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  • Columbus International Children's Choir
    The 2005-2006 season marks the Columbus International Children's Choir's seventh year of choral performance. Every year the choir gives 4-6 concerts for the Central Ohio community and takes concert tours around the United States and abroad.

  • Fun-filled Infant and Toddler Family Music Program!
    At Music To My Ears, LLC of Hillsborough NJ we feature the Kids' MusicRound fun-filled family music program designed specifically for infants and children to age four. It is during these formative years that your child's inate music potential is actively developing. We help bring our your child's natural curiosity about music in a playful and encouraging environment.

  • Guitar Lessons, Piano Lessons, NYC, New York City
    Guitar, piano, voice, violin and more. Lessons in your home from top teachers. All ages, levels and styles. Serving NYC, Brooklyn, Queens and Nassau County, Long Island.

  • Harmonic Vision
    Harmonic Vision is the leading developer and publisher of music education software for the home, school and studio. Our award-winning software products introduce beginning and intermediate students of all ages to the joys of music.

  • Piano Press
    Piano Press produces fun and interesting materials for music teachers and students. Lessons are offered in piano, keyboard, music theory, voice, computer music, and music history.

  • The Mayfield String Quartet
    The Mayfield String Quartet is a quartet for hire. Additionally, we teach private lessons to students of all ages on violin, viola, and cello

  • Piano is Easy for Kids
    Fun method for kids. Put the numbered stickers on your piano and you're ready to play. Children learn sheet music with our free book and video. Piano kids score higher in math!

  • Alfred's Fun Zone
    Welcome to Alfred's Fun Zone! Try your luck at one of the games below. Learn about different aspects of music while having fun at the same time! Enjoy!

  • Allegro
    Allegro is a Music Education Search Site.

  • AMERICAN MUSIC RESOURCE
    AMR is a multi-dimensional source of reference information about all styles of music indigenous to the Western Hemisphere.

  • American Orff-Schulwerk Association
    The American Orff-Schulwerk Association is a professional organization of music and movement educators dedicated to the creative teaching approach developed by Carl Orff and Gunild Keetman.

  • American School Music
    We're specialists in providing educators with quality sheet music for their developing school bands.

  • Animal Band
    The AnimalBand teaches how to listen actively and to identify the separate parts of a musical composition.

  • Antique Phonograph Gallery
    Photo gallery of just some of the many incredible personal collections of antique phonographs and related items

  • Anybody Can Play
    Free introductory on-line piano lessons for beginner children as young as 3-years-old, plus information about school piano lesson programs, video piano lessons, and teaching the very young beginner.

  • Aural Comprehension Guide
    Music theory has one primary goal--to understand what we hear. Aural Comprehension, or ear training, strives to produce a listener/performer who can perceive sound in meaningful patterns--developing a hearing mind and a thinking ear. This is achieved by the tandem development of two types of activities: listening and performance.

  • BC Music Coalition
    Welcome to BCMusicCoalition.org. Music education advocacy information for parents, educational decision makers, teachers and anyone else interested in finding out more about the value of music.

  • Berkeley Symphony Orchestra - Music Education Program
    The Berkeley Symphony's innovative music education program is like no other program in the country. Education Director Randy Porter, a composer and accomplished improviser, takes small groups of musicians into the schools and works with one class at a time. His challenge: to prepare every student to perform with the orchestra. If students don't already play an instrument, he helps them build one and teaches them simple techniques that will allow them to take part in a performance with the Symphony. Located in California.

  • Blair School of Music , Vanderbilt University
    Blair School of Music serves as the focal point at Vanderbilt for the study of music as a human endeavor and as a performing art. The school contributes to the quality of life at the University through concerts, lectures, and recitals by faculty, students, and visiting artists, scholars, and composers and through course offerings in performance, music literature/history, composition, and theory.

  • Bloomington Symphony Orchestra - Education
    The Bloomington Symphony Orchestra is recognized throughout Indiana for its intensive work with young people. "Meet the Instruments" is our highly praised, hands-on opportunity for children. Included at this site is info for Children's Concert, and Youth Concerto Competition.

