically every piece of music ever composed in it. There was one piece that I was looking for but haven't seen in here and that was IGOR STRAVINSKY'S "THE RITE OF SPRING" and that is my favorite! If there's anyway you can find it that would be great awsome! Thankyou.


Port Elgin, Ontario Canada - Tuesday, September 07, 1999 at 12:16:00 (EDT)
Actually, you can find compositions submitted by amateurs under the "New Composers" link and can submit your own compositions.

Andrew Anderson

Norman, OK USA - Tuesday, September 07, 1999 at 00:43:23 (EDT)
I love the site. I would like to see, however, like a original composition page for ametuers. I do compose and have friends that do as well, and we would'nt mind to show it. Also, I'm a trumpet player and would love to see Haydn's Trumpet Concerto in E Flat on here. He was an awesome composer and that composition is definatly one of my favorites.

Kevin Leonard

KY USA - Monday, September 06, 1999 at 00:47:31 (EDT)
Can someone do some good Mozart Concertos? like 7,11,12,13,16,22,26,27? Please!


Barbados - Thursday, September 02, 1999 at 20:35:23 (EDT)
A splenid page! Evertime I am in possession of classical notes, and I want to hear the actual piece, of course, it´s here I go!
Martin Fabian
Stockholm, Sweden - Wednesday, September 01, 1999 at 15:17:56 (EDT)
I hope one of you sequencers is out there and bored, Well, darn it, Sequence MORE MAHLER SYMPHONYS! The amount of Mahler on the net is a freakin' JOKE! If I could afford scores I'd do it myself. Sequence the Scherzo from the 5th at least, guys!
Christopher Sargent (Sequencer et composer)
Glendale, Ca USA - Wednesday, September 01, 1999 at 08:56:18 (EDT)
Thank you. Your work is very clear and easy to follow. I appreciate that. And your selections are for the most part wonderful.

Elizabeth Wells

Paradise, Ca. USA - Tuesday, August 31, 1999 at 23:46:00 (EDT)
I am extremely appreciative of the fact that someone has the skill and ability to create these files and has kindly consented to share them with the public. Thank you.

C. S. Cirillo

USA - Sunday, August 29, 1999 at 15:59:09 (EDT)
it's spelled "Schubert" with a C and yes, the CMC has a page for him
Daniel Brown
USA - Sunday, August 29, 1999 at 00:18:25 (EDT)
This page is great, however, I was looking for the composer Shubert and could not find him. If you have time, I think that you should add him if he is in fact not here.


Los Angeles, California USA - Friday, August 20, 1999 at 17:49:47 (EDT)
Aug. 16, 1999
Please, someone out there, do you have a midi file titled "En Aranjuez con tu amor" by Joaquin Rodrigo? He was a classical composer of Spanish music who died July 9, 1999. The musical composition "En Aranjuez con tu amor", was written in 1939 and the words added later. Sarah Brightman has this song on her CD "Time To Say Goodbye". The music,"En Aranjuez con tu amor" was also used in the film "Brassed Out". If you have this midi, please submit it to this website or to me, CryToHvn@AOL.COM. Thanks all !


Chicago, IL USA - Monday, August 16, 1999 at 01:28:26 (EDT)
I really like this page. I play the piano and I get MIDI files of certain pieces to give me hints on how to play it. Right now, I am challenging myself to master all of Debussy's piano works, and I am practicing his Preludes. Could you give all the files in MIDI? The files on store on the page arent complete, so I don't have an idea on how play some of them. Do you have a file at hand? Please contact me on my address if you have one. Thank you.


Nishinomiya, Hyogo Japan - Friday, August 13, 1999 at 10:23:06 (EDT)
CMC has always been my first source for classical music that I play at school, but there are a few choral pieces I'm looking for that I couldn't find here:

Sure on this shining night (composer unknown by me, d'oh)(20th century)
Echo Song, Orlando di Lasso
This day, from five songs for spring, Dvorak
The Call, Vaughan Williams

Cat Who
Athens, Georgia USA - Friday, August 13, 1999 at 05:01:23 (EDT)
I'm calling from Belgium. It's midnight here.
My mother language is French. So I find it somewhat difficult to use English. I've already sent an
I'm studying then violin. I'm preparing the tree sonatas for violin and piano by Brahms (1,2 & 3). I haven't found them in Midi file on the Web. I think it's a pity because they are so beautiful!
I use the Midi files to help me play. I play the violin part and my computer "play" the piano part of the Midi file.
It's very useful and important for me? I would be very happy to get these tree sonatas by Brahms :

1. Sonata for Violin and Piano no 1 in G major, Opus 78
2. Sonata for Violin and Piano no 2 in A major, Opus 100
3. Sonata for Violin and Piano no 3 in D minor, Opus 108

Please, help me. Your site is great!

