Select the music you want to listen to by clicking a link to a CD. It will bring you to a new page with the track listing and CD cover art. This is the album page. At this point you may select just a few of the tracks by clicking the individual boxes next to them, or you can play the entire CD by clicking “Select All” on the left side of the page. Next, click “Play Selections”, and the player will pop up in a separate window. (Please note that NML uses the Adobe Flash player; you can find the latest version of Flash at https://www.adobe.com/support/flashplayer/downloads.html).
You can use the player to play, stop, pause, skip forward, or back up to previous tracks. The player allows you to navigate within a piece by clicking along the status bar of the player window. Simply move the status bar (the bar that shows how far along a piece is) to the point where you would like the music to play. This is useful for when you want to listen to a particular development section or chord sequence again.
While listening, you can also read the liner notes by clicking “About this Recording” or “Booklet”, where available.
You can find the performer credits by clicking on the “+” signs.
You can find other available performances of a work by clicking on the green “Work Details” button or blue “i” button next to the work. For most major compositions, you can also find further information about the work here.