  • Blueberry Playsongs UK
    Blueberry Playsongs is where young children learn to have fun with music! Established in 1991, we run weekly music groups in the southwest and west London area. All children are welcome from 9 months to 6 years.

  • BluesGuitarist.Org
    BluesGuitarist.Org offers tons of interactive fun for learning the guitar,like PICK-A-LICK, LEARN-A-SONG, and AUTO-READ.

  • British Song Database
    A cornucopia of information on approximately 6000 song cycles, sets, albums, collections and individual songs, representing a body of song literature from the end of the 16th century to the present. In addition to English songs, there are Irish, Scottish, Welsh, Canadian, Australian, and South African songs.

  • California Mission Music
    If you have RealAudio, you can hear what California Mission Music would have sounded like. You can also order our Mission Music CD, with this song and many other authentic California Mission songs on it.

  • Center for the History of Music Theory and Literature
    The Center for the History of Music Theory and Literature (CHMTL) brings together various activities, publications (both electronic and conventional), and projects centered at the School of Music at Indiana University. In addition to its current activities, CHMTL anticipates expansion with additional full-text databases, a new series of publications, conferences, and occasional fellowships for visiting scholars

  • Chopin Foundation of the United States, Inc.
    The Chopin Foundation of the United States is a national non-profit organization dedicated to the support, both financial and professional, of young talented musicians. The preeminent event among the activities of the Chopin Foundation is the quinquennial American National Chopin Piano Competition (ANCPC), which is open to native-born or naturalized American pianists.

  • Clarinet Fingering Guide
    Fingering charts arranged by key using a simpler, purely graphic representation of fingerings.

  • Clarinet Sheet Music
    This site has downloadable music for the clarinet which is not covered by copyright.

  • Classical Music Review
    Reviews of Classical Music by Tony Gualtieri and Michael McDonagh.

  • Colorado Symphony - Education Programs
    The CSO educational programs enhance the music education of more than 75,000 students each year through youth concerts at Boettcher Concert Hall, in-school performances by CSO ensembles, CSO musicians that serve as Master Mentors to middle and high school band and orchestra students. Located in Colorado.

  • Concord Orchestra Young Artist Competition
    The Concord Orchestra Competition is open to individuals of high school age or younger who reside in Eastern Massachusetts. All orchestral instruments are considered, including piano, and each entrant auditions to play an entire concerto or similar work suitable for performance with orchestra accompaniment. The winner is chosen by a panel of orchestra members and the music director.

  • Dallas Symphony Orchestra - Kids
    The Dallas Symphony's magical doorway to a world of muscical fun and learning for students, parents, and teachers. Located in Texas, it includes youth concerts.

  • Detroit Symphony Orchestra - Educaton
    Since its founding, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra has been a leader in music education by bringing thousands of students each year to its annual educational and youth concerts at Orchestra Hall. Today the orchestra offers a variety of educational programs and resources, including the Detroit Symphony Civic and Sinfonia Orchestra, IN A Chord!, free educational concert for nearly 25,000 Detroit and metro-Detroit public school children. Located in Michigan.

  • Early Italian Baroque Library
    Title and contents pages of original scores in HTML, and scores are in GIF files.

  • Early Music FAQ
    According to this site, "The web's largest reference for European Medieval and Renaissance music since 1994."

  • Energy In The Air: Sounds from the Orchestra
    On our site you will find lots of information about how sound is made and what it looks like when it is recorded. There's also a lot of information on the instruments that play in the orchestra and sound clips of the orchestra playing music. We have an activities section where you can see how to make some instruments.

  • Essentials of Music
    Whether you're a casual listener or a serious music student, here's the site for basic information about classical music. Created in cooperation with W.W. Norton & Company, it's built around Essential Classics, the series specially designed to introduce you to the best music of every period.

  • Free On-Line Piano Lessons
    Piano Lessons - for the beginner's level are hands-on, self-paced, interactive, and totally Free! Piano lessons are for both the beginning piano student and the student who wants to review their skills.

