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The Academy of Digital Music specialises in producing MIDI files of classical music. All the recordings are of a musical and technical quality that we believe is second to none. The performances are real-time ones, that is, the music is played in, note by note, and not stepped or scanned in, and therefore do not sound mechanical. They are recorded instrument by instrument, and provide a musical interpretation of the piece, superbly engineered. It's a terrific way to get to know a piece of music really well, and to get far more out of listening to music than you might otherwise do. We hope you agree!  

Although MIDI files are not as popular as they once were, they remain a very versatile means of transferring music files in a form that can be readily manipulated.




Simply Strings

Grieg: Gavotte from the Holberg Suite Op 40 
Grieg: Prelude from the Holberg Suite, Op 40 
Grieg: Sarabande from the Holberg Suite, Op 40 
Grieg: The Last Spring (No.2 of the Two Elegiac Melodies) 
Tchaikovsky: Sonatina from 21`the Serenade for Strings, Op 48 
Tchaikovsky: Waltz from the Serenade for Strings, Op 48

Richly Romantic

Grieg - From Peer Gynt Suite no. 1 - Morning 
Grieg - From Peer Gynt Suite no. 2 - Solveig's Song 
Grieg - From Peer Gynt Suite no. 1 - Hall of the Mountain King 
Mendelssohn - Overture for Orchestra Op 26 - The Hebrides

The price per album from our Music with Meaning collection is £5.

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