[Dixielandjazz] Fake books, arrangements etc.
arnieday at optonline.net
Thu Mar 24 15:43:45 PST 2005
Great site, Craig. If you want more jazz (mostly piano) midi sites, here
are some I frequently go to (in no particular order)
and last, but certainly not least
I think all these are still active sites,
Craig I. Johnson wrote:
>I have established a page on www.mainely-jazz.com
>to list pointers to the places I go for my music information, some of these
>are already listed in the search page, but the links are not obvious there.
>This will be a pointer to web sites (not just the search function)
> (and or mailing addresses) from which one can procure (free or otherwise)
>sheet music, lead sheets, midifiles, bandinthebox files etc.
>If you have a site and it's not listed (at this time that is highly probable) and
>you wish it to be, please send me e-mail directly to civanj at adelphia.net
>or craig at mainely-jazz.com
>Further, if I HAVE listed it and you'd prefer to be a bit more anonymous for
>the obvious reasons, please send me a note and I'll remove it.
>I plan to put up the list of tunes (mostly arrangements) available from the
>San Diego Jazz society when I find where I put the digitized versions.
>They send out a catalog for $11 but encourage copying it, so I shall.
>also post the list available from Ted Shafer ("Jelly Roll Jazz Band" & Great Pacific Jazzband
>Can someone remind me of the mailing address to get a copy of the Firehouse
>Jazz Band book? (or web link if there is one.)
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>Dixielandjazz at ml.islandnet.com
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