Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by matt_BBb_bass, Aug 7, 2006.
Does anyone know where you can download free brass band mp3s?
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Thanks Mattbrass band mp3sMattDoes
our band has some mp3 tracks that are available for downloading.
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Additionally Robert, I'd also like to direct Bands to THIS SITE which contains details of the MCPS-PRS Joint Online Licence.
Hosting MP3 recordings of copyrighted material on a website that is not covered by a JOL (or if it's streaming audio only, possibly a Limited Online Exploitation Licence (LOEL)) may be in voilation of copyright law which may be actionable.
I wouldn't want anyone to fall foul of that
Here´s some links to free music...
Theres LOADS of free SA music to listen to and download at www.salvoaudio.com
Quality isnt great, but its still a good resource.
Try Brasscast - a weekly podcast featuring bands from all over the world. The podcast usually features 4 or 5 tracks from a recent CD recording. You can get the whole back catalogue too, which are 30 mins each and it's been going for more than a year, so there's a huge amount of listening to catch up on.
If you don't already know, iTunes will manage podcasts for you, and allow you to listen on any PC...
This week the Brass Band Konkordia Zwingen from Switzerland playing Pastime With Good Company by Henry 8 arranged by S. Roberts, Light Walk B. Gott, Breezin Down Broadway by Goff Richards and All I ask of you by Andrew Lloyd Webber arranged by Mowat...
All Brass Band Radio broadcasts FM quality BB music 24/7. You can access it at no cost from http://www.live365.com or http://www.ibowtie.com.
For a small payment that is described on those websites, you can upgrade to CD quality with no commercials.
Nice one Jacob, In particulary enjoyed "Introduction no2".
I normally go to www.altavista.com and click on the music tab,delete all but .mp3 and then put a universal search for brass band or the track you require
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