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This guide to Internet resources is maintained by: Ken McCoy, Ph.D., Professor of Communication Studies and Theatre Arts at Stetson University.
This cite introduces readers to Classica, Medieval, Renaissance, Elizabethan, and modern theatre.
Hundreds of hymns (played as midi files) with the text of the lyrics.
This interactive websites provides lessons, exercises, and tools useful to teach yourself music theory or to practice what you already know. Excellent resource for those looking ahead to performance majors.
A highly recommended portal withmany links for both teachers and students of music (with band, orchestra, choral, and general sections.)
"A community-built library of public domain sheet music" - site text. Music from the International Music Score Library Project is free and covers numerous languages.
Find sheet music for 23 different instruments, plus arrangements for small groups and voice. Downloading is not required.
Set and listen to a metronome from your computer while you play/sing. Also contains exercises for improving timing.
Learn ascending and descending intervals by matching them to reference songs. (Examples: "Amazing Grace" begins with an ascending perfect 4th while "The Flintstones" starts with a descending perfect 5th)
Explore profiles, music, and timelines for 52 composers covering four musical periods: Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and the 20th century.
View and read about sheet music registered for copyright in America between 1820 and 1885. Provided by the Library of Congress through the American Memory Project. The database "contains more than 62,000 pieces of historical sheet music" (site text.)