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A media rich site that explores the history of graphical musical notation.

A narrated exhibit of American and Japanese art illustrating Comodore Perry’s mission to Japan in 1853-54. The lengthy... see more

A look at the Renaissance from the perspective of the Florentine princely house of the de Medicis based on a PBS... see more

Created by two performers of Celtic music, the Encyclopedia of traditional Celtic Music covers a variety of topics from... see more

This site provides an extensive and cross-linked history of the development of pi. It is a subpage of the MacTutor... see more

These online notes are intended for students who are working through the textbook Abstract Algebra by Beachy and Blair.... see more

Chapter VI starts on page 98 Step-by-step instructions for teaching basic theater game techniques and for using theater... see more

This video was recorded at MIT World Series: The Resilient City: Trauma, Recovery and Remembrance. The reconstruction of... see more

Glogster is a web tool and mobile app that allows users to create free interactive posters, or Glogs. A "Glog", short for... see more

The US Fire Administration site for Children. A lot of different types of material aimed primarily at the k-8 age group.

This site provides descriptions of how pi is evaluated, Gregory's series formula, connections between Fibonacci numbers... see more

This website presents videos by great educators and facilitates the incorporation of these videos in lessons. A "flip"... see more

This video was recorded at NIPS Workshop on Music, Brain and Cognition, Whistler 2007 . In this presentation, I review... see more

An expanded version of "Introduction to Music Theory", this course includes a review of common notation and an... see more

This resource offers advice on how to avoid plagiarism. It contains the following sections: 1. Overview and... see more

Educreations turns your iPad into a recordable whiteboard. Creating a great video tutorial is as simple as touching,... see more

This is the first in a series of lectures by Daniel Barenboim, as part of the Reith Lecture Series at BBC. In the lecture... see more

Growing out of classes in computer music at Dartmouth College this is web version of a book that is intended as a... see more

Analysis of fugues and canons from the Art of the Fugue by J. S. Bach.

This is a series of lectures on music by renowned conductor Daniel Barenboim. "The Reith Lectures were inaugurated in... see more

***Please note: website is no longer available, however Wesleyan has a Virtual Instrument Museum YouTube channel with... see more

A TED video of Benjamin Zander discussing the value of classical music. This video is an excellent introduction to... see more

A TED video of Evelyn Glennie presenting her ideas on listening. This video is an excellent point of departure for... see more

Online resources on medieval music history and theory.