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Author David Luebbert
Posted 10/15/02; 2:53:47 PM
Topic Little Waltz
Msg# 2933 (in response to 2931)
Prev/Next 2932/2934
Reads 1336

It was an oversight that I hadn't put up the notation for the progression. Thanks for bringing it to my attention. If you go back to the page for Little Waltz and refresh it, you should see that it now has a link that will take you to the chord progression score rendered in GIF format.

I'd guess that you see the .mid version in QuickTime format because your browser is set up to automatically convert MIDI format files into QuickTime format. You can force the browser to download the .mid version without translating by holding down the Ctrl key on your Mac, while clicking on the "Download/view this sound (in MIDI format)" link. When you choose the "Download Link To Disk" option on the popup menu that appears, you'll see that a LittleWaltz3.mid file is downloaded for you.

If by some chance you are running on a Windows system, right-clicking on "Download/view this sound" will bring up the contextual menu which lists "Download link".


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Last update: Tuesday, October 15, 2002 at 2:53 PM.