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EASY Users are kindly invited to stick to the following list when indicating musical instruments and main study fields in the system


 Accordion
 Bass Guitar (Jazz)
 Bass Guitar (Pop)
 Basso Continuo
 Bassoon (Classical)
 Bassoon (Baroque)
 Bassoon (French)
 Cello (Classical)
 Cello (Baroque)
 Chamber Music
 Choral Conducting
 Clarinet (Classical)
 Clarinet (Jazz)
 Composition
 Composition/Arranging (Jazz)
 Composition and Performance
 Composition (Electronic Music)
 Composition for screen
 Cornett
 Dance – Classical
 Dance – Contemporary
 Digital Arts
 Conducting (Classical)
 Conducting (Jazz)
 Double Bass (Classical)
 Double Bass (Jazz)
 Electric Guitar (Pop)
 Ethnomusicology
 Flute (Classical)
 Flute (Baroque)
 Flute (Jazz)
 Fortepiano
 Guitar (Classical)
 Guitar (Jazz)
 Guitar (Pop)
 Harp (Classical)
 Harp (Baroque/ Medieval)
 Harp (Jazz)
 Harpsichord
 Horn
 Horn (natural)
 Keyboards (Historical/Baroque)
 Lute/Theorbo/Vihuela
 Mandolin
 Music Pedagogy
 Music Psychology
 Music Technology
 Musicology
 Ney
 Oboe (Classical)
 Oboe (Baroque)
 Ophicleide
 Organ
 Percussions (Classical)
 Percussions (Jazz)
 Percussions/Drumkit (Pop)
 Percussions (Early Music)
 Piano (Classical)
 Piano (Jazz)
 Piano / Keyboard / Synthesiser (Pop)
 Piano Accompaniment/Repetiteur
 Recorder
 Recording and Production
 Sackbut
 Saxophone (Classical)
 Saxophone (Jazz)
 Songwriting and Arranging
 Sound Engineering
 Theatre – acting
 Theatre – scenography
 Theatre – stage management
 Timpani (Classical)
 Timpani (Baroque)
 Traverso
 Trombone (Classical)
 Trombone (Jazz)
 Trumpet (Classical)
 Trumpet (Jazz)
 Tuba
 Ud
 Viola (Classical)
 Viola (Baroque)
 Viola da Gamba
 Violin (Classical)
 Violin (Baroque)
 Violin (Jazz)
 Voice (Classical)
 Voice (Baroque)
 Voice (Jazz)
 Voice (Pop)

12 Sep 2019