Dutch musicality - Pronunciation and Transcription

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Dutch musicality - Pronunciation and Transcription

Post by kwalijkje » Mon Mar 02, 2009 8:48 pm

I stumbled across this site quite a while ago, and it's been sitting in my bookmarks for ages. I've been intending to study it for a bit; it's quite interesting though I've never really engage with it. Perhaps it is useful for someone here.
http://todi.let.kun.nl/ToDI/home.htm
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