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Why MIDI?

Many people teachers are discovering that MIDI accompaniments are great tools for helping teach difficult concepts to students. They keep students engaged more and inspire them to practice more, leading to higher success and retention rates.

During a recent workshop at Amro, Catherine Davis from Roland walked teachers through many teaching tips for using MIDI accompaniments. If you missed the workshop, here are videos from the event.

Which MIDI accompaniments are available?

basic prep courseAlfred’s Basic Prep Course 

  • MIDI Disks available for most levels (but not all), Lesson & Solo Books 
  • Floppy disks, requires a floppy disk drive 
  • Appears these may be discontinued soon. 
  • MIDI files also available for purchase online. www.alfred-music.com 


basic piano library

Alfred’s Basic Piano Library



premier piano course

Alfred’s Premier Piano Course 

  • MIDI files available for purchase online. www.alfred-music.com 
  • Audio Accompaniments and games ARE available on the iPad in the PianoMaestro app 
  • Audio Accompaniments for use in any CD player are available on CDs with selected books in the series. 


hal leonard student piano library

Hal Leonard Student Piano Library 

  • Many books in the series available with a CD or Audio Access 
  • CD’s contain audio accompaniment for use in any CD player, also can copy the MIDI files using a computer for use with digital pianos. 
  • Audio Access is a special code (proof of purchase) allowing you to download the audio files to your computer and/or a flash drive. 


little mozarts

Music for Little Mozarts 

  • Flash Drive available with all accompaniments from Levels 1-4 



piano adventures

Piano Adventures 

  • CDs for each most levels’ lesson books, and some of the supplementary books CD’s contain audio accompaniments for any CD player, also can copy the MIDI files using a computer for use with digital pianos 


piano town

Piano Town 

  • Primer, Level 1, Level 2 Floppy disks


Looking for tips to get started with MIDI?