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Over 700 examples of various concepts in tonal theory; each example is has a .pdf, mp3, and .swf file

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

An introduction to tonal music from a theoretical standpoint, complete with reference guide and practice exercises.

Simple instrument drag and drop part identification game.

The Alexander Technique is a means for changing habits and improving coordination. The Technique can be especially... see more

"Bach to School" is open-content curriculum that threads its way through four summative works of J. S. Bach.  Designed... see more

An interactive music theory drill for iPad designed to help students improve their ability to build chords on the staff.... see more

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

Various videos, animations, and interactive activities for Biology, Communications, Psychology, Music, Nursing, and Human... see more

FREE online course with tests! Why is it so important to learn the Circle of Fifths? Because its visualization will help... see more

Online resources on medieval music history and theory.

Essays, program notes, animated score analyses, notes on performance practice, bibliographies, discographies, and... see more

A comprehensive website that provides information on all aspects of sound and music recording.  Individual sections... see more

The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, founded in 1959, is widely regarded as one of the finest chamber orchestras in the... see more

This site contains a Flash animation analysis of Mozart's Eine Kleine Nachtmusik.  

The Sound Recording Technology History Site explores the history and impact of the inventions that changed the way we... see more

This is the final lecture by Daniel Barenboim as part of the Reith Lectures at the BBC. Barenboim argues that music... see more

Midi (musical instrument digital interface) files of music from the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance

Musopen is an online music library of copyright free music (public domain music). We want to give the world access to... see more

Handouts and step-by-step lab activities for a short course in Digital Sound and Music. Introduction to digital sound... see more

A website exploring alternate tunings and layouts of instruments. Has nice piano and guitar chording java applets

This site provides video examples of violin practice techniques. Each lesson includes a summary of improvements that can... see more