First in this page are some music files which I created using the !Rhapsody music notation package.  These files will only play on an Acorn Computer running the !Rhapsody package.  Just in case you don't have an Acorn Computer (bad luck!), some of the files have also been set down in MIDI format.  Later on in this page are my favourite MIDI files which I have gathered from various sources around the internet.

Files marked with an hash '(#)' were entered by me.
Files marked with an plus '(+)' were played by me !!!

Links ...

Here are some music related links.
These programs will only work on Acorn Computers!

!Rhapsody Music Notation Package   (Clares Micro Supplies)

!Serenade MIDI Sequencer Package   (Clares Micro Supplies)

!MIDIWorks MIDI Sequencer   (Oregan Developments)

!MelIDI MIDI Sequencing Package   (Liquid Silicon)

!Sibelius7 Music Notation Package   (Sibelius Software)

!Synth MIDI Emulator   (Expressive Software Projects)

!Sonor Sound Sampling Software   (Argo Software)

   The best source of classical MIDI files on the internet !!!

  Key to Filetypes :

MIDI File.      Rhapsody 3 / 4 File.    Sibelius File.

(Rhapsody Files can ONLY by played by the 'Rhapsody Program' on an Acorn RISCOS Computer)
(If you don't have an Acorn RISCOS Computer, don't bother trying to load the file - It Won't Work!)

First some pieces I have played myself :
(Recorded using my electric piano)

Chopin  -  Etude Op.25 No 1  (+)

Chopin  -  Etude Op.25 No 12  (+)

C.P.E. Bach  -  Sofegietto  (+)

Thats all for the time being - Wait a while for some more !!

Now for some major composers :

Johann Sebastian Bach  (1685 - 1750)

Italian Concerto's  Nos 1,   2,  & 3.

Prelude  No II  (Book 1 'The Well Tempered Clavier')  (#)

Fugue  No II  (Book 1 "The Well Tempered Clavier')  (#)

Fugue  (Check that this is J.S.Bach and not one of the other ones!)

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach  (1714 - 1788)

Solfegietto  (# + Played by me!!)

Frederick Chopin  (1810 - 1849)

Etude Op.10 No 1  (#)

Etude Op.10 No 4  (#)

Etude Op.10 No 5  ("Black Key Etude")

Etude Op.25 No 1  (+ Played by me!!)

Etude Op.25 No 11  (#)

Polonaise in Ab major  Op.53

Waltz  Op.64  No 1   (The Minute Waltz)

Barcarole  Op.60  (#)  (Unfinished !!)

Ballade No. 1

Ballade No. 2

Ballade No. 3

Ballade No. 4

Fantasie in F minor  (Op. 49)

All 24 Preludes  (Op. 28)

Scherzo No. 1  (Op. 20)

Scherzo No. 2  (Op. 31)

Scherzo No. 3  (Op. 37)

Sonata No. 2  (Op. 35) - Funeral March

Berceuse  (Op. 57)

Franz Liszt  (1811 - 1886)

Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2

Liebestraume No. 3

Mephisto Waltz No. 1

Transcendental Etude - Mazeppa

Concert Studies - La Leggierezza

Concert Studies - Gnomenreigen

Concert Studies - Un Sospiro

Claude Debussy  (1862 - 1918)

Deux Arabesques  No 1

Deux Arabesques  No 2

Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum

La Fille aux Cheveux de Lin  (The Girl with Flaxen Hair)

Golliwog's Cake-Walk

Edvard Grieg  (1843 - 1907)

Holberg Suite No 1

Holberg Suite No 2

Holberg Suite No 3

Holberg Suite No 4

Holberg Suite No 5

Sergei Vassilievich Rachmaninov  (1873 - 1943)


18th Variation  'Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini'

Miscellaneous Composers

Erik Satie :  Reverie

Rimsky-Korsakov :  The Flight of the BumbleBee

Saint-Saens : Carnival of the Animals - Aquarium

Samuel Barber :  Adagio for Strings and Orchestra

Eric Coates :  The Dam Busters March

Sir Charles Hubert Hastings Parry :  Jerusalem

Gabriel Faure :  Un Reve

Mozart :  Sonata in C major  K.545

Satie : Gymnopedie No. 1

Stephen Heller :  Study in C# minor  Op.81 No 10

Ragtime Melodies

Joseph F. Lamb :  A Ragtime Nightingale  (#)

George Botsford :  The Black and White Rag

Scott Joplin : Ragtime Dance


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Last Updated  :  6th March 2007