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Free Band-in-a-Box files
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NOTE: All the formerly free MIDI files are being replaced by Band-in-a-Box files. If you have Band-in-a-Box, you can convert them to a MIDI files with the click of a mouse button.
Mahna de Carnaval (A Day in the Life of a Fool)
My World Is Empty Without You
Midnight Train to Georgia
Miami Beach Rumba
One Note Samba
Poinciana (Song of the Tree)
Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars (Corcovado)
The River Of Dreams
Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree
|To be continued|
New Band-in-a-Box sequences usually will be added once a week and at least once a month
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The Fine Print: This site contains Band-in-a-Box sequences to the chord progressions of many popular songs. Read the associated Memo file in Band-in-a-Box (click the Memo button to the right of the song title) for example song titles for the Band-in-a-Box sequence of the same name. Each Band-in-a-Box sequence contains a chord progression only. There are no copyrighted melodies or lyrics in any of these sequences. The song titles are used only to identify a particular type of chord progression. Each sequence makes no attempt to copy any particular recording or arrangement of the song from which the chord progression was 'borrowed'. The song titles used to identify a particular chord progressions are not the only songs that use that chord progression. Conservation of storage space on my server limits me to noting only one or two titles per chord progression.
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