  • GAMBA
    Currently, Gamba features 99 collected bibliographic resources pertaining to the viola da gamba including items about instrument care, instrument history, beginning learning methods, and Marin Marais, a turn of the 18th century French composer.

  • Ganaraska Summer Stage
    Here you will find information about GSS training and performance opportunities in musical theater.

  • Gary Ewer's Easy Music Theory
    This online course is FREE, it's EASY, and is designed to give you some rudimentary knowledge of the basic concepts of music. There is no registration, no logging in, no passwords or user names... All you need is an interest in how music works.

  • Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra - Music Education
    The Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra - Music Education web site has links to Music in the Schools, Middle School Concerts, and Springfest 2000. Located in Colorado.

  • Green Bay Symphony Orchestra - Education and Outreach
    Future exciting plans include the development of a Young Artists Concerto Competition, GBSO string ensembles in residency in the schools, and the commissioning of a new composition for our orchestra. Located in Wisconsin.

  • Handel & Hayden Society Education and Community Programs
    The Handel & Haydn Society's Educational Outreach Program is praised by educators, musicians, parents and students for its ability to involve children in music-making in meaningful, enjoyable, and lasting ways. Now in its 14th year, the program offers public school students opportunities to hear and perform classical music, and a sense of the many ways in which music can become a part of our every day lives. Workshops, recitals, and youth concerts are offered to schools at no cost. Located in Massachusetts.

  • Harmony Road Music
    Harmony Road Music Course ... an exciting, comprehensive music program, designed to help children discover the world of music through motivating materials and activities which develop the whole child.

  • Home Music Schooling
    A home schooling curriculum along with elementary lesson material and resources.

  • Hop Pop Town
    This site is designed to help small kids learn about and compose music.

  • Internet Resources For Music Teachers
    Check out all the links available for music educators.

  • Introduction to Reading Music
    Some people think trying to read music is hard and difficult. This set of pages introduces the most important topics in reading music in a very easy to understand way.

  • iTeachGuitar.com
    A resource for classical guitar teaching.

  • Jack's Harmonica Heaven
    Hear yourself playing a recognizable song in only 30 minutes. Stick with it for at least ten hours and you will be a fairly competent harmonica player. These lessons are designed for the ten hole diatonic scale harmonica.

  • Jammin' Kids
    Jammin' Kids music center located in Weston, Florida dedicated to your child's music education

  • Johan Tufvesson's Free Scores
    Here you can find modern editions of a lot of music from the 17:th and 18:th century, many of them not available in any other modern form.

  • Jorge's Conga Drumming Page
    A collection of conga drumming information which might be of interest to aspiring conga drummers.

  • Kids Cabaret
    Kids' Cabaret is a non-profit organization designed to give kids the opportunity to sing, dance, and act in a full length feature musical production

  • Kids N Blues
    Many educators have the opinion that music can be used as a basis for a variety of lesson plans, teaching everything from science to history with musical rhythm and patterns. The Memphis City Schools is bringing this philosophy to life with their Kids N Blues program.

  • Kids U Musikschule
    An arts based preschool program which includes: music, drama, art & dance. Kindermusic, music instruction and summer programs are also offered.

  • Kindermusik Asia
    Music programs, learning and music teaching for young children.

  • Kindermusik with Miss Carla
    Developmentally appropriate music and movement program for children ages newborn through 7.

  • Listen & Write Rap
    BBC Education's site tells you "What is Rap," and helps you to write a Rap.

  • Little House Music
    Childrens Educational Music Program

  • Los Angeles Philharmonic Competitions and Opportunities
    Bronislaw Kaper Awards: This competition identifies exceptional California instrumentalists under the age of 18. Winners receive cash prizes, and some are offered solo appearances with the Philharmonic. Located in Los Angeles, California.

