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This guide will introduce you to resources you can use when studying music.
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The ultimate goal of the IMSLP is to gather all public domain music scores, in addition to the music scores of all contemporary composers (or their estates) who wish to release them to the public free of charge. However, another main goal of IMSLP is to facilitate the exchange of musical ideas outside of compositions: for example, the analysis of a particular piece of music.
The Jazz Institute of Chicago was founded in 1969 by a small band of jazz fans, writers, club owners and musicians who came together to preserve the historical roots of the Chicago's music and to ensure that opportunities for the music to be heard would not be lost in a time when rock was subsuming cultural economics.
The popular website acts as a portal featuring up to date news, previews, guide sections, exclusive charts and an original Battle of the Bands competition. Their mission is to carry on introducing new listeners to the vast array of glorious global sounds.