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Music Education, Enjoyment and Participation Webliography
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Artsedge Music Lesson Plans
ClassicalNet Composer Master Index
Classical Music Navigator
Continental Harmony Sound Lounge
Dismuke's Virtual Talking Machine
Early Recorded Sounds
The Lester S. Levy Collection of Sheet Music
Essentials of Music
Experience Music Project
Music Links for Kids
Music Notes Thinkquest
Musical Instrument Encyclopedia
Music Lessons Guitar, Bass, Drums, Keyboards
Piano on the Net
Classical Music Archives
History of Jazz
I Can Dance if I want to!
Instruments of the Orchestra
K-12 Resources for Music Educators
Lesson Tutor: Music & Music History
Music Education at DataDragon
The National Association for Music Education (MENC)
The College Music Society
Music Composition Lesson Plans
San Francisco Symphony Kids Site
Sibelius (Music composition software)
Sing Along Songs
Shockwave Music Makers (Elem.)
Songs for Teaching
Technology Institute for Music Educators
MusicResults.com: Music Education Community
Additional Music Related Links
Theater - Musicals - Broadway
This extremely comprehensive site provides information on many aspects of musical theater: from the history of stage and film musicals to reviews and essays on current and past productions; from profiles of New York City venues that have housed musicals to an encouraging guide explaining how to put on your own show! Also find several indexes on unique topics, like "Musicals Who's Who," which has bios of more than 400 individuals, and a Special Features section with in-depth information important figures and topics in the world of musical theater.
TheatreHistory.com: American Theatre: Musicals
Learn about some of the most important musicals ever written here. Start with the introduction to musical theater history, which is followed links to musicals from "Annie Get Your Gun" through to "The Wizard of Oz." complete with information about the historical relevance of the show.
Talkin' Broadway: Broadway 101
Broadway 101 explores the history of the theater one decade at a time. Beginning with the period before 1900, the site currently covers the years up until 1950, but further installments are on the way. Also included on the page is a photo gallery that contains images and prints dating from 1650 to 1905, which provides a visual history of Broadway, the street.
On Musicals.Net find details about more than 50 different musical productions. Each profile has its own page that may include links to such items as lyrics, a discussion forum, plot synopsis, song list, and more.
Library of Congress: American Variety Stage: Vaudeville and Popular Entertainment 1870-1920
This multimedia anthology contains items from the vast holdings of the Library of Congress. The collection focuses on forms of popular entertainment -- notably vaudeville -- that flourished in the U.S. from 1870 to 1920. The enormous catalogue of items include: 334 scripts in English and Yiddish, 146 theater playbills and programs, 61 motion pictures, 10 sound recordings, 143 photographs, and other memorabilia.
The online version of this comprehensive theater magazine offers everything from Broadway theater seating charts to articles on the history of the musical and trivia quizzes. Also, read news about your favorite Broadway stars, find out how to buy tickets online, and get box-office grosses and attendance figures for every show on Broadway.
THE NEW YORK TIMES: Theater
The online theater section of the venerable paper contains a wealth of information on events happening in the New York City theater world. From reviews of debut shows to statistics on the top-grossing Broadway performances, this site is an efficient and comprehensive resource.
Internet Broadway Database
The Internet Broadway Database (IBDB) is a vast storehouse of Broadway theater information. The archive provides records of productions from the beginning of New York theater until today. It includes information concerning the people involved in the theater over the years as well as statistics on the number of productions of a particular show, or the history of a certain theater.
The Tony Awards® official site is an excellent source for everything related to the annual awards. From news on current nominations and recent winners to archives of past winners and information on the history of the awards, this site offers access to every kind of Tony-related fact.
The Web site of a weekly television series devoted to Broadway and the American stage that is broadcast on a select number of PBS stations.
Find information on current Broadway shows, theaters, and special theater-related events in New York and in 140 other cities across North America. Live Broadway.com also makes purchasing tickets to Broadway shows in New York easy since it provides links to the homepages for each show.
Learn about theater happenings in many major cities across America at this site. With everything from reviews to details about ticket discounts and shows for kids, these pages have a wealth of helpful information.
