Music Organizations & Resources

Here are some links to music organizations and other resources. Please keep in mind that we don't endorse any of these sites. All content and statements made on these sites are the responsibility of that site. Each of these pages will open in a new window.

All American Music Festival of Orlando

America's Greatest 20th Century Music - Explore the stories behind 100 American songs voted the most important of the century. Listen to National Public Radio features about many of them using RealAudio.

American Music Conference - Promoting the benefits of music, music-making, and music education.

AMG All Music Guide - Encyclopedic database of music. Includes artist biographies, album reviews, and fully cross-referenced discographies that allow the user to browse from artist to artist.

Music for All

Charlie Horse Music Pizza - Meet a skateboarding orangutan, a raccoon named Fingers, Shari Lewis, Charlie Horse and all their friends, and learn music appreciation through a matching game and other activities with this companion site to the new PBS children's series.

Essentials of Music - Renowned classical composers and their music are brought to life and six main eras of music history are explained. There's also a glossary of music terms.

Jazz at Lincoln Center

KIDiddles - Sing along with lyrics to hundreds of kids' songs in the Musical Museum, read a Trunk O'Tales, or play some games with Loopity Lee.

Music Notes - This great ThinkQuest site has tons of info on musical theory, history, styles, jobs, and more! It even has some cool games to try out.

Music of Sound - Trace music's roots in nature, ancient history, and during Mozart's time.

Music Room - Read up on music history and listen to music samples from different periods. Includes a glossary of musical terminology, as well as information on composers, instruments, and more.

Percussive Arts Society

Technology Institute for Music Educators - The Technology Institute for Music Educators (TIME) is a non-profit corporation registered in the State of Pennsylvania whose mission is to assist music educators in applying technology to improve teaching and learning in music.

The Classical Music Pages - Offers information on musicians, musical terms, forms, concepts, and epochs.

This Day in Music History - Birthdays of composers and musicians, show openings, and what was hot on the charts provided by the Garden State Pops Youth Orchestra.

The Music Education Madness Site - "Teaching the Wonders of Music and Surviving It with a Smile On Your Face"

The Music Room - The Museum's music collections contain more than 5,000 instruments of American and European heritage. These include a quartet of 18th-century Stradivari stringed instruments, Tito Puente's autographed timbales, and the Yellow Cloud guitar that belonged to Prince, to name only a few. Several of these rare instruments can be heard in performances of the Smithsonian Chamber Players and in other public programs.

The National Association for Music Education

Voice123.com - We match your request with our database of talents right away.

Worldwide Internet Music Resources - Find information, databases, links to musicians, composers, songwriters, journals, music research, and commercial world of music industry. Organized by topic by librarians at the Indiana University Music Library.

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