Cylinder Preservation and Digitization Project. Sound/list. This is the main page for listing full length free content musical works available on Wikipedia or Wikimedia Commons, with special emphasis on works that are (or should be) linked in Wikipedia articles.
There are separate sub-pages for composer names that begin with the following letters of the alphabet: Wireless phones like the iPhone can store and play music listed here, using various free apps such as Capriccio. See /playlist for a sampling of URLs to use with other music players. Soundsnap. Sons de cloches. Soundtransit. Hoerspielbox. FindSounds. British Library Recordings. GallicaParoles&Musiques. MIS_instruments classiques. The University of Iowa Musical Instrument Samples (MIS) are created by Lawrence Fritts, Director of the Electronic Music Studios and Associate Professor of Composition at the University of Iowa.
Since 1997, these recordings have been freely available on this website and may be downloaded and used for any projects, without restrictions. These are used by musicians, application developers, teachers, students, and researchers. These have been used in over 270 published research articles and books. Please let me know if these have been helpful in your research and music projects. Until 2011, the recordings were made with single Neumann KM 84 cardioid condenser microphone at 16/44.1. PianoClassique. GramophoneVirtuel. FreeSoundProject.