Ballard Music is excited to announce that for the first time ever, professional digital recordings of each concert will be available for you to purchase online! Go to the Chinook Wind Productions Ballard High School Catalog
You can preview the first 30 seconds of each song by pressing the play button. You can buy the album as MP3s (for listening on an iPod) or as a WAV files (if you want to burn a CD at home.) Orif you don't want the entire show, you can buy individual tracks, either as MP3s or WAV files. You will need an Amazon account or a PayPal account to make a purchase. If you have neither, you'll be prompted on how to set up one or the other.
Winter Music Concerts
Share the Videos and Photos with Friends and Family
All three concerts are now available for viewing on BPA YouTube and Vimeo. Thank You to James Taylor with assistance from student Max Beaulieu (Band and Choir) and John Shelepet (Orchestra) for the fantastic Winter Concert Videos. Photos are available on BPA Social Media:
Winter Concert music files are online. Inside each Band, Choir or Orchestra folder are folders with each group's songs and each Mozart's Requiem in both WAV and MP3 formats. Use WAV files to burn CDs, MP3s to download to iPods and similar devices. MP3s will show up in alphabetical order, but they have track numbers embedded in them, and should sort themselves into performance order once they're in iTunes or some similar program.
Please respect the composers' copyright and do not share with anyone outside of your ensemble except for the Requiem. Mozart's copyright has expired.
Fall Concert Recordings Available
Enjoy the music at home
to open a folder called "Ballard Fall 2016." Inside are separate folders for band, choir and orchestra, and inside each of those are folders for .WAV files and MP3 files. Download .WAV files if you want to burn your own CDs. If you have trouble downloading the .WAV files please contact Diane Taylor for assistance. Download MP3 files if you are using a device like an iPad or an iPhone. The MP3 files will appear in alphabetical order, but the track numbers are embedded, so when they are downloaded into iTunes as an album, they should arrange themselves in the proper order.
MP3 files are for listening. WAV files must be downloaded to your computer and are for burning CDs
Please respect the copyright on this music, do not share it with students who are not in our music program or upload it anywhere else on the web. The copyright act allows "One archive or study recording" per musician.