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Midifile
The Lord Is Listenin' To Ya, Hallelujah
in style of
Carla Bley; Gary Valente

This Midifile has been replayed/programmed on the basis of the original song. Length, style, instrumentation and arrangemet are as close as possible to the original as well. A Midifile's sound is never 100% like the original, because the sound doesn't "come from" the midi, but from the midi-device (sound is beeing generated).

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Article#: 40483.00
Title: The Lord Is Listenin' To Ya, Hallelujah
in style of: Carla Bley; Gary Valente / USA (United States)
Our release date: 30.11.2015
Style(s): Jazz
Tag(s): 1980th
Duration: 7:12
Tempo: 112 changes [91-119 bpm]
Tracks: 7
Filesize: ~ 51 KB

Text / Lyrics

No lyrics available as this title is an intrumental.

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SMF-0
SMF-1
GM
GS
XG

Midi Features

Meta Lyric-Events: No
XF CHORDS: No
Vocalist track: Vocal harmonies (VH) on channel 16

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