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A reference site that offers brief discussions on a variety of music theory topics. It currently covers intervals, chords... see more

Overtone is a downloadable program that allows you to create sine wave plus chosen harmonics (or overtones) and see the... see more

'Play By Ear is a call-and-response ear training application that helps you develop the ability to hear pitches and play... see more

Introduction to the principals of frequency modulation.

Incorporates rock music in standards-based lesson plans for music, English, social studies, science, and technology.

The Keeping Score web site is designed to give people of all musical backgrounds an opportunity to explore the music and... see more

Online JavaScript drills for teaching 7th Chords and Secondary Functions.

'Explore the surprising side of sound with Sound Uncovered, an interactive book featuring auditory illusions, acoustic... see more

This site contains an extensive set of notes on basic topics in physics. There are extensive illustrations and animations... see more

- Noise and Your Ears: Worth Hearing About! (published 1995; 562 KB) PDF - Acoustics and You: Learning About the Science... see more

An easy reference to mic placement, studio tips and recording issues. Quick and simple.

Various collections for teachingĀ  Shakespeare (everything from lifestyle to Tudor musicĀ  insult kits). See below for the... see more

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

An enjoyable listening experience and impressive collection of YouTube Jazz Videoes (4-5 minutes in duration) created by... see more

The Classical MIDI Connection is designed for classical music enthusiasts. It provides an easy method of accessing MIDI... see more

Mark Twain, one of America's greatest literary legends, was a passionate guitarist and singer during the 19th century's... see more

The Singing Voice provides detailed information, history and links about the human voice, opera and the art of singing.

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

This website of Julianne Baird, Rutgers-Camden Music Professor and internationally-acclaimed soprano, demonstrates the... see more

A reference resounce on the history and development of electronic music. The site contains articles with pictures and... see more

A guide to understanding and appreciating the techniques of Schenkerian Analysis.

Analysis of the G minor fugue BWV861 by Bach in Flash format

A collection of application-oriented articles to aid the aspiring audio engineer.

An introduction to orchestral instruments.