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Virtual library containing over 4,000 (march 2007) public domain musical scores.

Explore the six string quartets of Bela Bartók through the vision of the Emerson String Quartet in this amalgamation of... see more

The system of music notation allows users to specify two of the main characteristics of music: the note to be played, and... see more

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

Clear and easy to understand explanation of the basic principles of temparements. Animations and sound examples help... see more

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

Build musical chords inside a circle using geometric shapes. Another way to look at chords.

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

An introduction to orchestral instruments.

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

Interactive animation and listening guide to Dvorak famous symphony.

Online resources on medieval music history and theory.

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

Piano Society offers artists free space, bandwidth, and a personal biography page by which they are being presented.... see more

Digital research environment dedicated to the study of fourteenth-century poet and composer Guillaume de Machaut (ca.... see more

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

In four voices fugues there are 24 possible combinations in the order of voice entries in the exposition. This system of... see more

Musical intervals are created inside a circle using lines or geomtric shapes. Another way to look at intervals.