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Re: Website harmony teaching

From: Mike Blackstock
Subject: Re: Website harmony teaching
Date: Mon, 15 Sep 2008 10:43:43 -0400
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Ron wrote:

I wish to start giving online music theory and harmony lessons for RCM exam preparation in Canada. I wish to set up a website where the students and I can interact in music notation online.

Good news and bad news: bad news, as Valentin mentions, is that what you want 
is only in  its early stages. Good news is, I'm working on one effort along 
those lines and I live just a stone's throw of the RCM in Toronto (for others 
on the list: that's the Royal Conservatory of Music). The least we can do 
perhaps is sometime get together for a coffee or beer (preferably beer) and 
look at the options - tons of places around there are wireless hot spots.


Valentin Villenave wrote:

there are several systems that allow to do so, but you need to know
that a) lilypond-based web applications are still at a very early
stage, b) you will need a (powerful) dedicated server to host your
lilypond application, and c) no LilyPond-oriented Java applet has been
developed so far.

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