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.
<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.
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)