Links and navigation

The links in the blogroll are to journals, organisations and research group sites, as well as to some online learning resources. The focus is on cognitive musicology, but I will add links relevant to other walks of musicology later on.

The easiest way to navigate around this blog is to use the tag-cloud. By clicking the tags you can find entries relevant for particular courses. You can also search by date or using the open text search.


Comments and suggestions are very welcome. Any correspondence about courses etc. is best done via email or in Korppi or Optima, however, and feedback on the courses as a whole should be given using the music department course feedback form (anonymous, but in Finnish only…).

Copyright issues

This blog is licensed using the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 License. This means that commercial use of the content of this blog is not allowed, but you can otherwise use and modify the content as long as the end product is then distributed with a similar license. And as in good academic practice, if you use it, please attribute it to me. Similarly, I try to make sure all content linked here is copyright-free (in the case of YouTube videos, I just have to assume the original uploaders have followed the site guidelines), and where I use someone else’s work I ask for the author’s permission.

Creative Commons License


Any opinions expressed in this blog are mine, and do not reflect the official (or unofficial, for that matter) position of my employers. This blog isn’t officially produced or maintained by the University of Jyväskylä, but it is my private thing. Also, the blog is not teaching material that has been approved or checked by the university, so any mistakes or shortcomings are my responsibility.

(Sheesh, all of this sounds so official and boring… But no worries, I’m writing these things mostly to test the WordPress publishing platform, as I’ve never used it before, and to get some content to this blog so that I can finetune the appearance etc. I actually AM this boring, but in the future I will make a conscious effort not to seem like it. 🙂 )

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