One of the new AMRC CD Releases for 2016:
American Places - Musical Travels (AMRC 0028)
See the complete AMRC catalogue -- click here
Now in its 10th year online, American Music Preservation.com is one of the largest informational sites devoted to help preserve American music
with resources and recordings.
This site is owned and operated by PineTree Productions, an educational service devoted to help preserve American music from the past. There are three divisions of this service: PineTree Press, PineTree Music, PineTree Multimedia
Because of the vast amount of American music produced, only a sampling can be covered here.
For those interested in information about music from the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries, you can join
the Society for Earlier American Music (or SEAM) -- click here
There are many musical treasures waiting to be discvered from America's past and in need of preservation.
There is a need to share this music with a wider public and that is the reason for this website.
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 or any other help you can provide in this worthwhile preservation effort. To contact PineTree Productions -- click here
If you are planning a concert with American music, a recording, a music course, or other program and would like professional advice or research assistance, write for consultation fee to music preservationist, Roger Lee Hall.
To contact him by e-mail -- click here
You can help support this informational website by making a donation by credit card in $US at the bottom of this page.
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 programs.
Here are the highlights listed below: