Please feel free to share. “The Little Drummer Boy Project”
Here are a couple of MuseScore files for the tune going by the names of Loch Lomond, Red is the Rose, and others.
It will be familiar to almost everyone.
It makes an easy, fun, sweet beginners' piece.
You can hear it played in MuseScore (free download from musescore.org), and slow it down, speed it up, sing along, and play along. Read it from the sheet or listen and play by ear or both.
I made two versions that differ here and there in the rhythm and differ in key signature, one being in D and the other in C.
Edit: somehow I am not able to attach MuseScore (.mscz) files. So this post is in limbo so to speak until that issue is resolved. I thought that @KindaScratchy had posted MuseScore files previously. Maybe I am wrong.
I'm not that familiar with musescore. Does it let you save the MIDI file? If it does, than you can definitely post that here, then others should be able to download it and listen that way. I've been using Finale Notepad (also a free download) and it lets you compose, play the MIDI, save the midi, export, export .pdf file of the piece, and will transpose a MIDI file in to sheet music for you. I don't know if that helps, probably not. I imagine that all these functions are available in musescore though. Just haven't messed with it that much myself.
There is no failure, only results.
Okay, here I'll try to upload it with a ".wav" extension.
NOTE: this is a musescore source file. After downloading it, please change the file extension on your copy to ".mscz".
Edit: Okay, that seems to be a work-around! @Kevin M., thanks for that devious suggestion. Folks, please make sure to change the file extension from ".wav" back to ".mscz." Otherwise your computer may catch on fire or something.
@KindaScratchy I used to upload files to musescore.com for others to download. But after five uploads, they want you to start paying. If you have a suggestion of a good file-sharing site, though, I'd be inclined to try it out.