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PostPosted: Sun Mar 27, 2011 2:52 pm 
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May I make a bit of self promotion?

I had quite forgotten work on this site I wrote on the Italian language. It is mostly not relevant to the Society, but there are several pages talking about musical terms as well as a section on Italian musicians abroad, as well as foreign misicians in Italy.

This is the home page:

http://www.italian-language-study.com/

While the musician's page is:

http://www.italian-language-study.com/i ... /music.htm

Here is a picture of the house where Tchaikovsky stayed at and where (apparently) he wrote his 4th Symphony.

http://www.italian-language-study.com/i ... /index.htm

I need to update it, as there are many people missing (as Oswald, of whom I have just written the biography for the Society.)

The site is, of course, not commercial.

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 Post subject: Re: Musical terms
PostPosted: Sun Mar 27, 2011 5:04 pm 
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Thanks Richard!

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