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Composer MP3 collapse?

As regular readers know we have put a lot of effort into promoting composer mp3 keyword combinations through our site.

With the recent rise of iTunes related phrases we wondered if there was a general collapse of composer mp3 combinations causing the current fall off in visitor numbers but that doesn't seem to be the case. There has been a longer term fall off on this front and this has been exposed by other movements in the last few days.

So turmoil and drift now - not an easy situation to combat so I think we'll sit tight, work on the music production and see where that takes us.

The system was standing up pretty well yesterday and we probably have the bones of a More Bach page, possibly including a whole concerto. The question mark as ever is over the slow movement but we might package it up as one piece rather than separate movements on this occasion because our arrangement does emphasise the contrast with the faster movements.

Still finding hidden copyright messages in the MIDI files a bit late in the process so we have had to abandon some promising pieces. We have followed strict adherence to all copy right claims found in apparently Public Domain files because we think it is only fair. The only exception is the Brahms variations on a theme by Paganini where the young Brazillians who coded it could not be traced and we have explicity acknowleged their contribution. So far there is not a big enough opportunity to make it worth while to contact copyright holders and negotiate terms with them.

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