I'd like to introduce you all to our latest discovery at www.drakemusicscotland.org. It's a piece of freeware that basically allows you to play the most complex midi files in real time using either one or two fingers. We are planning to use it with people who have physical disabilities but I've tried it and it has amazing potential for composers who like playing their music into the sequencer live but perhaps don't have the keyboard skills necessary to pull off the best of performances. It basically means that GPO/JABB/SSV users can pay more attention to the controllers and worry less about the right hand - all you have to do is play the rhythm and control legato and note velocity. It is truly amazing!!!
Before you dowload it and get started, check out the video about half way down the page. http://www.musanim.com/tapper/ConductorProgram.html
I spent some time over the last couple of days playing all those wonderful piano pieces I studied at university, pieces that I'm sad to say, can no longer play. The programme comes with some nice midi files but you can download all your favourite pieces at http://www.classicalarchives.com/
It's free to subscribe and they allow 5 free downloads per day. Most of the midi performances are by world class players.