  • Maryland - The Peabody Institute
    Through its constituent divisions, the Preparatory and the Conservatory, the Peabody Institute trains musicians of every age and at every level, from small children to seasoned professionals, from dedicated amateurs to winners of international competitions. It challenges all its students to aspire to their highest potential as artists and human beings. It seeks to promote a respect for music as a discipline of the mind and spirit, a joyful affirmation of life, and a passionate commitment to an ideal. By connecting its students with the great traditions of the past, Peabody gives them the key with which to unlock the future. Located in Maryland.

  • Massachusetts - New England Conservatory of Music
    New England Conservatory of Music includes graduate, undergraduate, preparatory, and continuing education divisions offering instruction in classical music, jazz, and contemporary improvisation. Located in Massachusetts.

  • Medieval Music & Arts Foundation
    The Medieval Music & Arts Foundation is a non-profit public benefit corporation organized in order to nourish understanding of medieval music and related subjects.

  • Melody
    This site defines the concept of Melody as it pertains to Classical Music.

  • Mike Fitz' website - Harpsichord Builders Resources
    This site has listing for sources of plan drawings for early keyboards, Harpsichord Design Bibliography, and the Harpsichord Hub, which has lots of links to Harpsichord info.

  • Mini Maestro
    A new educational multimedia series designed for toddlers and pre-schoolers which focuses on educational concepts and develops music appreciation.

  • Mississippi Symphony - Camps, Competitions & Festivals
    The Mississippi Symphony - Camps, Competitions & Festivals web site has information about Young Artist Recital Series, Young Artist Concerto Competition, String Fling, All-City Elementary Festival, Premier! string Institution, and Scholarships and String Camp Tuition Grants.

  • Mississippi Symphony - Public School Programs
    The Mississippi Symphony - Public School Programs web site has information about Teaching, Concerts, and "Informances" (Using a lecture/ demonstration format), which are provided to selected public schools.

  • Mr. Note
    Mr. Note is a nice note who only wants to teach children about music. You can share Mr. Note with your students in two different ways...

  • Music at UCC - Web Resources for Study & Research
    UCC's web site with links to information on Music.

  • Music Education at Datadragon
    Learn and hear about different instruments; Learn to read music; Information on Musical Genres; This Day in Music History...

  • Music Education Online
    A K-12 Guide to Music Education designed to aid music educators in connecting with a variety of music education resources located on the Internet as well as providing interactive bulletin boards for posting questions and comments on music.

  • Music for Little Folks
    How to Sing and Dance is a unique research-based Music and Movement Curriculum designed by an educator to help meet the criteria for developmentally appropriate music activites specific to Infants-Preschoolers.

  • Music Genre Sampler
    The genre sampler will take you on a tour of some of the more popular musical genres by first giving a general overview and then by listing well-known musicians and a sound sample.

  • MusickEd
    Study guides and learning tools for all instruments.

  • Music Lesson's TV
    Learn to play your instrument by watching real people demonstrate and give music lessons on playing songs, music theory, technique, songwriting, reading music and more.

  • Music Notes
    Music You Can Read", a music curriculum for elementary music teachers, home schoolers, or persons interested in learning to read music.

  • Music Resources on the Net
    An extensive collection of free music graphics and annotated links to music information, resources, graphics, newsgroups, discussion lists, organizations, publications, and more are at this website.

  • Music Rhapsody
    Music Rhapsody offers music classes and real instruments for babies, toddlers and kids up to 8th grade; summer music camps; music video kits, CDs song books, online schedules and shopping.

  • Music Room
    Musicroom's Education department, the first stop for music educators.

  • MusicStaff.com
    A free service which enables parents, students and musicians to find music teachers, music schools and music lessons anywhere in the United States.

  • Music Together
    Music Together is a music and movement approach to early childhood music development for infant, toddler, preschool, and kindergarten children and their parents, teachers, and other primary caregivers

  • Music Web Projects & Lesson Plans
    Music education lessons.

  • Musikgarten-Music Education
    Musikgarten is a revolutionary early childhood music education company designed to enable teachers to understand how children from birth to age 7 learn music. Musikgarten provides teachers with the tools to help a child grow musically, as well as emotionally, socially and cognitively.

