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As the student authors of this You Tube production say, "This is based on the Oresteia. It contains thoughtless violence,... see more

The Wolfram Demonstrations Project--3D Graphics is an open-code resource that uses dynamic computation to illuminate... see more

Interactive animation and listening guide to Dvorak famous symphony.

Interactive introduction to the orchestra using Britten's famous work. Sounds, animations, multiple examples and... see more

A spectacular animation of women depicted in great paintings.

Planet 10 is an interactive virtual model of our Solar System written in Shockwave by Wired Science for Science year. You... see more

Origami Club in English (http://www.origami-club.com/en/) is information site about origami for everyone for free.  ... see more

The " final exam" for the USAR training by the Florida State Fire Marshal’s Office.  This video shows the approaches take... see more

Language Game.org is an on line game website that provide language training while playing game. You can sit down and have... see more

It is a commercial site for designing speaking animated characters.

This piece uses an interactive animated adventure to teach children about classical music instruments. It requires just... see more

On this site are often stunning photos on a wide variety of topics.  Users can create their own slide shows comprised of... see more

Michael Bach has put together a great interactive site that will give anyone involved in the visual arts new insight into... see more

The Dancing Paul Site will let you learn to dance the way you want. This interactive website shows some unique styles of... see more

Analysis of Bach's G Minor Fugue from Book II of the WTC (BWV 885)

Analysis of Bach's Fugue BWV 846 in C major (WTC Book 1)

Analysis of Bach's Fugue BWV 871 in C minor (WTC Book 2)

Analysis of Bach's Fugue No 1 in C minor (WTC Book 1, BWV 847) This material is part of the teoria.com website which was... see more

From the website: "This work-in-progress seeks to offer computer-based reconstructions of the interiors of six major... see more

A brief history of theatre in this town in the Czech Republic. Most importantly is a link to the theatre at Cesky Krumlov... see more

A site devoted to the study of Renaissance and Baroque theatrical spectacle, including a large number of computer... see more

An animated graphic of an action potential that illustrates how the movement of ions creates the movement of the action... see more