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The Open Music Encyclopedia

Welcome to Musipedia! Inspired by, but not affiliated with Wikipedia, we are building a searchable, editable, and expandable collection of tunes, melodies, and musical themes.

Every entry can be edited by anybody. An entry can contain a bit of sheet music, a MIDI file, textual information about the viagra without prescription work and cheap generic viagra 100mg the composer, and last but not least the cialis daily Parsons Code, a rough description of the best price levitra melodic contour.

Name that Tune

Musipedia uses the buy pfizer viagra "Melodyhound" melody search engine. You can find and cialis philippines identify a tune even if the melody is all you know. You can play it on a piano keyboard, whistle it to the buy cipro computer, simply tap the best price seroquel rhythm on the best price propecia computer keyboard or use the Parsons code.

Music Search

You can base your search on melody (i. e., pitch and how strong is 5 mg of cialis rhythm), melodic contour, or just rhythm.

Melody Search

Identify a melody by entering it

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Rhythm-based Search

For an even simpler (but less specific) way of searching, try the Rhythm-based "Query by Tapping" search method.

SOAP Interface

If you are a computer, or want to integrate the Musipedia search into your own web service, you can use the buying generic cialis SOAP interface, which makes it possible to search based on melody, contour, or rhythm.