So you have the Bassoon Archive, Volume 1
, right? A gazillion pages of sheet music to play through. But you never get to hear what the music really sounds like. Sure, you can hire an accompanist, but they are few and far between and they can be expensive!
- Wouldn't it be great to have a recording of the piano accompaniment that you could play on your home speakers?
- Wouldn't it be great to have midi files that you can load onto your midi keyboard so you can rehearse anytime you want?
- Wouldn't it be great to hear what the music is supposed to sound like before you start working on it?
If you've been asking these questions, well, it is time to GET EXCITED!
At last, there is a collection of sound files to go along with the PDF files on the Bassoon Archive, Volume 1. Now you can play with piano accompaniment without having to fork over a pile of cash. Now you can finally play through your music without having to listen to your accompanist complaining that it's "too difficult!"
See the complete list of music included in this sound files archive here.
- This archive has only Mp3 sound files and midi files. There is no sheet music included.
- It is designed to work with the PDF files on the Bassoon PDF Archive, Volume 1.
- All of our Sound Files work on both PC and Mac.
- There is no sheet music in this archive. It consists only of MP3 and Midi Files - These files provide high quality sound and can be played by your computer, your home stereo system or even through your phone or tablet.
- There is more than 4 hours and 30 minutes of music in this archive!
- Much of the music from the Bassoon PDF Archive, Volume 1 is included in this archive, but not all of the music is included.
- The sheet music for this archive comes from the Bassoon PDF Archive, Vol. 1 PDF sheet music archive. If you don't already have it, you can get it here.
There are many different ways to play the music files in this archive:
- Load the files on your computer and use your computer speakers or headphones for the sound.
- Load the files to your phone, tablet or cloud. You can then broadcast the music via bluetooth or wifi to your bluetooth speakers or sound system.
- Load the midi files onto a midi keyboard
- Load the files onto your computer and play them anywhere using your home network.
These are just a few suggestions. Getting the music from the MP3 or MIDI files to your speakers is limited only by technology and your imagination.