André Bausière


Braine-le-Comte, Hainaut BELGIUM - Tuesday, August 10, 1999 at 06:53:49 (EDT)
I call from Belgium. Excuse me for my bad english.
I am violonist. I search the fisrt and second sonate for violin and piano from Brahms.
It's very necessary for me. I study the violon part and my computer the piano part (with a midi file).
Please, try to get these sonate.
Congratulations from Belgium

André Bausière.


Braine-le-Comte, Hainaut Belgium - Monday, August 09, 1999 at 06:55:51 (EDT)
I call from Belgium. Excuse me for my bad english.
I am violonist. I search the fisrt and second sonate for violin and piano from Brahms.
It's very necessary for me. I study the violon part and my computer the piano part (with the midi file).
Please, try to get these sonates.
Congratulations from Belgium.


Braine le Comte, Belgium - Monday, August 09, 1999 at 06:48:24 (EDT)
I am looking for a piece, I believe it is by Chopin, that was played in the background of the movie The Lost World (the sequel to Jurassic Park). My professor played it once in a music class I took and I loved it!!!! He could not remember the exact number of the piece but he said it was by Chopin and he thought it was called "Pathetique". I listened to a Pathetique by Tchaikovsky but it is not the one I am looking for. If anyone has heard the song in the movie or can watch the movie and recognize the piece, please let me know. I am not having much luck finding it, whoever was the composer.


New Orleans, USA - Wednesday, August 04, 1999 at 00:40:11 (EDT)
the composer index lists william bolcom, but the linked page that should have bolcom and his works on there is, sadly, missing his name. all the other modern composers are there, but bolcom isn't:( i would really like an MIDI of "the serpent's kiss", written for solo piano, by bolcom, so i was somewhat distraught to find he wasn't on the page after all.


st. louis, mo USA - Wednesday, July 21, 1999 at 18:09:28 (EDT)
I tried to get the link for the Brightman/
Bocelli, "A time to say goodbye" and it would not play. Please send instructions, since that is my favorite. Thanks, sue


JASPER, TEXAS USA - Friday, July 16, 1999 at 20:07:09 (EDT)
Could any one give me a list of popular pieces by Bach. His array of music is so vast, I don't know where to start. Also, some by Wagner.
If you could, reply by posting your answers on this page.

Nick Fitz

Limerick, Ireland - Tuesday, July 13, 1999 at 10:55:03 (EDT)
This is truly the best site in the world. Can anyone make a MIDI file out of "Till Eulenspiegal" by Strauss? Its a favorite.


USA - Monday, July 12, 1999 at 00:43:44 (EDT)
This is a great web site! As a teenage pianist, I love listening to the music of Beethoven. And this site has it all! For anybody reading this, please visit my web site below. It is undergoing HEAVY construction right now, so please be patient. But go ahead and check it out anyway. Please. Oh, and e-mail me if you have any comments, questions, or suggestions.

USA - Wednesday, July 07, 1999 at 19:59:07 (EDT)
I just found this site for the FIRST TIME today. I was searching for the melody of F.J.Haydn's St. Anthony Chorale. And there it was! What a help!

Leslie Hines

USA - Tuesday, July 06, 1999 at 11:02:49 (EDT)
This is a great web site. A notice to all composers. Please check you E-Mail address and keep it up dated. I curently have licensing ageements waiting for Eric Elliott and Jim Norris if I can locate them.
Sincere Thanks for this web site.
Gary Leathers
Audio Media Productions and Film Audio

Gary Leathers

USA - Tuesday, July 06, 1999 at 03:59:26 (EDT)
Dear Alex,
I am thoroughly impressed. This is the best classical music midi site on the net. This site is exquisite! You
have contributed an extraordinary gift to society through
the creation of this site. Kudos and keep up the amazing

P.S. I appreciate your reference to the American Youth Symphony as well--an incredible orchestra.

