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Music Resources for YOU!

Music Education, Enjoyment and Participation Webliography

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Artsedge Music Lesson Plans

Creating Music

Classical Music

ClassicalNet Links

ClassicalNet Composer Master Index

Classical Music Navigator

Continental Harmony Sound Lounge

Dismuke's Virtual Talking Machine

Dotcom Studio

Early Recorded Sounds

The Lester S. Levy Collection of Sheet Music

Electric Guitars

Essentials of Music

Experience Music Project

Guitar Chords

Music Links for Kids

Music Museum

Music Notes Thinkquest

Musical Instrument Encyclopedia

Music Lessons Guitar, Bass, Drums, Keyboards

Musical Timeline


Piano on the Net

Classical Music Archives


Harmony Central

History of Jazz

I Can Dance if I want to!

Instrument Encyclopedia

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 Music Education Community

Opera America


Additional Music Related Links


Theater - Musicals - Broadway
Complements of
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.

Broadway - POA - Outside 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.

Broadway on the StreetPlaybill®
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 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.

Tony Awards®
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.

Broadway Overhead Street ViewTheater Talk
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 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 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.

Footlight Notes
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
Gilbert & Sullivan Archive
Thank heaven for this site! The full text of all the works, extensive midi files for the major melodies, and a library's worth of related resources. You'll find a comprehensive discography, G&S links galore, info on over 3,000 G&S performers – a researcher's treasure trove! [alt link]

The Pierpont Morgan Library
This library, in New York City, has the most extensive and important G&S archive in the world, including the original manuscripts for most of the scores and thousands of other relevant items and documents. They even have the colored blocks Gilbert used to plan his stagings. The Library periodically presents G&S exhibitions and related events, and their website includes access to their collection catalog.



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 resources and links to bands, events, broadcasts, chats, news, services.

Bluegrass & Oldtime Music Association of NJ
Association was founded and incorporated in 1978.  It held its first Jam & Stage Show on March 19th of that year. Purposes were then, and remain now, to: Preserve and perpetuate the American Heritage of Bluegrass & Oldtime music Promote the coming together of individuals and groups of all ages, both amateur and professional, who are interested in playing Bluegrass and/or Oldtime music on acoustic instruments, either formally (on-stage), or informally (in open jam sessions);  Offer workshops for the encouragement of and assistance to those members who may wish to improve their proficiency as performers;  Raise funds to publicize Bluegrass and Old-time Music.  The association is a non-profit, non-political, non-sectarian organization.

Albert Music Hall
The New Jersey Pinelands Cultural & Historical Preservation Society presents Live Music Every Saturday Night at the Albert Music Hall in Waretown, NJ -- Bring the whole family for an evening of live country, bluegrass, and pinelands music each Saturday night at 7:30 pm. until 11:30 pm.  Doors open at 6:30 pm.  See web site for more information, including schedule of performers and directions.

Philadelphia Folksong Society
Sponsors the Annual Philadelphia Folk Festival. The Philadelphia Folksong Society, founded in 1957,  is a not for profit educational organization dedicated to the encouragement, dissemination, enjoyment of folk music and related expressions of folklore, the sponsoring of research, education, therapeutic programs and related publications. Site offers folk resources and support, festival information, regular concerts and events, development programs and more.

Information and links about artists, profiles, recordings, charts, festivals and concerts, news.

Alison Krauss and Union Station
Official web site of the multi-Grammy winning bluegrass group.  Additional links to other organizations and resources.

Grand Ole Opry
Official web site of country music's Grand Ole Opry.  History, museum, news, artists, events, videos and links to other resources.

Country Music Association
Main trade and promotion organization for country music.  Information and links to various resources related to the country music industry.  CMA web sites include:,, and

Sing Out! Magazine
Sing Out!'s mission is to preserve and support the cultural diversity and heritage of all traditional and contemporary folk music, and to encourage making folk music a part of our everyday lives.  It is a tax-exempt, not-for-profit, educational organization.

Folk Alliance
The North American Folk Music and Dance Alliance exists to foster and promote traditional, contemporary, and multicultural folk music and dance, and related performing arts in North America. The Folk Alliance seeks to strengthen and advance organizational and individual initiatives in folk music and dance through education, networking, advocacy, and professional and field development. Folk Alliance is the service association for the field, and works on behalf of the folk music and dance industry year round.

The Americana Music Association
The mission of the AMA is to provide a forum for the advocacy of Americana music and to promote public awareness of the genre to support the creative and economic viability of the professionals within this field.

