[Dixielandjazz] Redhotjazz Song List
Dave at Creolejazz.com
dave at creolejazz.com
Sun Mar 20 06:35:24 PST 2005
Wow! Thank you. I use redhotjazz.com a lot and you're right, their search
feature is very limited. Your site is exactly what I've needed. Thanks so
much for developing it and for sharing it. I will use it.
I'm curious about your lead sheets. I take it there is no link on which to
click and download in .pdf format, correct? Sibelius format doesn't help me
as I am a Finale user but I occasionally like to see someone else's opinion
as to a chord here or a note there and .pdf would work.
Thanks again. Good job.
"It's a treat to beat your feet."
The Creole Dixieland Jazz Band
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Subject: [Dixielandjazz] Redhotjazz Song List
A tool for music seekers.
I finally resurrected some of my old code that scans the entire Redhotjazz
site for song clips. It provides a set of pages on which you can BROWSE
the site by song title. This is a lot easier than the search mechanism on
as you don't have to know the exact song title and can try scanning the most
titles. It lists song titles alphabetically along with the name of the
or organization. You can click on either and go to the organization/Artist
if you click on the song title you can hear it with REAL Audio without going
redhotjazz site to get it. (We do that FOR you.)
I have put this on the www.mainely-jazz.com web site which now has
a main page so just use the link above. On the rudimentary web page
is the link to the redhotjazz song list browser.
Further, I have links on that page to 2 versions of my exclusive music site
search mechanism that I've mentioned before and a list of the leadsheets
(in Sibelius, PDF and midi) that I have produced so far.
The site is simple. I spent too many years doing web pages as a job
to get a thrill out of fancying it up. Now, I'd rather deal with music or
or build another tool to make life easier.(in that order)
But it should be workable.
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