  • National Symphony Orchestra - Opportunities for Young Performers
    The NSO Youth Fellowship Program, an orchestral training program for high school students, is intended for serious music students interested in pursuing orchestral music as a career. Located in Washington, D.C.

  • New School of Music
    New School of Music. We offer private instruction for all orchestral instruments, as well as Piano, Voice, & Guitar in each of our 4 convenient locations serving Georgia and South Carolina.

  • Ohio - Cleveland Institute of Music
    The Cleveland Institute of Music's mission is to provide talented students with a professional, world-class education in the art of music. The Institute ranks among the top-tier music schools across the nation, granting degrees through the Doctoral level. More than 80% of The Institute's alumni perform in major national and international orchestras and opera companies, while others hold prominent teaching positions.

  • Oh Susannah's
    Baltimore-Washington's favorite family entertainer, Susan Berg McNelis, also known as Oh Susannah!

  • Opera Kids
    Lyric soprano and music educator Yvette Lewis has developed this unique, multifaceted program to introduce young audiences to the world of opera.

  • Operbase
    A powerful search tool allows you to search over 50,000 opera performance details by any combination of date, composer, title, location.

  • Pay the Piper
    Free advice and information for children and parents about learning a musical instrument.

  • Philharmonic Orchestra of New Jersey - Family Events
    The Philharmonic Orchestra of New Jersey - Family Events web site includes "Music for Kids Series," where three interactive and enjoyable programs are designed to get children excited about music of all styles.

  • Philharmonic Society of Arlington - Young Artist Competition
    The Philharmonic Society of Arlington sponsors an annual Young Artist Competition for musicians 29 years old and under. Two awards, a $500 Performance Award and a $100 Leonard D. Wood Award, are given. The Performance Award winner appears with the Philharmonic the following concert season. Located in Massachusetts.

  • Piano Education Page
    The Piano Education Page is a one-stop resource for teachers, students, parents of students, and fans of the piano with over 600 pages of free information, upgraded biweekly.

  • Piano For Kids
    Piano For Kids is a fun and easy way to teach children to play piano. Piano For Kids is presented in 3 volumes with over 400 pages of piano lessons designed by world-renowned piano teacher Dan Delaney and over 250 children!

  • Piano on the Net
    This is a free Public Educational Service brought to you by Clinton Clark, The Art Department, and JTM MultiMedia, Inc. Each lesson takes about 35 minutes to complete. However, work slowly and at your own pace. Beginning with Lesson Number 5, this course uses audio, with the Apple QuickTime(TM) plugin, and 4.0 browser enhancements including JavaScript.

  • Plano Symphony Orchestra - Artreach
    The Plano Symphony Orchestra - Artreach web site has links and information to Educational Programs, Public Programs, Youth Competition, and much more. Located in Texas.

  • Playmusic.org
    The American Symphony Orchestra League in partnership with Parsons School of Design, a division of the New School for Social Research, have built this Shockwave-based site that introduces children to symphony orchestras with sounds and images.

  • Play Time Press
    We provide children music of the worlds' greatest composers. Our simplified arrangements can be played by piano students at level I & II.

  • PreKeys
    Teaching Preschool Children Piano

  • Pre-School Music Association
    We promote and foster music among pre-school children.

  • Rainbow Planet
    Rainbow Planet is a children's music and educational entertainment workshop that teaches children to see the value of themselves, family, friendships, and our planet Earth.

  • Rainbow Suite
    Melanie Redman, recording studio facility, kids and adult voice lessons, Santa Cruz County businesses, arts and entertainment.

  • Rap Music
    World Book's site has information about Rap Music, it's African American roots, and a sample music clip.

  • Ray Dretske's Computers in Music Online
    Ray Dretske's"Computers in Music Online" web site adds to your students' educational experience. This new interactive site includes multiple choice, automatically graded testing, tips and musical examples, trivia quizzes, answers to commonly asked questions, a teacher's area, and an Email forum to interact with Ray Dretske.

  • Real computer games to learn music the fun way!
    NO MORE BORING MUSIC THEORY LESSONS: download Happy Note!'s real computer games and start learning music the fun way!

