Music Sites - Take your pick

The MusicLand is a brilliant new UK site. Specific help for GCSE music, expert help and advice, A-Level and Key stage 3 resources, online Aural tests, and teachers resources - plus some stuff just for fun! We like this one - well done Gavin - a great site!

More schools are creating good web sites and from time to time we will be featuring them. Louise Needham asked us to link to her site. Take a look at the John Spendluffe Music Department Website - tell us what your school websites are like and we will promote your site on our front page.

Big Ears is an interval driller. It plays a random interval and then allows you to guess which interval was played. Requires a Java compatible browser and a soundcard in your PC. Brilliant site!

Musical encyclopaedia online - look up all the musical terms you want info on. What is a 5th Harmonic anyway?

How musical sounds are created - if your have real player you can hear all of the sounds of the instruments in the orchestra. Did you know that Mozart liked to play billiards while composing music? Nope - me neither.

Learning to read music - Help with clefs, timing, notations etc.

The all music guide - many styles of music - see who influenced who, rock, country, jazz, blues, world, folk, bluegrass, rap, reggae, vocal, gospel, easy listening, new age.

Worldwide Internet Music Resources - This music resource list is offered as a service of the William and Gayle Cook Music Library, Indiana University.

Musical theory - comprehensive site.

Learn and hear different instruments, introduction to reading music, musical genres (types of music like jazz, funk, etc)

Find song lyrics - search by Artist, album or song title.

Whats the score? - Look through over 65,000 music scores online - available in French, Italian and German.

Learn musical notation online in Mr Notes Gameland - you can play 'hang the music teacher' (hangman really but very nicely done) and test your music notation skills at the same time. Note site can be unreliable so you may have to try a few times before you get through.

Quick revision - Play music Games/Quizzes - lots of revision fun

Need an interactive music lesson online ? - revise away!

Music from around the world - hear the musical styles of other countries

Play the piano using your mouse or your computer's keyboard. As you play the piano, you'll see the wave forms as well as hear them. The piano can also play a song for you, while you watch.

Learn Piano on the Net - from starter to advanced.

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