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Choul
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Post by Choul » 07-21-09 10:49 am

:lol: You're a little impatient.
But thanks, I will make those files, check the links and upload them this week. I hope you don't mind, but I make zip files in stead of rar files,
because not everyone has a archive programm for rar files.

Rickeeey
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Post by Rickeeey » 07-21-09 11:07 am

I thought you were preparing another list and that the one that is uploaded is upadted. But nevermind, I was just wrong.

Rickeeey
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Post by Rickeeey » 08-12-09 12:25 pm

Here's are two more that you could add:

http://musicianhome.com/ <- A site with articles about music and different instruments. I don't know if it fits for your list.

http://www.musicalscales.net/index.htm <- A nice software with all music scales.

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_gw?ur ... ks&x=0&y=0 <- Maybe you could add a piano books search link on amazon.com.

Choul
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Post by Choul » 08-12-09 1:02 pm

I haven't included commercial links on purpose, because the list with links will be too large for that and it's easier to find a site where you can buy a book than one that you can get for free, but I like very much the site you mentioned about the scales, so I will add that one. Thanks Rickeeey!

Choul
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Post by Choul » 08-12-09 1:14 pm

I was thinking, can it be a good idea to add a seperate section 'commercial' ? What do you think?

Rickeeey
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Post by Rickeeey » 08-12-09 2:29 pm

You mean links to popular sites where you can buy pianos, keyboards, piano books etc?

Choul
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Post by Choul » 08-12-09 2:49 pm

Well, I was more thinking about the links you had given before, for example for sheet music or software. I hadn't thought about instruments yet. I think it's difficult, because we all live somewhere else and it isn't practical to add url 's to sites for instruments to let them deliver in your own country. That could become very expensive. :roll:

Choul
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Post by Choul » 06-20-10 4:54 pm

Added a new zipped bookmarks file, removed all the old ones. See the first post. Not splitted this time (just no time right now) and most people downloaded the complete file anyway. For who doesn't know yet: if you don't know where to find information about keyboard manuals, midi files, (free) sheet music, music theory, piano lessons and so on, you can use the bookmarks file, it contains a lot of links to sites with the subjects mentioned.

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