It is devoted mostly to ragtime, and most of the rolls he has digitized are available only as MIDI files, but there is also a free download of a 25MB soundfont of a Steinway grand, and 40MB and 80MB downloads of larger soundfonts at five bucks (on the Amazon honor system.) I haven't downloaded a soundfont, being on dial-up, but the MIDI player that came with my computer isn't that bad, so I've fetched a few of the free files, which are digitized versions of rolls recorded by the likes of Scott Joplin, Eubie Blake, James Scott, etc. They are quite enjoyable, and take but seconds each to download. There is one MP3 available of Scott Joplin playing Maple Leaf Rag, but everything else I've seen there is MIDI. The digitizations are copyrighted, but Trachtman allows them to be downloaded for personal use.
I went outside a while ago and I'm sure I heard a fox bark, not too near, but not far away. I haven't heard a fox around here for ages. I wonder if it likes ragtime?
Wow, I'm really late in posting tonight.