The Blues Foundation / Blues Music Association
The Blues Foundation is a nonprofit corporation headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee, the home of the Blues. With more than 100 affiliated Blues organizations, and membership spanning some twenty countries, the Foundation serves as the hub for the worldwide passion for Blues Music.  Organized and founded in 1980, The Blues Foundation's mission is to preserve Blues history, celebrate Blues excellence and support Blues education.  It's sister organization, the Blues Music Association, is a trade association charged with the promotion of blues music.

American Folklife Center
Library of Congress collections of folklife in America, from native American Indian song and dance to English ballads, songs of the south, cowboys, mining, workers, etc. from past and present.  Over 4,000 collections from all 50 United States and it's territories.



Vocal Groups, Quartets, Barbershop, A Cappella, Doo-Wap, R&B


Mixed Harmony Barbershop Quartet Association
    An informal association of "active" mixed quartets for sharing information and resources.
Barbershop Harmony Society
    Formerly the SPEBSQSA - The Society for the Preservation & Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America.  This site has many resources including music libraries, free & easy sheet music, etc.
Sweet Adelines International
    A worldwide organization of women singers committed to advancing the musical art form of barbershop harmony through education and performance.
Harmony, Inc.
    International organization of women barbershop singers.


    Contemporary A Cappella Society of America.
A Cappella Pops
    A mixed-voice chorus in the Philadelphia area that sings exciting and unique arrangements of progressive music - mixing the sounds and styles of barbershop, jazz, folk, Broadway and gospel.
World A Cappella Association
    One of the goals of WAA is to see a cappella music receive recognition in its various styles by NARAS®, the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences®, as a unique art form worthy of an award category presented at the annual GRAMMY® Awards.

    Also known as "Primarily A Cappella", this site is dedicated to the discovery, dissemination and celebration of the best vocal music from around the world.


National Association for Music Education (MENC)
    An international organization of music educators.
American Choral Directors Association
    A nonprofit music-education organization whose purpose is to promote excellence in choral music via performance, composition, publication, research, and teaching.
National Organization Of Teachers Of Singing
    A nonprofit organization dedicated to encouraging the highest standards of singing through excellence in teaching and the promotion of vocal education.
Society Of Singers
    Established in 1984 by Ginny Mancini, widow of famed composer Henry Mancini, is a non-profit that provides relief to professional singers.
Singing News
    America's oldest and largest Southern Gospel Music Magazine.
Gospel Highway
    Dedicated to African-American Gospel Music.
Chorus America
    Chorus America, an organization of professional choruses in the United States.
    ChoralNet is a mailing list for choral directors and interested others.
American Choral Directors Association
    ACDA is nonprofit music-education organization whose purpose is to promote excellence in choral music via performance, composition, publication, research, and teaching.
Associated Male Choruses Of America
    AMCA is an international (USA/Canada) organization of community based male choruses.
    Chanticleer is a male vocal ensemble that performs a diverse and innovative repertoire, reaching audiences worldwide through live concerts, electronic media, and education.


Destination Doo Wap Radio Network
Doo Wap Preservation League
    Preservation of 50's and 60's style architecture in Wildwood, NJ.
Doo-Wap Society of Southern California
    The purpose of this site is to provide information about the rhythm & blues vocal groups of the 1930's, '40s and '50s and their recordings.

United In Group Harmony Association (UGHA)
The United in Group Harmony Association was formed in 1976 by it's founder and president, Ronnie Italiano. UGHA is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization that is truly dedicated to the preservation, exposure and education of authentic vocal group harmony music (R&B, Pop, Spiritual, Jazz Vocal and Acappella).   UGHA provides the opportunity to see the groups and hear the music that is seldom or never heard on commercial radio.  UGHA has grown to over 2,000 members worldwide and has responsible for the revival of many of those groups groups, numbering over 1,000.  It is centered in East Rutherford, NJ and hosts regulars shows in that area.

Vintage vocal group harmony web site
Provides information about the R&B groups of the '30's, '40's and '50's.  (Alternate link).

DoveSong.Com is a public educational service dedicated to providing information about the great music traditions of the world... classical and folk music that touches the spirit.




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
The University of Colorado at Boulder Music Library has a large sheet music collection with approximately 150,000 items including examples from the late 18th through the 20th centuries. This web site provides access to digital versions of some of the categories of sheet music within their physical collections, a new avenue to this interesting genre. The sheet music digitized and presented here was originally published between 1890 and 1922.  (Part of the Sheet Music Consortium.)

Sheet Music Collections
List of links to collections of digital Sheet Music on the web.

Sheet Music Digital
Digital Sheet Music for purchase and download.

Barbershop Harmony Society
Formerly the SPEBSQSA - The Society for the Preservation & Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America.  This site has many resources including music libraries, free & easy sheet music, etc.
Digital Sheet Music for purchase and download.  See also their links page for their extensive list of Free Sheet Music Sites and Directories, Sheet Music Stores and General Music Directories.

