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Blogs Used For Calculating Rankings

April 5th, 2008 Posted in classical music

These are the blogs I have used for calculating the top 50 classical music blogs with, if yours isn’t on here and should be, stick it in the comments.

A View from the Podium
About Last Night
Adaptistration
ANABlog
An Unamplified Voice
Aworks
Chicago Classical Music
Classical Convert
Classical In Seattle
Classical Music Blog
CSO Bass Blog
Daily Observations
Deceptively Simple
Dial “M” for Musicology
Edwin Outwater
Fandango: Homo Camp
Felsenmusick
Holde Kunst
Intermezzo
Ionarts
Jason Heath’s Double Bass Blog
Jessica Duchen’s Classical Music Blog
Letter V
Life of A Musician
Mad Musings of Me
Mahler Owes Me Ten Bucks
Maria’s Music
Miss Music Nerd
Mmmusing
Most Of The Shebang
Mostly Music in the Midlands
Mostly Opera
Musical Assumptions
Musical Perceptions
My Favorite Intermissions
Mysteries Abysmal
Night after Night
NYC Opera Fanatic
Oboeinsight
On a Pacific Aisle
On an Overgrown Path
On The Record
Opera Chic
Out West Arts
Parterre Box
PostClassic
Prima La Musica poi le parole
Renewable Music
Roger Bourland
Sandow
Sequenza21
Sieglinde’s Diaries
Slipped Disc
Soho the Dog
Sounds & Fury
Sounds Like Now
Terminal Degree
The Collaborative Piano Blog
The Concert
The Iron Tongue of Midnight
The Omniscient Mussel
The Penitent Wagnerite
The Rambler
The Rest is Noise
The Short Road to Nirvana
The Standing Room
The Well-Tempered Blog
Think Denk
Thirteen Ways
Twang Twang Twang
Vilaine fille
Violinist Diaries
WagnerBlog
Wellsung
Wolf Trap Opera

5 Responses to “Blogs Used For Calculating Rankings”

  1. Gabor Says:

    NicoMuhly.com gets a technorati authority of 110 ranking of 58,956, and he’s not on anyones’ list.


  2. Mr. Bacon Says:

    My blog (http://constructedconsciousness.blogspot.com/) is by no means in the ‘Top 50′ – however, it’s new, and it’s a music blog, so people should please check it out.

    Thanks,
    Mr. Bacon


  3. Ben Says:

    Thanks, I’ll add these blogs to the list.

    ben


  4. The Top 50 Classical Blogs, Using 4 Different Methods - DAYUP Says:

    [...] list and the Musical Perceptions list, along with a bunch of others, the complete list I used is here, add yours if I’m missing it please!) and there might be a couple of mistakes. While the program [...]


  5. Pete Says:

    Hi Ben,

    Please add my site to the consideration list when you have a chance, and let me know where I stand.

    Best,
    Pete Matthews


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