  • RISM Series A/II
    The RISM Series A/II Database contains bibliographic records for music manuscripts written after ca. 1600. Records include information in standard bibliographic categories as well as graphical images of music incipits.

  • Roanoke Symphony - Education
    The Roanoke Symphony - Education web site has In-School Small Ensembles and Orchestra Concerts for your School. Located in Virginia.

  • Rock and Roll
    World Book's site has information about Rock and Roll, it's African American roots, and a sample clip of Rock and Roll.

  • saggi musicali italiani
    This database, initiated and run by Andreas Giger, is designed to extend the Thesaurus Musicarum Latinarum and to continue the endeavor of capturing all texts on music theory and aesthetics in electronic form. saggi musicali italiani focuses first and foremost on the major treatises written in Italian, allowing them to be downloaded, browsed, and searched.

  • Santa Barbara Symphony - Education Programs
    The Santa Barbara Symphony - Education Programs web site has Concerts for Young People, Can You Draw Music?, Music Instruction Workshops, The Santa Barbara Youth Symphony, and Family Concert. Located in California.

  • Santa Rosa Symphony - Musical Outreach
    Many free concerts are offered to schoolchildren throughout the region. Each year over 12,000 young people attend Symphony Youth Concerts at the Luther Burbank Center. Both professional and student musical ensembles also bring music directly into the schools, performing on-site for approximately 3,400 children of all ages. An extensive program of concerts, both for and by music students, encourages an active interest in performing and listening to classical music in our community. Located in California.

  • Seattle Symphony - Education Programs
    The Seattle Symphony - Education Programs web site has The Tiny Tots series which serves our youngest audiences from birth through five years of age and their escorts, Discover Music concerts, which is generally programmed for children ages six through twelve, Symphony on Wheels - a mobile music classroom to introduce children in the third and fourth grade to orchestral instruments, and other programs. Located in Washington.

  • Sharon's "Tiny Hands"Music Tutorials
    Sharon has put together a (growing) set of music worksheets for our children. We attend a music education class with our two oldest, but because of their spurning interest, Sharon needed something to push them along a bit.

  • Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra - Youth & Educational Opportunities
    The SSO is proud to continue offering educational opportunities for our community's youth. Each special event is tailored to enhance and advance the budding talent of young musicians. Located in Wisconsin.

  • Sing a Song of Nature
    Original Music which inspires, educates about the environment, and entertains!

  • Sixteenth-Century Printed Tablatures for the Lute, Guitar, and Vihuela
    This database contains information about printed tablatures for plucked-string instruments from 1500-1599. It is primarily concerned with bibliographical information relating to lute, vihuela, and guitar tablatures; it also contains information on four lesser-known instruments: the cittern, the bandora, the mandora, and the orpharion.

  • SMT Online Bibliographic Database
    Contains citations to articles and reviews published in all of the major music theory journals, as well as in some non-theory journals that occasionally carry essays on music-theoretical topics.

  • Southeast Iowa Symphony Orchestra - Educational Outreach Programs
    The Southeast Iowa Symphony Orchestra - Educational Outreach Programs web site has information about Youth String Festival, School Tour, and Artist in Resident.

  • Spirituals
    World Book's site has information and a sample clip of Spiritual music.

  • Susan Salidor
    Pre-school music teacher and songwriter offers entertaining site for kids and their parents. If you haven't met Susan yet, she's a Chicago-based singer and songwriter of music for children and their families. Her heartfelt original music has entertained and inspired scores of appreciative listeners around the world, and has earned Susan admiration and numerous awards from critics, educators and her industry peers

  • Symphony
    Article from Brittanica following the history of the Symphony.

  • Symphony Orchestra
    Learn about the basic components of the orchestra. Site includes games and sound clips.

  • Taiko Center of Los Angeles
    We are the Taiko Center of Los Angeles! In order to preserve and pass on the art form of Japanese Drumming, classes and workshops are taught at various locations in the community. We also perform throughout Southern California playing traditional and new works, often experimenting with intercultural musical fusions.

