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There are many disciplines that may cover music games — many materials may find their way to the wiki, from sociology of subcultures, through musicology, to cognitive game studies, etc. Naturally, for these purposes our wiki is not directly quotable, but we hope to provide access also to a non-obvious, thoroughly interesting information.

Our present and intended "services" include digitalizations of physical media, acquiring first-hand accounts, or providing handy overviews.

In texts:

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reviews not straight to the music/gaming point
nature_study_notes.jpg C. Cardew (ed.), Nature Study Notes (full, 1969) (source)
our transcription of a pioneering collection of playful music
do-not-take-photos-1576438__340.png Alan Brett (people)
recollections on the Scratch Orchestra by Alan Brett
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references in Chicago author-date format

In pieces:

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pre-composed phrases interacting
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