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MOZART (by David Webber) 942 bytes

These are the scores  I  produced with MOZART,
the Music Processor, by David Webber

This site would not exist without Guido d'Arezzo

NOTE: Tripod has a list of permissible file extensions which does not include .MZ, .BTM, .ION or .DAT files, but it does not prohibit the storage of such files. It just assumes they are HTML files and (sometimes) prepends them with their Javascript to generate floating ads.
This means that your browser will probably display them when you click on them.
To download them, right-click them, select "Save Target As..." and make sure to save them with their proper extension.
You can of course also get the MOZART scores by downloading the .ZIP files, or you can open them in the free MOZART Viewer as described below.

Note: The ZIP files contain the .mz, .txt, and .mid files, not the .pdf files as they cannot be compressed by much. The ZIP files have been produced with PkZip (DOS) 2.50; for zipping with a GUI I recommend ZipCentral: it's the only one I know to display file comments. The .pdf files can be viewed/printed with freely available PDF viewers like GSView or Acrobat Reader. Most have been produced with Acrobat Distiller 4.05 at 300dpi to conserve space; the interested reader can easily produce them at a higher resolution with Ghostscript.

David Webber also provides a free MOZART Viewer so everyone can view and print (and listen to) scores written with MOZART. Under NT5.x (Windows 2000/XP), this viewer -and MOZART itself- can also be used to open the MOZART scores on this site directly: just enter the score's URL in the Open File dialogue, e.g. !

A lot of MIDI files can also be found through the excellent search engine at MIDI Universe.
More free sheet music is available at freesheetmusicguide.

Weihnachtslieder (Christmas Carols)

If you can't see the table, click here
(Numbers are file size)
Title (actual file name) FiledateZIP MOZART Icon (189 bytes)
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September 2001: I re-designed all the tables of my MOZART files, utilising Microsoft's Tabular Data Binding. Although only Internet Explorer currently supports this concept, I still chose this method because I think it's a very elegant way of displaying a database in HTML, providing very simple access to useful functions like filtering and sorting the database records. As a positive side-effect, it will also display dates in the users' own country settings; unfortunately, this is not true for the display of numbers: they will not show with locale-specific grouping symbols.
If you can't see the contents of these table, you have to click here, which will display a list of files in the server's directories.

Last edited: 24-Jan-03 20:03 +1000