Making American Music Come Alive!
For over 10 years American Music Preservation.com has been one of the largest informational sites
devoted to help preserve American music
from the past through research and recordings.
This site is owned and operated by PineTree Productions,
an educational service established to provide resources and recordings of American music.
There are three divisions of this educational service:
PineTree Press - books and pamphlets
PineTree Music - sheet music and music collections
PineTree Multimedia - computer discs with bonus audio and video features
Roger Lee Hall
With his extesnive background in Ethnomusicology and Historical Musicology,
he is one of the most active American music preservationists.
Also, he is the composer-in-residence for this website
and his compositions are available from PineTree Music
For PineTree Multimeida, he has produced over 50 CD and DVD collections
He is currently Director of the American Music Recordings Archive (AMRA)
and Center for American Music Preservation (CAMP)
Read about his many diverse achievements in music over the past four decades -- CLICK HERE
See his music lectures and workshops -- CLICK HERE
With his extensive professional background he can be helpful in preparing music
for your concert, publication, music course,
or a recording.
Write to him about consultation and fee -- CLICK HERE
There are many musical treasures waiting to be discvered from America's past and in need of preservation.
You can help in the preservation efforts on this site by purchasing any publications
(music collections, CDs, DVDs) listed on this site,
or by writing with an offer for financial support in this worthwhile preservation effort.
To contact PineTree Productions about preservation support -- CLICK HERE
You can help support this informational website by making a donation by credit card in $US at the bottom of this page.
"Auld Lang Syne" - American Holiday Songs and Carols
One of the new AMRC CD Releases
including the American composers (pictured below):
Ruth Crawford Seeger, Edward MacDowell, John Philip Sousa, Scott Joplin
See the complete catalogue of AMRC CDs -- CLICK HERE
All the books, CDs, and DVDs listed here are for sale through PayPal to help keep this educational site online.
Please support this site by ordering any titles on this page or at the AMP Store
American Music Preservation does not provide any visual discs (Films, VCD or Blu-ray)
to companies in other countries.
All DVDs listed are computer discs which contain historical information,
music examples (mp3 or wav files), images, and some releases also have video clips or cable television programs.
American Music Preservation -- Links List
These areas are the main topics covered on this site:
Other links on this page:
American Composers Series
A Tribute to Aaron Copland: Dean of American Composers
Music in New England
New England Composers
New England Harmony Series
Singing New Englanders - From The Pilgrims to The Shakers
"DEDICATION" - Singing in Stoughton, 1762-1987
Music from American Communal Societies
"The Best Choice" - American Communal Hymns
Shaker Music Preservation Series
"Give Good Gifts":
Shaker Music in the 20th Century
"The Humble Heart":
A Forty Year Survey of Shaker Music
"Simple Gifts" - Great American Folk Song
Film Composers and Soundtracks
Film Music Review (FMR)
A Guide to Film Music
Bernard Herrmann 1941 - Two film score classics
The Sammy Film Music Awards
Vintage Popular Songs
Music, By George! - A George Gershwin Tribute
"It's Magic" -
A One Hundredth Birthday Celebration
of Sammy Cahn
Sensational Sinatra! A Centennial Remembrance
The Bill Randle Chronicles - From Electric Elvis to The Shakers
Early ElvisPresley and Cleveland disc jockey, Bill Randle
Center for American Music Preservation -- CLICK HERE
Preserving American Music Series
For all the titles in this series - CLICK HERE
American Music Recordings Archive (AMRA) - Links and Lists
New England Music Archive (NEMA)
Composer-in-Residence for American Music Preservation.com
Read more about these CDs,
Music by Roger Lee Hall is available exclusively from
Read about the musical memory collection on multimedia DVD:
"The dark night is ending" by Roger Lee Hall