Berti Finchè La Barca Va Midi (.mid) - Berti - Finchè la barca va.mid
The midi file Berti - Finchè la barca va.mid (65 kilobytes) was uploaded and converted to MP3 on December 15, 2012, 11:43 am and assigned to music genre Unclassified. This midi file is contains 1 midi tracks and the playback duration is 3 minutes and 47 seconds.
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The following musical instruments are used in this midi composition:
- Brass Ensemble (view chords)
- Fingered Bass (view chords)
- Orchestra Hit (view chords)
- Nylon Str Guitar (view chords)
- Tremolo Strings (view chords)
- Jazz Electric Gtr (view chords)
- Ensemble Strings (view chords)
- Piano (view chords)
- Steel Drums (view chords)
- Tuba (view chords)
- Flute (view chords)
- Synth Strings 2 (view chords)
- Trumpet (view chords)
- Atmosphere (view chords)
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The following conversion settings where used to generate the Mp3 version of Berti - Finchè la barca va.mid through the Midi to Mp3 converter:Soundfont: SGM V2.01 (Default)
Tempo Variation: 100%
Key Transpose: 0 half tones
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Berti - Finchè la barca va.mid (65 Kb)
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