Melinda Ashraf

USA - Saturday, July 03, 1999 at 22:32:39 (EDT)
Great site, keep up the good work

By the way, is there any chance that you would be able to take all the songs on your webpage and zip them up into one huge file? I would like to be able to have access to all your music at once, but do not have the time to download each file individually

Matthew Salleh
Adeladie, South Australia Australia - Friday, July 02, 1999 at 11:36:44 (EDT)
This site is by far the best classic midi site ever!! Keep up the good work.


Henrik Ekenberg

Henrik Ekenberg

Copenhagen, Denmark - Wednesday, June 30, 1999 at 17:45:03 (EDT)
This is one of the best midi pages i´ve seen.
The sound is excelent. Great music.
congratulations !!!


Ana María Gómez Ferstl

Santo Domingo, República Dominicana - Sunday, June 27, 1999 at 18:29:55 (EDT)
It's very nice page.

SAPPORO City, HOKKAIDO JAPAN - Friday, June 25, 1999 at 11:42:29 (EDT)
This is the most great Classical Midi Site I have visited!
But I have not seen the Devil's Trill by Tartini on any of Classical Site including yours!
I look forward to see and enjoy it first on your site!
Thank You very Much!!

Jupiter Chan
Hong Kong Hong Kong - Friday, June 25, 1999 at 03:12:15 (EDT)
Excellent site. I love the incredible collection of works you have. I only wish that I could find Vaughan Williams' English Folk Song Suite for military band. It would be nice to that added to the already fantastic collection.


Winnipeg, MB Canada - Friday, June 18, 1999 at 18:46:44 (EDT)
Hi! This is a great site, only thing I can't find the midi to the song "A Time For Us", the theme song for the movie Romeo and Juliet. I don't know if they have it here, but I've tried looking all over the net and I can't find! I hope someone will help me. Feel free to email or ICQ (#19360626) me if you find the midi. Thanks!

USA - Friday, June 18, 1999 at 10:08:09 (EDT)
I'm looking for Canon re+. but I don't know the composer, that is all I know about that wonderful music. By the way, nice site! And sorry my english, I speak ( and write ) better portuguese..
Amanda Arajs Marques
Bertioga, São Paulo Brazil - Thursday, June 17, 1999 at 22:11:27 (EDT)
I think that's a wonderful site, I came to look for a music, but I din't found. It's Canon re+. But I dont't know
the composer. Congratullations! I really love midi!
P.S Please, sorry my english, but I speak better portuguese...

Amanda Arajs Marques

Bertioga, São Paulo Brasil - Thursday, June 17, 1999 at 22:01:49 (EDT)
Congratulations för a magnificent work. It is great to find you on thr net!
Valentin Hevlund
Dalby, Sweden USA - Thursday, June 17, 1999 at 16:45:34 (EDT)
To anyone of you many people who have asked about the music from the diamond commercial, you can find it on a CD entitled "Diamond Music" by Karl Jenkins. If it's not at your local music store, they should be able to order it.

Andrew Anderson

Norman, OK USA - Tuesday, June 08, 1999 at 01:43:23 (EDT)
Holy fruit. Great job on collecting all these midis.

Guanabara J
Nowhere, Nowhere USA - Monday, May 31, 1999 at 14:00:02 (EDT)
Please include Shostakovich's Gadfly Opus 97: Romance.

Gloria Wondrous

TEXAS USA - Saturday, May 29, 1999 at 20:59:08 (EDT)
Truly enjoyed the CMC! Before finding this site, I searched for Holst's "Jupiter" arranged for two pianos. Not a surprise that CMC had it. Thanks for the great site.
Mpls, MN - Tuesday, May 18, 1999 at 22:14:54 (EDT)
I am grateful that there is a site with such a large collection of classical.

Thank You!

Brian Piguillem

USA - Monday, May 17, 1999 at 03:55:14 (EDT)
This site is surely one of the best on the net. And altough it has al large sum of midifiles, i can't find the symphonies of Schumann (1, 3, 4) and the symphonies of schubert (4, 5 and 6). Please contact me if you have found them! I'm also looking for Dvorak's sixth symphony with its beautiful first movement.

