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Joy of Music School

1209 Euclid Avenue
Knoxville, TN
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(865) 525-6806
(865) 525-6003
Our preferred brands include orff and suzuki. We can assist you with band instruments, drums, music supplies, music theory, musical instruments, saxophones and violins.


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