We couldn't have music links without Athropolis songs!
Certain Friends -
Chasing the Clouds Away -
Council Day -
If I Were a Throp -
If We Try -
I'm Not Immune to the Rays and Warmth of Sunlight -
Ka Me, Ka Thee -
Squallhoot Song -
That's What Squallhoots Do -
Wind and Rain -
The purpose of this site is to allow you to explore the diversity and creativity of musical traditions as you
browse our gallery or search for a favorite instrument.
Do you need a little help writing your own songs? Try this!
This site is great! Chords for guitar, piano and four-stringed instruments.
A GUIDE TO MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE INSTRUMENTS
The title of this site says it all.
THE SAN FRANCISCO SYMPHONY KIDS' SITE
Hear, learn about, and have lots of fun with music at this great website. Learn all about instruments, harmony and more. You can even try composing!
GLOSSARY OF MUSICAL TERMS
Almost every musical term you'll want or need to know is defined on this very extensive web site.
ENERGY IN THE AIR: SOUNDS FROM THE ORCHESTRA
On this Web site you'll find lots of information about how sound is made and what it looks like when it is recorded. There's also a lot of information on the instruments that play in the orchestra and sound clips of the orchestra playing music - and an activities section where you can see how to make some instruments.
A great PBS site. Create your own musical arrangement, take a tour of American roots music, get inside the composer's process, experiment with sonic poetry, and much more.
Creatingmusic.com is a children's online creative music environment for children of all ages. It's a place for kids to compose music, play with musical performance, music games and music puzzles. Come discover fun and easy ways to make music!
Check out the ArtsAlive.ca Music section - a great place to discover the excitement of the performing arts! Learn all about orchestral music, the NAC Orchestra, it's musicians and friends, great composers, conductors and much more!
QUINTESSENTIAL INSTRUCTIONAL ARCHIVE
These musical activities have been created by Quia's subscribers and are of varying quality. Quia has not reviewed these, and some activities may contain inaccuracies. If you are a Quia subscriber, you may copy any of these activities and modify them for your own use.
INTRODUCTION TO READING MUSIC
Some people think trying to read music is hard and difficult. The following set of pages will try to introduce the most important topics in reading music in a very easy to understand way.
HOW TO READ MUSIC
After spending too many hours searching for a suitable website to show a friend how to read music, somebody became frustrated enough to make their own. I hope you find it useful!
THE SYMPHONY - AN INTERACTIVE GUIDE
A journey into the great composers' finest symphonies.
Learn about note reading, explore various styles of music from Rock to Bach, learn about your favorite instrument, and have fun and test your skills with interactive challenges.
ESSENTIALS OF MUSIC
Here's a site for basic information about classical music to introduce you to the best music of every period.
A site for a young audience with children's songs, lyrics, games and stories.
PLAY MUSIC MATCH
In this game you test your knowledge of music. They play you a song, then you try and guess the song's name.
The only web site named after the world's most commonly misheard lyric ("Excuse me while I...kiss this guy"). This archive of misheard song lyrics has over 1,700 bungled versions of all of your favorite songs.
The most complete, in depth technique instruction anywhere. Learn how to play single notes, use hand effects, bend notes, use correct breathing, and more.
ON-LINE PIANO LESSONS
These beginner's level introductory piano lessons are hands-on, self-paced, interactive, and totally Free! Lessons are for both the beginning piano student and the student who wants to review their skills.
Identify the people, places, things, terms, songs and albums associated with the greatest band of all time! Have fun!
INSTRUMENTS OF THE ORCHESTRA
Test your knowledge of the instruments that play in the orchestra.
NAME THE NOTE
Identify the letter name of the note.
There are 147 activities and games.
ONLINE MUSIC GLOSSARY
Music, like any subject, has its own terminology. At first the many terms that musicians use to describe music can seem daunting. But there is nothing mysterious about these terms; they merely use words to describe something we can all hear with a little bit of practice.
PRINCIPLES OF BALLET
Ballet is a means of expressing a theme or, as in most cases, telling a story through the medium of dance. As such, ballet as a genre may generally be broken down into the following four basic elements: Choreography, Music, Plot and Decoration.
If you're like most people, you have to admit that opera can be a little intimidating - even boring - at first. On a huge stage, with a giant orchestra, actors in strange costumes sing in foreign languages about love, death, jealousy, and murder. We're often not familiar with the stories they're telling, and we can't understand what's happening on the stage.