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Music Fundamentals 5: Triads, Chords, Introduction to Roman Numerals
Music Inquiry
Music, Waves, Physics
Musical Travels for Children
The New York Etching Club Minutes
The New-York Historical Society: Lessons from One Nonprofit's Long Struggle for Survival
Noisy Learning: Loud but Fun Music Education Activities
On-Line Education
Online Humanities Scholarship: The Shape of Things to Come
A Parent's Guide to Band
Pathway To Dreams
Perception of Music
Pitch Notation
Primary Esperanto Beginner Materials
The Readies
Reading Music: Common Notation
Reserved for future use
Rhythmic Studies, Part 1
Rhythmic Studies, Part 2
Seattle and the Demons of Ambition
Sebastopol Sister City Connexions (Japan-Ukraine-United States)
The Shawshank Redemption - undervisningsmateriale
Sound Reasoning
Special Subjects in Music Theory
The Sphinx
Stephen Crane's "The Black Riders and other lines"
Study at University
Three Modules on Clear Writing Style: An Introduction to The Craft of Argument, by Joseph M. Williams and Gregory Colomb
Understanding Basic Music Theory
Understanding Your French Horn
Virtual Theremin
"The Adversary in the House" by Irving Stone_Part1
"The Sphinx," by Oscar Wilde, with decorations by Charles Ricketts (1894)
'n Afrika-dans vir Erfenisdag
'n Definisie van populere kultuur
(Untitled)Visual Arts: Colour
)m ruimte deur perspektief te verken
18. Transcript of the video 'Creativity and Paradigms'
1877 Minutes of the New York Etching Club
1878 Minutes of the New York Etching Club
1879 Minutes of the New York Etching Club
1880 Minutes of the New York Etching Club
1881 Minutes of the New York Etching Club
1882 Minutes of the New York Etching Club
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