  • Teachable Tunes
    Original songs written and performed by Nancy Bennett for preschool and elementary aged children.

  • TeachList.com
    Large international database of music teachers - over 7,600 listings. For all instruments, locations, ages, styles and skill levels.

  • The Augusta Symphony - Education
    The Augusta Symphony - Education web site has information and links for "A Musical Time Machine" - Children's Lecture/Demonstration, and "The Science of Sound" - Children's Lecture/Demonstration. Located in Georgia.

  • The Choral Public Domain Library
    An Archive of Free Choral Music.

  • The Classical Source
    This site has Classical Links, Classical Banners, Member Pages, Archives, and so much more.

  • The Cleveland Orchestra - Education
    The Cleveland Orchestra web site has Classroom resources, campus club, Youth/kid, and perfomance training. Located in Ohio.

  • The Delta Blues Education Program
    The DBEP provides a consistent venue for mentorship and furthermore, instruments to practice on. The program is the first in the state of Mississippi, and in the country, to offer performance-based Blues instruction for children.

  • The Gustav Mahler Library
    This is the online site of the Gustav Mahler Library, a unique resource center for music professionnals and students, located in the heart of Paris.

  • The L.A. Salsa Kids
    The L.A. Salsa Kids, a non-profit organization, was founded by Tomas Montero in the summer of 1996 with the purpose of not only exposing kids to the different communities, culture and heritage through dance, but also to build a positive body image and self esteem, to increase strength, flexibility and agility, to encourage socialization amongst our youth in a positive and co-ed environment, and to develop a deep appreciation of one's culture.

  • The Music Class early childhood music education programs.
    Early childhood music classes. CDs, tapes, songbooks, instruments. Now available in over 30 cities, 5 countries, and growing.

  • THE OPERA SCHEDULE SERVER
    This service allows you to find out what operas are being scheduled throughout the world. You can search the database by city, artist, title or composer.

  • The Phoenix Symphony - Education & Outreach
    Every year The Phoenix Symphony reaches more than 60,000 children, students and families. These unique educational programs, created for the youth of Arizona, build an appreciation for music and the arts. By taking music into the classrooms, bringing students to the concert hall and providing some youngsters with a once-in-a-lifetime experience with music, The Phoenix Symphony continues to introduce students to symphonic music. Located in Arizona.

  • The Wighton Database
    The Database contains over 1000 records describing Dundee's Wighton Collection one of the world's finest repositories of Scottish music.

  • Thomas Hampson - I Hear America Singing
    In I HEAR AMERICA SINGING, we bring you the exciting story of American concert song and its cultural contexts. With Thomas Hampson as your host and guide, we invite you to embark on a multimedia journey to listen to what our great poet Walt Whitman called "our varied carols" and to learn about the composers, poets, writers, artists, ideas, and events that have shaped the American song saga.

  • Traditional Instruments And Dances
    Click on music, instruments, and dances from various Asian cultures that you want to visit, on a map.

  • Trouble with Treble
    For Kids, if you're into music, take a journey with me, and learn about how music is written.

  • Trouble with Treble
    If you're into music, you're going to love learning about me! Take a journey with me, and learn about how music is written. It's music to my ears!

  • Tucson Symphony Orchestra - Kids
    The Tucson Symphony has been offering children's concerts and music education programs in Tucson and surrounding communities since 1988. Today, the TSO reaches over 40,000 people of all ages in more than 200 annual public education concerts and programs. Located in Arizona.

  • Western Music - A Short History
    This site traces the history of Classical music.

  • Wisconsin Conservatory of Music
    Founded in 1899, the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music is the oldest and largest non-profit community school of music in Wisconsin and is dedicated to providing the finest music education and performance opportunities to the aspiring professional performer as well as to children and adults who simply want to enjoy making music. Located in Wisconsin.

  • Zamir: The Jewish Choral Music Database
    This database can be sorted by Composer, Title, Lyrics, Nationality, Recording, Publisher, or Year.


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