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Music History, Performance, and Theory

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This group is for Music History (Musicology) students, teachers, Theory students and teachers, and orchestral/voice performers of all kinds. Composers should feel free to join too!
I'd like this to be a place where we might discuss questions and pool resources to anwser them. Of course, talking about our favorite music books is always welcome!

I am a student of Music History in my last year of undergraduate study, and my interests are Mahler, the people around Mahler, and other composers/influences of the late 19th/early 20th century.

Total members: 81 members

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Language: English
Group id: musichistoryperform
Created: Jul 30, 2006

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