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Best Classical Tunes Links Page.

On this page I have gathered together a few links to other music sites which are likely to be of interest to fans of this site.
imslp.org/ IMSLP - International Music Score Library Project An enormous collection of Public Domain classical music scores and parts, all totally free of charge.
http://www.themefinder.org Theme Finder An excellent tune search engine, using typed note names, or up/down and other methods for inputting notes of a theme. Created by the Center for Computer Assisted Research in the Humanities at Stanford University.
http://www.musipedia.org/js_piano.html Musipedia - the Open Music Encyclopedia A virtual piano or 'Parson's code" tune search engine.
http://www.folktunefinder.com/# Folk Tune Finder An excellent virtual piano or notation-based tune search specializing in Folk-Music. It accesses heaps of sheet music in ABC music text format.
http://www.classicalconnect.com/ Classical Connect A large library of recorded music, of a high standard, for free listening. It also has informative essays on music. It contains new 'serious' music, as well as works by the great masters.
http://www.talkclassical.com/ Talk Classical A sort of chat site for classical music lovers, a community covering every aspect of classical music. (Perhaps this is the nearest approximation to 'social media' for classical music people)
http://gomersall.net.au/TuneMaker Tune Maker Compose your own tunes in 4-bar chunks, and store them as midi files or as ABC mussic notation files. Use them to assemble larger compositions.

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