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The nice part of this site is if you click on one of the titles you will see a pdf file open with the first page of the music.I then convert the WAV file to a MP3 file (for size reduction of the file) and that is what you download.Just left click the song you want and your browser player will play the song.Myself I don't have midi although when I bought my last new accordion this year (2008) I seriously thought about it. The mp3 file is an explanation of each lesson that I recorded. The best way to use these lessons is to have a computer where you are going to practice the lesson. If you do not have Acrobat Reader you can download it from my Download page (left side panel).I finally went with a double musette tuned accordion. Also you will find Winzip if you need to download that program. Winamp is a very good one and is also on my Download page. It is assumed you are going to use a piano key accordion. You could use one but where the notes I have no idea.