Music For A Nation: American Sheet Music
Part of the Library of Congress, it contains more than 62,500 pieces of historical sheet music registered for copyright: more than 15,000 registered during the years 1820-1860 and more than 47,000 registered during the years 1870-1885. Included are popular songs, operatic arias, piano music, sacred and secular choral music, solo instrumental music, method books and instructional materials, and music for band and orchestra. The collection documents the attitudes and tastes of a bygone era with music of many varieties and sources, all of it published in the United States.

Parlor Songs
Over 1,200 songs from the 19th and 20th century, with over 120 articles published to date in digital form. Parlor Songs is dedicated to the acquisition and rescue of the historic musical manuscripts that are a part of the popular music scene in America. We believe that our collection of 19th and 20th century music represents a unique grouping of manuscripts that will be lost to our culture and future if not saved through physical and digital preservation.

Historic American Sheet Music
The Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library at Duke University holds a significant collection of 19th and early 20th century American sheet music. The Historic American Sheet Music Project provides access to digital images of 3042 pieces from the collection, published in the United States between 1850 and 1920.




Misc. Music

Music Theory
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
Eric's Treasure Trove of Music - Chords, Notes, Intervals, Musical Instruments, Musical Notation, Scales and Modes, Time Signatures. (Also, Astronomy, Chemistry, Physics, Scientific Biography)

Medieval Music Glossary
Part of the Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies.

Online Music Theory Resources
Online resources provided by the Indiana University Department of Music Theory.  See also their "Rhythm and Music in Tonal Music" section as well as their Links page for additional professional and scholastic organizations and publications.

Music Charts - Worldwide
Largest collection of Top 10; Top 20; Top 40; Top 100 - Singles & Albums - Charts on the Net. Including Radio Charts, Online Charts, Personal Charts, DJ's Charts and a large selection of other charts. Updated weekly.

Internet Underground Music Archives
Independent artist promotion site.  Bands, Charts, MP3's, Radio stations, all genre's.

The Ultimate Band List
Every Record Group, Recording Studio, and Record Store on the Internet.

Austin City Limits
Austin City Limits, a PBS concert series, presents the best of America's music from country, blues and folk to rock 'n' roll, bluegrass and zydeco.  Features broadcast dates, short video clips and artist interview transcripts.

Eb+Flo Online contains music hand picked from a community of artists, producers, musicians, and songwriters. These guys know their music and want to share their rare finds and favorite albums with you. The selection at Eb+Flo is small and eclectic, and you can be sure every album here contains music with substance and artistic integrity. New and unique albums are being added constantly, so bookmark Eb+Flo Online and check back often. If it’s on this site, you need to hear it.

Metropolitan Opera
Official web site of the Metropolitan Opera (of New York city).   Make sure you check out their History Database (click on Met History in "The Metropolitan Opera" main page).

Operabase has documented operatic activity worldwide since 1996, with over 190,000 performances on file.  It records the work of artists in over 600 theatres, and publishes season information to opera-goers in 7 languages.  The majority of Operabase's information is provided free of charge to the public, containing access to the current and announced future seasons of each opera house. 

Piano Tuning
Piano tuning publications (including eBooks) resources, including tools, parts, equipment and supplies for purchase form Affleck Piano Tuning.

Patco Resources, Inc.
One of the companies that can help determine and verify whether a musical work is copyrighted or in the public domain and for securing the rights to use that work, including productions, advertisements, parodies and licensing rights for merchandising.
See additional music resources at Realty Reality.




Music Festivals In and Around New Jersey

Here are links to information about various major music festivals happening annually in and around New Jersey:

Bluegrass Festivals
Delaware Valley Bluegrass Festival, NJ
Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival, PA

Blues Festivals
Lehigh Valley Blues and Jazz Festival, PA
Briggsfarm Blues Festival, PA
The Philadelphia Blues Fest, PA
Chesapeake Bay Blues Festival, MD

Folk Festivals
Apple Farm Arts & Music Festival, NJ
Bethlehem Musikfest, PA
Bridgeton Folk Festival, NJ
Clearwater Hudson River Revival, NY
Cook Forrest Folk Gathering, PA
Falcon Ridge Folk Festival, NY
Greenwood Furnace Folk Gathering, PA
Knowlton Riverfest, NJ
Mayfair Festival of the Arts, PA
Monmouth County Clearwater Festival, NJ
New Jersey Folk Festival, NJ
Philadelphia Folk Festival, PA
Smithsonian Folklife Festival, DC
Spring Gulch Folk Festival, PA



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