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Magnetic-dipolar-mode or magnetostatic (MS) oscillations in ferrite samples have the wavelength much smaller than the electromagnetic wavelength at the same frequency and, at the same time, much larger than the exchange-interaction spin wavelength. This intermediate position between the “pure” electromagnetic and spin-wave (exchange-interaction) processes reveals very special behaviors of the geometrical effects. It was shown recently that magnetic-dipolar-mode oscillations in a normally magnetized ferromagnetic disk are characterized by discrete energy levels resulting from the structural confinement. In this article we give results of the energy spectra in MS-wave ferrite disks taking into account nonhomogeneity of the internal dc magnetic field. © 2004 American Institute of Physics.