M. Kersten
The Netherlands - Thursday, May 13, 1999 at 15:41:49 (EDT)
This is a great site. The only thing it lacks is an archive of midi files by composer. I have long wished to be able to download large amounts of midi (since it's so small) so i can increase my collection.

Keith W. Shaw
Chico, CA USA - Thursday, May 13, 1999 at 03:31:45 (EDT)
This is a great site!!

Anyway, i'm desperately looking for "The Orphan Girl" from "Cuentos de la Juventud" (Op. 1) by Enrique Granados...

If anyone knows where i can get it from please contact me...

Marcos Charalambides
Cyprus - Tuesday, May 04, 1999 at 12:46:17 (EDT)

Luigi Senatore

Cardano al Campo, Italy - Friday, April 30, 1999 at 18:41:53 (EDT)
Does anyone know where to find a MIDI file of Rimsky-Korsakov's "Capriccio Espagnol"? I would greatly appreciate it.
Robert McDaniel
Rome, Italy - Friday, April 30, 1999 at 15:51:00 (EDT)
Could someone sequence Rachmaninov's Variations on a theme of Chopin, op. 22? I haven't heard it, but it has to be great. Could someone send it to me?

Kevin Cunningham

USA - Wednesday, April 28, 1999 at 21:53:52 (EDT)
Could someone sequence Rachmaninov's Variations on a theme of Chopin, op. 22? I haven't heard it, but it has to be great.

Kevin Cunningham

USA - Wednesday, April 28, 1999 at 21:52:25 (EDT)
I don't know if the person who made this site will ever read this, but in the Baroque music section, you have a Marcello oboe concerto in c minor. Wrong Marcello. Benedetto Marcello was the one who wrote that concerto.


Bay Village, Ohio USA - Wednesday, April 21, 1999 at 08:32:43 (EDT)
Will somebody with a scanner and a kind heart please send
me at least one Nocturne by John Field so I can sequence
it and submit it to this site. Thanks.

Malcolm Dale
Dangriga, BELIZE - Sunday, April 18, 1999 at 13:01:22 (EDT)
this is an overwhelming site! you should be very proud.would like to use Rachmaninov's 18th var. and many others, but cant seem to get url correct.i must be the only one having this problem. i'll keep trying, because i dont think ive come across anything that matches this. it is exceptional!

Tom Moore

North Carolina USA - Wednesday, April 07, 1999 at 08:45:52 (EDT)
I guess nobody knows where I can get MIDIs of Tchaikovsky's Operas and first two Symphonies, but I would like to know if anyone knows who wrote the music for the 1998 Pepto-Bismol Christmas Commercial and how I could get a hold of it.


USA - Tuesday, April 06, 1999 at 19:05:12 (EDT)
Excellent page but I'm searching the midi of Funiculi funicula , the author is L.Denza

Thank you

Tommy Sesamo

Mexico DF, Mexico - Sunday, April 04, 1999 at 14:23:02 (EDT)
Where is Scott Joplin!!?? His pieces would do nothing but add more wonderful music to this site.

Seth Fuller

Florida USA - Friday, April 02, 1999 at 22:07:17 (EST)
To whom may concern,

I was mostly impressed with number of music that I heard
It was really good music and made the music so wide
It will be much better if you have some more medieval music and gothic music I will give this website 9.5 out of 10

Well DONE!!!!

Yong Jae Lee

Sydney, New South Wales Australia - Friday, April 02, 1999 at 08:10:32 (EST)
I sent the midi file of Mozart's Piano concerto no. 24 in C moll ( full orchestration) but I don't see it on your page why!

Martin Codrington
Barbados - Friday, March 26, 1999 at 12:11:25 (EST)
Is anyone ever going to make sequences of Tchaikovsky's Operas and first two Symphonies?


USA - Tuesday, March 23, 1999 at 17:22:01 (EST)
HELP. I'm having a problem saving/downloading music. When I ask to save as, I receive the following error message: "Error opening source file: C:/windows/....."
Please e-mail if you have a solution. Thank you.

