All of the songs below are either freely released for non-commercial use, or I have permission from the sequencers to use them. None of them may be used on "commercial", "for profit" or "for money" sites without permission of the respective sequencers. Under NO circumstance may they be sold for profit or "hot linked". Please consider all of these tunes as © and/or All Rights Reserved. In many cases, they may be "original composititions" and will be so marked.
Be very careful about uploading, hot-linking, or stripping them.


A Cottage For Sale
25.0 kb ~ 3:33
Words & Music by Larry Conley & Willard Robison
Recorded by Nat King Cole (1957)
Seq: ©2004 by Sal Grippaldi

A Foggy Day
77.1 kb ~ 3:14
Music & Lyrics by George and Ira Gershwin
Recorded by Various Artists
Seq: ©1998 by Blue Max Distribution

24.2 kb ~ 3:01
Music by Lionel Newman
Recorded by Various Artists
Sequenced by J. L. Hall

All The Things You Are
5.9 kb ~ 2:18
Words by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Jerome Kern, 1939
Introduced in the stage musical "Very Warm for May," 1939
Recorded by Various Artists
Sequence played by Bob Mace

Amour, Amour, Amour (Amore, Amore, Amore)
62.4 kb ~ 3:06
Words and Music by Roy Turk and Lou Handman
Recorded by Louis Miguel
Sequenced by Andy Bakke

53.3 kb ~ 6:00
Composed by Josef Erich Zawinul
Recorded by The Manhattan Transfer
Sequenced by Josef Huber

Boulevard Of Broken Dreams, The c 1958
33.4 kb ~ 2:22
Words and Music by: Al Dubin and Harry Warren (1933)
Performed by: Tony Bennett (1950)
Sequenced by Ron Tilden

44.9 kb ~ 3:21
Words and Music by Duke Ellington, Irving Mills & Juan Tizol
Recorded by Duke Ellington and Orchestra
Sequenced and Performed by Jeanne Coello

47.1 kb ~ 3:47
Words and Music by Ray Noble
Recorded by Ray Noble and Various Others
Sequenced © 1998 by Josef Huber

Come On-A My House
34.4 kb ~ 2:13
Words and Music by: Ross Bagdasarian and William Saroyan
Recorded by Rosemary Clooney (1951)
Sequenced by: Ron Tilden

Dancing In The Dark (1931)
33.3 kb ~ 3:43
Music by Arthur Schwartz and lyrics by Howard Dietz
Recorded by Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Julian "Cannonball" Adderley,
Diana Krall, Artie Shaw and others.
Seq: © 2004 by Redsal

Feels So Good
36.0 kb ~ 3:38
Performed by Chuck Mangione
Seq: 2000 by ChartChai MeeSangNin

Fly Me To The Moon (Vocal)
53.1 kb ~ 3:01
Music & Lyrics by Bart Howard
Arrangement by Sammy Nestico
Performed by Frank Sinatra
Seq. Copyright ©1997 Blue Max Distribution

(I Don't Stand) A Ghost Of A Chance
27.7 kb ~ 4:32
Words & Music by Bing Crosby, Ned Washington & Victor Young
Performed by Frank Sinatra (1946)
Seq. Mel Webb

Green Ice
12.6 kb ~ 2:07
*NOTE:*  This MIDI was one of Deb's un-numbered originals.
Before she removed her site, many of the unumbered tunes were named by fans.
Original Jazz Sequence by Deb Ackley, 09/10/00

Here's That Rainy Day
8.4 kb ~ 3:00
Words & Music by Johnny Burke & Jimmy Van Huesen
From the Broadway show "Carnival in Flanders" (a 6-performance flop)
Performed by Ella Fitgerald (1949)
Sequenced Played By Bob Mace

I Love You (1939)
58.7 kb ~ 3:40
Music by Cole Porter
Popularized by Bing Crosby (1944)
Seq: by J. L. Hall

I'll Take Manhattan
29.5 kb ~ 4:00
Lyrics by: Lorenz Hart. Music by: Richard Rodgers
From the Show: The Garrick Gaieties (1925)
Recorded by Ella Fitgerald
Seq. Mel Webb

Just Friends
42.2 kb ~ 3:01
Words and Music by: John klenner / Samuel M. Lewis
Recorded by Charlie Parker and everyone else who can sing.
Seq © 1999 by Les Gorven
(this was a tough one to research)

Limehouse Blues
34.2 kb ~ 4:01
Words by Douglas Forber, Music by Philip Braham - 1922
Recorded by Larry Clinton and his Orchestra, Duke Ellington, and many others.
Sequenced and Performed by Jeanne Coello

Make Someone Happy
26.1 kb ~ 2:35
Music by Styne, Lyrics Comden & Green
Recorded by Frank Sinatra, Jimmy Durante, and Dozens of other Artists
Sequence © 2003b by Redsal

Night And Day
32.7 kb ~ 4:31
Composed By Cole Porter
Recorded by Frank Sinatra, Fred Astaire, and Others
Sequenced and Performed by Jeanne Coello

Once In A While (1937)
27.3 kb ~ 3:05
Written by Michael Edwards and Bud Green
Recorded by Tommy Dorsey, 1938 by Louis Armstrong, 1952 by Doris Day,
1961 as "Once In Awhile" by The Chimes
Dizzy Gillespie (Once In A While)
Seq. © 1999 Josef Huber

Pennies From Heaven (1936)
27.8 kb ~ 3:58
Music and Words by: Johnston & Burke
Performed by by Billie Holiday, and afterwards performed by Louis Armstrong, Tony Bennett,
Arthur Tracy, Big Joe Turner, Frank Sinatra and countless other jazz and popular singers.

Sequenced and Performed by Jeanne Coello

Poor People Of Paris, The (1954)
Music by Marquerite Monnot, English Words by Jack Lawrence
32.1 kb ~ 1:59
Recorded by Les Baxter
Seq. by Robert Dupler 7/14/96

Smoke Gets In Your Eyes (Smooth Jazz Version) (1933)
Written by Jerome Kern (music) and Otto Harbach (lyrics) for the musical "Roberta" in 1933
Recording by The Platters was a # 1 hit in 1959
33.3 kb ~ 4:42
Recorded by The Platters
Also see: Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
Orchestration & MIDI Prep by Mel Webb

Take 5 (1959)
31.6 kb ~ 3:19
Music by: Dave Brubeck (Live)
Recorded by The Dave Brubeck Quartet
Seq. by Josef Huber

48.4 kb ~ 3:51
Words and Music by:
Antônio Carlos Brasileiro de Almeida Jobim
Performed by: Antônio Carlos Jobim - aka: Tom Jobim
Seq. © 1999 Josef Huber

What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life
34.0 kb ~ 4:24
Words & Music by Michel Legrand
Seq: by Julio Cezar

Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)
55.6 kb ~ 4:05
Recorded by Sammy Davis Jr
From the Broadway Musical "The Roar Of The Greasepaint - The Smell Of The Crowd"
Music and Lyrics by Leslie Bricusse & Anthony Newley
Arranged by Paul Jennings
Sequence Copyright ©1998 by Blue Max Distribution
All Rights Reserved - Make No Alterations!
For Private/Non-Commercial Purposes Only!!
All Other Uses Require the Author's Permission

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