Broadway World.com gives fans the opportunity to participate in the Broadway theater scene by posting photos of their favorite actors and actresses as well as by communicating with each other about shows and theater-related experiences all via chatrooms. The site features everything from contests and quizzes to review and photo galleries.
The Rodgers & Hammerstein Organization
The Rodgers & Hammerstein Organization administers and promotes copyrights for stage productions, orchestral and vocal performances, and for music publishing. This official site for the Organization allows its visitors to search via writer, song, or show title, for information about the individuals represented.
George and Ira Gershwin: The Official Web Site
The George and Ira Gershwin Official Web Site allows its visitor access to extensive information about these famous composing brothers. The site features information about the brothers' history, including a timeline of important events in their lives, as well as an anthology of films and shows with which they were involved, and information about upcoming relevant events.
Cole Wide Web: The Cole Porter Resource Site
This site connects Cole Porter fans with information about everything from licensing Mr. Porters' songs to meeting other fans to purchasing sheet music, lyic books, and CD's. For those looking to familiarize themselves with Porter's work, the site provides a short biography of Porters tumultuous life.
Really Useful Group
This site provides access to everything one might need to know about the shows, the films and the music of Andrew Lloyd Webber. Here visitors can buy tickets to shows, apply to put on their own shows using Webber's material, and purchase merchandize related to Webbers' work.
This site covers English theatre, variety, music hall, vaudeville, musical comedy, ballet, revue, circus, and other popular entertainment from the 1850's through the 1920's.
Gilbert and Sullivan
The Pierpont Morgan Library
Americana, Folk, Blues, Bluegrass, Country
International Bluegrass Music Association
IBMA: Working together for high standards of professionalism, a greater appreciation for our music, and the success of the worldwide bluegrass community. Resources, links, artists. See their Discover Bluegrass section.
Bluegrass & Oldtime Music Association of NJ
Albert Music Hall
Philadelphia Folksong Society
Alison Krauss and Union Station
Grand Ole Opry
Country Music Association
Sing Out! Magazine
The Americana Music Association
The Blues Foundation / Blues Music Association
American Folklife Center
Vocal Groups, Quartets, Barbershop, A Cappella, Doo-Wap, R&B
GENERAL MUSIC AND CHORAL RELATED
DIGITIZED SHEET MUSIC
Sheet Music Consortium
The Sheet Music Consortium is a group of libraries working toward the goal of building an open collection of digitized sheet music.
UCB Digital Sheet Music
Barbershop Harmony Society
Music Theory, modes, chords, and contemporary harmony. In addition there are dozens of midi files, Music Calculators and a interactive online index of all the popularly used scales in western harmony. There is a History of Jazz Bass in America section where you can view articles about influential Bass players like Jimmy Blanton, Oscar Pettiford and Charles Mingus. Recent additions nclude the Virtual Piano and The Virtual Fake Books.
Ricci Adams' music theory site. Brush up on your musical knowledge and test you musical skills. (Note: Also contains a downloadable copy of content you can save and then view locally on your personal computer.)
SCALCULATOR: Online Mode, Scale and Arpeggio Calculator
Includes: ...Scale (C, G, D, A, E, B etc.), Mode( Dorian, Phyrgian, Lydian, Locrian, Harmonic Minor, Blues Scale, Altered, Bebop Dominant, Bebop Half-Diminished, Blues II, Diminished, Dorian Sharp 4th, Egyptian, Eskimo Hexatonic 1, Ethiopian. etc.), Harmonize, Arpeggio, Chord (majb5, maj7, min/maj9, add9, maj13, etc.), Instrument Setup, Tuning, Instrument (Piano, Organ, Nylon Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Muted Electric Guitar, Distorted Guitar, etc.), etc..."
Music Dictionary and Encyclopedia
Online Music Theory Resources
Music Charts - Worldwide
Internet Underground Music Archives
The Ultimate Band List
Austin City Limits
Music Festivals In and Around New Jersey
Here are links to information about various major music festivals happening annually in and around New Jersey:
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