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  • All Music Guide - Portal built around articles by music journalists describing music genres, with links and reviews.
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  • DataDragon: Music Genre Sampler - Children's site with simple definitions of a few genres including rock, Celtic, and classical with artist and site links.
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  • Ectophiles Guide by Genre - Self-described "Guide to Good Music" from a group founded in 1991 to support the music of singer Happy Rhodes. Links to artists, almost entirely female vocalists, sorted by genre such as pop, blues, experimental, performance art, beautiful and fierce, and traditional.
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  • Indiana University School of Music: Genres - Categorized links organized by researchers at the William and Gayle Cook Music Library. Categories include 20th-Century music, ancient music, band music, tango, flamenco, ragtime, and choral music.
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  • The Mudcat Cafe - Community collection of information on folk and blues music. Searchable database of song lyrics, research, conversations, and kids stuff.
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  • Music Classification by Genre: System Performance - Research project completed in 2003 by Mitali Banerjee at Rice University used automatic process to determine musical genre of audio samples.
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  • Music Web Hunter: Styles & Genres - Ken Davies has grouped resources in five categories: classical, folk/ethnic/world, jazz, musicals/operas/theater, and pop/rock/country.
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  • Wikipedia: Musical Genre - Brief explanation of the way styles can be defined by region, chronology, technical requirements, marketing trends, or the ideas of critics. Extensively linked to sub-genres and examples of significant artists.
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