Links

Memphis Music Businesses

Allegro Music

Amro Music

Circle Music Center

Lane Music

Resources

Music Teachers Helper

Internet Midi: Internet MIDI is an application for Mac and PC that connects any two MIDI instruments together over the Internet. Imagine playing a piano concert in two places at once or teaching a student who is either across town or across the globe.

Home Concert Extreme: Home Concert Xtreme is an intelligent, interactive environment for learning, practicing, and performing music. Just load your musical score (in the form of a Standard MIDI File), connect your MIDI instrument, and start to play. Home Concert Xtreme stands ready to work with you!

Piano Technicians GuildA fabulous general resource page for anyone involved in any way with keyboard instruments.

http://www.staffnotes.net/

http://www.blanksheetmusic.net/






Interactive Music Theory and Ear Training



Music Theory on the web: http://www.teoria.com/
Contains an online music theory guide, articles about music theory and a Java enhanced script for interactive play.

Ricci Adams interactive site: http://www.musictheory.net/

Music theory & history online: http://www.dolmetsch.com/theoryintro.htm 

8notes.com: http://www.8notes.com/theory/
Music Theory–46 Lessons introducing the most important concepts of music theory

Good Ear: http://www.good-ear.com/ 

Big Ears: http://www.ossmann.com/bigears/ 

Connect for Education website: (Must be purchased) http://www.connect4education.com/ 

GNU Solfege: http://www.solfege.org/ 

Music Theory and Composition: http://donrathjr.com/ 

Learn Theory of Music By Understanding The Basics! http://www.learn-theory-music.com/ 

Music Notes – various musical skill development: http://library.thinkquest.org/15413/theory/theory.htm 

Free One-Minute Online Help Tutorials for Music Theory Students: http://www.musictheoryminute.com/index.htm 

College board Sample Questions, AP Examination in Music Theory (Advanced Placement)
Contains an online music theory guide, articles about music theory and a Java enhanced script for interactive play.
http://www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/ap/music/samp.html?musictheorywww.teoria.com


Some free – graded programs: http://www.emusictheory.com/ 

Free Music Theory Worksheets:  
http://www.gmajormusictheory.org/Fundamentals/workbooks.html 

http://www.funmusicco.com/music-theory-worksheets/?gclid=CKL8psed2KYCFYpN2godFVYYHgwww.ptg.org
A fabulous general resource page for anyone involved in any way with keyboard instruments.

http://www.serve.com/marbeth/music_links.html
This site is of general interest with lots of areas to explore.

http://www.music.indiana.edu/muslib.html
An extremely comprehensive resource with great references to composer's pages and information.

http://www.musicalonline.com/pedagogy.htm
This site is great and has links to information on how to practice.

Beginning music students: http://www.musicards.net/

Children’s workshop ONLINE MUSIC THEORY HELPER (Ricci Adams): http://www.childrensmusicworkshop.com/musictheory/index.html 

Gary Ewer’s free area – Easy Music Theory: http://www.musictheory.halifax.ns.ca/lessons.html 

Tonal Music Theory Examples–A Collection of Scores and Sound Files by Prof. Timothy Cutler, Cleveland Institute of Music 
http://musictheoryexamples.com/ 

Key Notes – Ear Training: http://www.key-notes.com/piano-theory.html Question: How much theory is important when learning to play the piano? 
What's most important to know?