Online Music Resources / Music Links

 

Links to a wide variety of online music information and resources found across the Internet.

  • African Music Encyclopedia
    An online encyclopedia of African music, World Music, and International music.
  • The American Variety Stage
    A multimedia anthology selected from various Library of Congress holdings. This collection illustrates the vibrant and diverse forms of popular entertainment, especially vaudeville, that thrived from 1870-1920. Included are 334 English- and Yiddish-language playscripts, 146 theater playbills and programs, 61 motion pictures, 10 sound recordings and 143 photographs and 29 memorabilia items documenting the life and career of Harry Houdini.
  • Anglicans Online | Music Resources
    A Collection of resources for choir masters, organists, music ministers, or anyone interested in music.
  • Billboard Magazine
    The International newsweekly of music, video and home entertainment.
  • Castrati
    Here you will find information about castrati - boys who were castrated for the purpose of singing alto in the church choirs.
  • Children's / Kid's Music Resources on the Web
    Resources to help parents, teachers, and others maximize the powerful role that music can play in the lives of children.
  • The Choral Public Domain Library
    The largest website devoted exclusively to free choral sheet music.
  • Church Bell Ringing
    Links to various church bell ringing sites around the world. We're talking primarily about the large bells in church towers as opposed to the small hand bells.
  • Church Music Associations, Guilds, and Societies
    Links to various church music associations, guilds, and societies around the world. Please note that some of these sites are in languages other than English.
  • Church Music Magazines and Journals
    Links to various church music magazines and journals around the world. Please note that some of these sites are in languages other than English.
  • Classical Connect - the free classical music site
    Classical Connect is your virtual concert hall, and the biggest searchable collection of classical music on the Internet.
  • Chordify
    Chordify is an online music education service – made for and by music enthusiasts – that transforms music from YouTube, Deezer, SoundCloud, or your private collection into chords. Their service automatically recognizes chords from an audio signal and aligns them to the music in a simple and intuitive player. Chordify uses cutting-edge technology to help both novice and trained musicians play the music they want to play. Has both free and paid levels.
  • The Complete Guide to Guitar Education - Reviews & Buying Guide
  • Demo Recording Studios
    A list of sites of recording studios who provide demo recording and more for artists.
  • Favorite Classical Composers
    Your favorite classical composers... the orchestral thunder of Wagner? A quiet and thoughtful piano piece by Chopin? Schubert's quaint and colorful songs? This site has everything you want to know about the greatest composers and their beautiful creations!
  • Flutterby Entertainment :: Personalized Childrens Music & Kids Songs on CD
    Made to order personalized childrens CDs. All names available. Order up to 3 names on 1 CD. Preview your childs name within the lyrics, listen to kids music samples and read our hilarious rhyming stories (childrens poems).
  • Full-Text Music Databases
    Full-text databases are compilations of documents or other information in which the complete text of each referenced document is available for online viewing, printing, or downloading.
  • Gregorian Chant Resources
    Links to Gregorian Chant resources on the web.
  • GuitarPlayerZen.com
    GuitarPlayerZen.com is focused on delivering and sharing creative lessons, advice, and insights that will take your playing and musicality to the next level. Definitely Not your ordinary lame guitar tab site filled with tons of horribly wrong tab that will only make you dumber, worse of a player, and less of a human being. Oh, and don't worry, Membership is FREE.
  • History of Classical Music
    Alex Johnston's series of articles outlining the history of classical music - with accompanying Spotify playlist.
  • Hymns and Liturgical Music
    A collection of sites covering hymns and other liturgical music.
  • LSO Play
    LSO Play allows you to experience the London Symphony Orchestra from multiple points of view.
  • Music Award Sites
    A list of sites covering both major and minor music awards around the world.
  • Music Bibliographic Databases
    Bibliographic databases contain bibliographic records with analytical content as opposed to the catalogs of libraries that contain, usually, descriptions of items.
  • Music Dictionary
    Here you'll find definitions and explanations of a variety of common common musical terms that may help you understand music's terminology.
  • Music Educators and Teachers Resources
    Selected websites that teachers and music educators might find helpful for augmenting lesson materials, including lesson plans, activities, worksheets, and more.
  • Music Indexes
    Music indexes, songbook collections, scanned (or digitized) images of songs that don't violate copyright restrictions, more.
  • Music Libraries
    A collection of worldwide music libraries with an Internet presence.
  • Music Organizations
    A list of professional music organizations, musical organizations, and music indexes.
  • Music Promotion
    Businesses and organizations devoted to promoting artists and/or helping artists promote themselves and their music.
  • Music Publications - Music Journals, Music Magazines, Music Newspapers and Music Periodicals
    A list of music journals, music magazines, music newspapers and music periodicals online.
  • Music Publishers
    A list of worldwide music publishers of all styles and genres of music.
  • Music Resources for the Blind and Visually Impaired
    Music resources for people who are blind or have other visual impairments, as well as those who work with, or are family or friends of those who are blind or have visual impairments.
  • Music of the Renaissance Resources
    Resources on European classical music written during the Renaissance - approximately 1400 to 1600.
  • Music Resources on JSTOR
    JSTOR is an online digital library of academic journals, ebooks, and primary sources. The collection of music content on JSTOR includes more than 70 journals and 50 academic ebooks and covers many interdisciplinary subjects, overlapping with areas such as African-american studies, education, and the performing arts. A group of titles ranging from African music to folk music to Asian music provide in-depth resources for cultural and regional studies. Music content on JSTOR is strong in musicology, ethnomusicology, music theory, and music education. Key titles include Musical Times, Music Educators, Music and Letters, and Popular Music, among many others from leading publishers (American Musicological Society, Music Library Association, and the Society for Music Theory).
  • Music Schools, Music Departments, and Music Institutions
    An international list of music schools, music departments, and music institutions with an online presence.
  • Musicaroo
    Learn How To Sing And Play Music.
  • Musician Resources
    A list of sites devoted to providing help and information for musicians.
  • Musopen
    They provide recordings, sheet music, and textbooks to the public for free, without copyright restrictions. Founded in 2012, Musopen is a 501(c)3 non-profit based out of San Francisco, CA. We work to increase access to music education by providing free music recordings, sheet music, apps, and educational materials. They have a free and two membership levels. Over 90% of every membership dollar goes directly to increase the size of their music library, and as a registered non-profit 501(c)3, your membership is a tax deductible donation.
  • Native American Music Resources
    Various sites across the internet that focus on Native American music.
  • National Music Museum - The University of South Dakota
    The National Music Museum (NMM) and Center for Study of the History of Musical Instruments is one of the great institutions of its kind in the world. Its renowned collections, which include more than 14,800 American, European, and non-Western instruments from virtually all cultures and historical periods, are the most inclusive anywhere.
  • Public Domain Music
    A reference site to help identify public domain songs and public domain music.
  • Public Domain Music Sequenced by Benjamin Robert Tubb
    Featuring 19th century American music and early 20th century American music (1900-1923).
  • Songfacts
    The stories and meanings behind the songs, with songwriter interviews and lyrics.
  • Subreel
    Music How To Guides, Reviews and Buying Guides.
  • Sound and Image Databases and Collections
    Various databases and collections of music-related databases and collections.
  • Women in Music
    A list of sites that provide information about women in music. This list does not contain links to sites about individual women singers, artists or musicians.
  • Woodstock.com
    Site with extensive information on all aspects of the Woodstock Music Festival.