Paul Aleman

San Antonio, TX USA - Monday, March 08, 1999 at 12:13:47 (EST)
okay have you ever seen groundhogs day? you know when he's playing the piano for his "first" lesson when he's still not very good but he trys to fake it? he's playing a classical song...i think it's by prokofiev, but i don't know what it's called...i was wondering if you did and possibly if you could send me a midi file of it? i would be very grateful

leigh wodka

Leigh Wodka

Middleton, Wisconsin USA - Sunday, March 07, 1999 at 14:24:04 (EST)
If anyone knows anything about the existence or availability of MIDIs of pieces for concert band, please contact me. Also please contact me if you know where I could get MIDIs of works by the excellent American composer Joseph Schwantner. Any information would be appreciated. Thank you.
Robert McDaniel
Rome, Italy - Sunday, February 28, 1999 at 11:58:04 (EST)
I am looking for the 2nd symphony by Rachmaninov. Please try to get it.


Ramat Poleg, Netanya Israel - Saturday, February 27, 1999 at 04:16:54 (EST)
Does anyone know where I can find MIDIs of Tchaikovsky's operas and first two symphonies?


USA - Wednesday, February 24, 1999 at 21:32:41 (EST)
Just like to point out that when I said the theme song to "Robin Hood" I didn't mean the Brian Adams song, but the orchestral song played during the opening credits.
Michael Janes
St. John's, NF Canada - Sunday, February 14, 1999 at 18:53:41 (EST)
I'm looking for a midi file of Rick Flare's (the wrestler) theme music. it's a fairly well known song with sort of trumpet fanfare call at the begining. I need to know the name of the composer and the what it's called.
Also, if anybody knows where I can get a midi file of the theme song to "Robin Hood Prince of Thieves" I'd greatly appreciate it.

Michael Janes

St. John's, NF Canada - Saturday, February 13, 1999 at 15:13:49 (EST)
The name of the DeBeer's composer is Carl Jenkins. There is a CD you can buy in the store, I think its called "Diamond Music"

Eric Breton

Thousand Oaks, CA USA - Friday, February 12, 1999 at 19:51:50 (EST)
Does anyone know where I can find MIDI files of James Swearingen pieces?

Steve Hewitt

USA - Wednesday, February 10, 1999 at 17:17:51 (EST)
Does anyone know where I can find a midi file for The Spinning Song by Albert Ellmenreich? Thanks


Ephraim, WI USA - Monday, February 08, 1999 at 10:58:17 (EST)
I happened unto your classical page and I am so impressed. Great page.

Dorothy Fitzpatrick

Interlachen, Florida USA - Thursday, February 04, 1999 at 01:22:09 (EST)
I just was wondering if anyone knew of another name to Sergei Rachmaninov's "Russian Concerto", or of anyone who has a MIDI of that song or of "Rack 3". Thank you to anyone who answerers.


Wihteland, IN USA - Saturday, January 30, 1999 at 16:46:29 (EST)
I need a midi FIle For Mozart's Violin Concerto in B flat Major, I cannot find one anywhere. ALSO, if anyone has some rare mozart symphonies, or if anyone has ANYTHING, contact me.
Christopher Sargent
Glendale, California USA - Saturday, January 23, 1999 at 21:19:27 (EST)
Great site!!! As a 16 year old pianist and trumpeter, you're site is of great use to me for listening to what certain pieces sound like, even though they're not of the best quality and don't sound nearly as great as a professional recording. I am very impressed with the Rachmaninoff section, this is the only place where I could find his concertos anywhere on the net. I think you should try and get a hold of more Granados midi's though, as I'm learning many of his pieces right now. Keep up the good work, and keep updating!
Mike Janes
St. John's, Newfoundland Canada - Tuesday, January 19, 1999 at 17:37:07 (EST)
To the creator(s) of the Classical Midi Connection:
I wish to correct your information on the twentieth-century American composer William Schumann.
You have him listed as still living, but this is incorrect. He died in 1992.

Robert McDaniel
Rome, Italy - Sunday, January 17, 1999 at 02:05:00 (EST)
Whatever happened to Pierre Schwab's Huge classical midiifile site. It has been off the line for weeks. Does anyone know anything about it. Please e-mail if you do. Thanks.

