Midifiles

Rhapsody in Blue (57k) Over half of my arrangement of Gershwin's masterpiece
(full version available for $10)
Chopin Opus 64 No. 2 (17k) Chopin Opus 64 Number 2 - one of my favourites
Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 3 (121k) Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 3 - One of the most demanding piano works ever!
Chopandy (9k) Composed in 1991. Reminiscent of Chopin? Let me know!
Cold Tea (31k) Composed in 1979, and transcribed for the BBC Micro in 1981
Glad to be Blue (28k) Piano boogie with a difference
Help! (30k) Inspired by Emerson Lake and Palmer
Rave On (66k) An addictive rave style rhythm with unusual melodies
Zone One (20k) Mellow jazz/funk piece
Zone Five (28k) Latinesque jazz piece composed over ten years ago
All Midis (129k) All of the above zipped.
 
   

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From: Jacob Kimbrough
Date: Sat, 18 Mar 1995 19:04:16 GMT
I recently ran across your MIDI of Rhapsody in Blue. I must say, I was astonished to find someone who put in the time to accomplish such a feat. It appears to be very accurate.

From: John Moran
Date: Thu, 29 Feb 1996 13:13:06 -0500
Andy,
I picked up the MIDI file of your arrangement of Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue" over the weekend from Gerd's MIDI homepage. When played back on our "Audiotrix Pro"
(see http://www.mediatrix.com) the piano really sounds great. You did a great job in reproducing the work.

From: Al Starr
Date: Sat, 24 Jun 1995 21:12:29 -0400
This is the most impressive piece of step-entry i have ever seen. How ever did you do it?
This superb production deserves to be in a separate category from most of what is available on the net.

From: Thomas Heilmann
Date: 29 Feb 1996 15:32:16 EST
Hi Andy!
I was really amazed by this fantastic piece of music-arrangement you produced! Don't know how it came to my HD, but it's really great! (Perhaps you could send me some other overwhelming products of your soundcard?

From: Fabio Grachiki
Date: Tue, 2 Apr 1996 19:44:47 -0300
Hi Andy
All your compositions are great. Specially 'Glad to be Blue'. This one is the coolest of all. Great job, pal.

From: Ed Houser
Date: 1 Nov 1996 23:54:57 GMT
This is the best version I have ever heard. The nuance of both the clarinet slurs and the grace notes on the piano track were incredible.
I would love to hear a full orchestral version of this piece. Thanks for the post.
Ed


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