Because there is a choice of so many compositions by Hugh Flynn, it is vital that a comprehensive search engine should be provided here.
The music search engine on this web page has several types of filters. The filters can be used together in any combination.
The different types of filters are accessed by clicking on the buttons on the panel above this text. There are filters for "Musical instrument", "Mood / playing technique", "Electronic or Orchestral", "Subject", "Tempo", and "Genre".
There are several tick boxes on each filter panel. Any combination of boxes can be ticked to narrow your search.
There are filters for instruments played, mood or playing technique, possible subject matter, tempo and genre. Only one tempo should be checked, otherwise the search will produce no results.
Click the search results button to view the search results. The button will display the number of results that have been returned. Ticking more boxes will reduce the number of search results.
To play a music track, go to the search results panel and click on the icon or track name. Information will be available in the audio player, track information and other tracks on the album panels once the track starts to play.
A playlist in the AUDIO PLAYER section will keep a record of the tracks that have been loaded into the player, and this list will load again if you revisit this page within one month. The other tracks on the album can be viewed by clicking the other tracks on the album button.
The checkbox filters in the SEARCH panels are accessed by clicking on one of the six buttons above this text. The buttons are for Instruments, Mood/playing technique, Electronic or orchestral, Subject, Tempo & Genre. Using any combination of panels and checkboxes should help you quickly target a music track or group of tracks.
The boxes do not need to be ticked in any particular order.
Just tick as many or as few boxes as you need to. Only one tempo tick box should be selected as each track is only allocated one tempo.
Click the Search Results button to view the results. There may be one or several pages of search results. The page number will appear above the track icons.
You can change the number of track icons that appear each page to suit your browser and device with the drop down menu located in the SEARCH RESULTS section.
The tracks matching the search will appear as icons and track names on the SEARCH RESULTS panel as soon as a box is ticked. The number of results will be updated as soon as another box is ticked. The number of search results will show on the search results button.
Click on the icon associated with the track or the track name text to load it into the audio player. The player will begin playing the track as soon as it is loaded.
The audio player has an HTML5 audio engine and may not work with earlier versions of Firefox or browsers that do not support mp3 files.
The player is loaded by clicking on the icon associated with the chosen track on the search results panel. The panel is accessed by clicking the search results button.
The music track will begin playing as soon as it is loaded. The track that will be loaded into the player will be the demonstration version and not the full version of the track.
The duration of the file shown on the player is for the demonstration version of the audio file. The length or duration of the full version of the track will be shown on the music track information panel.
CHANGING THE DISPLAY:
Everything on this music search engine web page is located on one of the thirteen panels. Each panel is accessed by clicking on one of the buttons on the control panel. Only the current panel is displayed.
Some panels have collapsible text areas within them. The track list of the audio player panel is an example of this.
A playlist will be displayed below the audio player as soon as a music track is loaded.
The playlist will be restored in a new session if it starts within a month of the previous one. The track names will be stored in a cookie.
There are buttons in the playlist for removing tracks, adding tracks to the cart, and for sending an email about the music track.
This page uses a cookie to store the playlist for one month on your computer.
There are two cookies used on this website. One cookie stores only the music track identification number for the play list. The other cookie stores the music track identity number of the music tracks in the cart.
BUYING AUDIO TRACKS:
The buy/add to cart buttons on either the player or playlist can be clicked to add a track to the cart.
The price of the track will be shown on the track information panel.
The contents of the cart can be viewed at any time by clicking the view cart button on the control panel. Prices will be shown on the cart panel. The cart panel will let you know if your order is less than the minimum order value, and if any quantity discounts have been included.
The check-out button is on the top menu.
Use the email composer button if you would like to perform the track or wish to request usage of the track for other purposes.