Irving Rothstein

Toms River, New Jersey USA - Saturday, January 16, 1999 at 20:25:43 (EST)
Congratulations for this wonderful site. I would like to see the name and works of Leopold Mozart, mainly Trumpet Concerto in D ; it's really a very beautiful music. Thank you in advance.

Lourval dos Santos Silva

Santos, São Paulo Brazil - Friday, January 15, 1999 at 23:41:45 (EST)
Listened and loved Alex Hakim's Solo for Viola and @iano. Any e-mail address available?

Tim Justus

Fargo, ND USA - Friday, January 15, 1999 at 15:26:13 (EST)
Vous etes incroyablement GREAT!
J'adore beaucoup votre site, et je vous remercie de nous fournir une si belle resource musicale.

TAN Ahim

Paris, France - Tuesday, January 12, 1999 at 23:53:32 (EST)
Love this site! I'm a real classical music enthusiast (being only 15 my friends think I'm a freak) and I play the piano. I stumbled upon this site by accident, and now I sure know where to come when I need to hear how a piece sounds! I just want to say- if the guy who sequenced Khachaturian's Toccata reads this, I really need him to email me. I have some serious bones to pick with him- that is one of my pieces that I'm playing at the moment. But anyway- love the Debussy, Ravel, Chopin and of course, Balakirev's Islamey! Beethoven's great too. Keep up the good work!

rubberflake girl

Australia - Sunday, January 10, 1999 at 06:03:38 (EST)
Just drop by to wish you all the best for the New Year, and keep up the great work at being
one of the most complete Classical sites on the net.
Best regards Reg.

Bolton, Lancashire England - Saturday, January 02, 1999 at 10:23:50 (EST)
The error message : "Internal Server Error" usually means that the server is a bit overloaded.
Unfortunately there are too many robot users out there, who want to download the entire site
at once. It can not be done, but trying it repeatedly can place an unnecessary load to the server.
When you see the "Internal Server Error", simply try to download the file again later.
Please don't use any robots and off-line browsers, they only waste resources and slow down the server for the rest of us.

Les Winters
New York, NY USA - Friday, January 01, 1999 at 19:36:20 (EST)
i tried to get rimsky-korsekov's {sp} Prosesion of the Nobles and it said internal error, whats that about???


USA - Friday, January 01, 1999 at 18:35:33 (EST)
where can I find a full orchestra version of "The rite of Spring" in midi? Does anyone know?


NY, NY USA - Friday, January 01, 1999 at 15:22:10 (EST)
What do people know about the original score of "Ancient Voices of Children" by Geroge Crumm? What does it look like?

N. B. F.

New york, NY USA - Friday, January 01, 1999 at 15:15:48 (EST)
When I play Chopin from this (or any other) MIDI file, it sounds like Schroeder from Peanuts playing on his little toy piano. Is this just the nature of MIDI's, or is it my system?

Leslie Laurio

Tennessee USA - Wednesday, December 30, 1998 at 01:31:56 (EST)
Can anybody help me. I have an AWE 64 with Windows 98 and I can play .MID files but I get NO SOUND. Control panel says the AWE64 is working correctly, and I can play and hear .WAV files OK. Please e-mail me if you think you can help.

Malcolm Dale
Dangriga, BELIZE - Tuesday, December 29, 1998 at 18:45:26 (EST)
Glad you are back "on the air" again, but I don't care too much for your new format. Wht such tiny print? I can hardly read it. Thanks anyway.

Irv Rothstein

Toms River, NJ USA - Sunday, December 13, 1998 at 20:30:12 (EST)
Congratulations to Gerrit Hall for his arrangement/sequence of Cage's 4'33" ! An interesting property of this piece is that it sounds the same whatever instrumentation is used - some years ago in Melbourne there was a definitive performance arranged for amplified jazz quintet ...

David Cooke
Adelaide, SA Australia - Friday, December 11, 1998 at 23:37:02 (EST)
Does anyone have "Wedding Dance", the symphonic suite from "Hasseneh"?
I think Jacques Press wrote it, but I could be wrong.

Dan Malouff

Gaithersburg, md USA - Wednesday, December 02, 1998 at 16:48:48 (EST)
A very fine and wonderful page that is a service to all lovers of computer music. Thank you for a splendid job.

Randy Garmon

Columbus, GA USA - Monday, November 30, 1998 at 22:02:35 (EST)

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