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    Sources of orchestral MIDI files?

    I am looking for sources on the Net for classical music orchestral MIDI files for some experimentation with GigaStudio. Specifically, I am looking for MIDI files
    in which each instrument in the conductor\'s score has been inputted onto a separate sequencer track that can be assigned a separate channel. I am NOT looking for MIDI files of orchestral works that have been inputted as reductions for 1 or 2 pianos, with all the notes located on 2 or 4 tracks usually all assigned to one channel. (Unfortunately, 99% of the MIDI files I have found thus far in the big MIDI archives fall into this second category.) Since I fear there are not many \"Partituta\" MIDI files available on the Net, I would be very grateful for any leads any of you might have. The more specific the leads, the better--including composer\'s names, titles, and URL\'s. Thanks in advance to any who respond.

    Alkan

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    Re: Sources of orchestral MIDI files?

    http://www.multimidizone.co.uk/filmaf.htm
    Search for the film scoring-MIDI like Titanic southampton or something you\'re familar, it might be the good one.
    Hope this helps,
    Long


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    Re: Sources of orchestral MIDI files?

    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size=\"1\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Charles-Valentin Alkan:
    I am looking for sources on the Net for classical music orchestral MIDI files for some experimentation with GigaStudio.
    Alkan
    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>


    For this there is only one great source and that is Pierre Schwob\'s massive site \"Classical MIDI Archives\" (http://www.prs.net/)
    There is everything from piano concertos to full blown symphonies in MIDI, orchestrated and note-by-note from conductor scores. Another descent site is \'The Classical MIDI Connection\' (http://midiworld.com/cmc/index.htm)

    Regards,
    F. Juma.


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    Re: Sources of orchestral MIDI files?

    If I may humbly suggest my own site, The Classical MIDI Resource. I pride myself on listing only high-quality works that are done from full scores on this site. Les Winter\'s Classical MIDI Connection also features MIDI sequences that are a cut above.

    Steve Mitchell
    The Classical MIDI Resource
    The CMR Players

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