www.blanksheetmusic.net—Free printable staff paper. Print blank staff paper or select desired clefs, time and key signatures. Also prints TAB for guitar.
www.cpdl.org (Choral Public Domain Library)—One of the world's largest databases of free downloadable choral music. Also useful for finding texts, translations, and information about composers.
www.danmansmusic.com/links/—An extensive list of helpful music links to instrumental and sheet music retailers, software and midi resources, lyrics, music education resources, university music departments, and more.
www.distance-education.org/Degrees/Music-Education---History-Resources-for-Teachers-A598.html—Scroll to the bottom of the page for a comprehensive list of music education resources, including sample lesson plans and activities, music history, music theory, and more.
www.imslp.org (International Music Score Library Project)—A database of free downloadable music scores. In many cases includes instrumental parts for many pieces/works not available at www.cpdl.org (i.e. Handel's Messiah). Also includes forums for contributors and users to ask questions and discuss a variety of topics.
www.ipasource.com—Mostly focuses on operatic and art song repertoire, but does include IPA, vowel and consonant charts, and English "equivalents" for Latin, Italian, German, and French, as well as translation and transcription help (under the "Extras" tab). Also includes links and information for other IPA resources, such as dictionaries, recordings, CD-ROM, etc. See IPA resources in the Recommended Reading section of this website, as well.
www.lds.org/cm—The music portion of the official website of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Includes many resources, including an interactive music player (allows you to view, listen to, transpose, and print hymns and children's songs), downloadable MP3 files of hymns and songs (including accompaniments for when no pianists or organists are available), guidelines from the Church Handbook of Instructions for music in church meetings and those serving in music callings, quotes from Church leaders about music, and music training and teaching materials (an interactive conducting course that teaches the basic conducting patterns, tips on accompanying, tips on teaching songs to children, tips on adding variety to singing, a list of helpful musical terms and symbols; available for purchase: a conducting course kit, keyboard course kit, music training video, accompaniments on CD, and much more).
www.legalmatch.com/music-law-basics.html/—Music law basics, including information on copyright, publishing, business laws, helpful links, and recommended reading.
www.mollard.com—Handcrafted, hardwood batons known for being both extremely lightweight and perfectly balanced. Wide variety of styles, lengths, and finishes.
www.musicawareness.com—Music theory learning tools, including tutorials, ear-training, interactive examples, recommended reading, and helpful links.
www.musictheory.net—Ricci Adams' comprehensive online interactive music training.Includes lessons in music theory and analysis, a wide range of exercises (including ear training), calculators (accidentals, chords, intervals, analysis, twelve-tone matrix), free downloadable staff paper, and more.
http://www.newlandbatons.com/index.html—Handcrafted, perfectly balanced batons. Choose from pre-made batons, or design your own by selecting your choice of handle, wood, length, and shaft.
www.thepracticeroom.net—Free online sightreading practice.Includes rhythmic reading, sightsinging, and sightsinging in harmony.
www.rejoicmusic.net—Features lightly used church choir music, choral sheet music octavos, choir anthems, cantatas and musicals, songbooks, accompaniment tapes, sacred Christian music, contemporary, praise and worship, Southern gospel, children's, liturgical and wedding, organ and piano music, and much more. Excellent prices, prompt shipping.
http://www.thesingerlink.com/—Online choral community for singers and choral conductors to connect. Music news and stories, easy access to music products, singing and conducting tips and information, concert and tour information, ability to view and post photos and videos of concerts, people, etc., special offers on products and services, ability to search and connect with others.
www.vocalist.org—A site geared towards classical singers and singing teachers, covering a wide range of topics, including auditions, fach, repertoire, career-building, vocal warm-ups, and other singing tips.
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