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1Music Theory Online: The online journal of the Society for Music Theory   >>
Peer-reviewed, bimonthly, and free-of-charge electronic journal of the Society for Music Theory (SMT) with an emphasis on the presentation of music-th ....
2ChoralNet: The Internet center for choral music   >>
One of the top sites for choral music with extensive repertory listings organized by voicing, instrumentation, language, textual themes, style period, ....
3The Library of Congress   >>
The Library of Congress site, the site of the greatest library in the world, includes information about the library's news, events and exhibitions, a ....
4Berklee College of Music   >>
The site of one of the most famous colleges for contemporary music (jazz, rock, film music e.t.c.) offers all the information for the future students ....
5Cornell University - Department of Music   >>
The University site offers, among others, information about under- or postgraduate cources in Musicology, Performance and Composition, about Library, ....
6Oberlin College - Conservatory of Music   >>
The University site offers, among others, information about under- or postgraduate cources in Musicology, Composition, Performance, Music Technology a ....
7University of California, Berkeley - The Department of Music   >>
This informative University site offers, among others, information about under- and postgraduate students in Musicology, Composition and Ethnomusicolo ....
8University of Oregon - School of Music   >>
The University site offers, among others, information about under- or postgraduate cources in Music Performance, Composition and Jazz Studies, about t ....
9Κολέγιο Μουσικής Berklee: Ένα Διεθνές ΄Ιδρυμα   >>
A synopsis of Berklee College of Music, in the greek language.
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