Links for Higher Learning
Below you can find numerous links that all have great resources to help better the learning of students or parents. Please check out as many as you like.
- Choral Public Domain Library - This website is a huge asset when looking for music of past generations. Here you can find choral scores that have hit the public domain library. These pieces are old, but that doesn't mean they are not great. They choir will most likely be singing at least one piece a year from this great resource.
- Practice Sight Reading - On this website, students can use activities to practice there sight reading abilities. Here you can gain knowledge about rhythmic and melodic aspects by practice short little snip its of music. You can choose certain practice plans or even make a custom plan that fits your level of skill. A great asset to a musical of any statues.
- Theta Music Trainer - This website is full of programs that work to help students better their ear and tuning. They have many different games for kids of all ages. I'm sure you will find something that meets your musical practice needs on this site.
- Music Theory - This site comes along with a mobile app. but also has all its information on the website. The website focuses on many aspects of music theory including the very basics of staffs and clefs to more advanced analysis. This is a great tool to any student looking to learn more about theory of music, or even anyone interested in learn to read music. If you want to learn more about he logistics of music, this is the site for you.
- Finale & Anvil Studio - For any composers out there or anyone interested in composing simple melodies to full songs, there websites both have links to free programs that can be used to write and listen to music. I use these programs to this day and can attest for there accuracy and usefulness. Students who are looking for a way to express there creativity through music can find that creative release in these programs.
These are just a few of the websites I enjoy using can provide great resources for learning, but there are many more out there. Try searching for one that fits a skill your looking for or you can click on the link below to see a huge list of websites that all have valuable information on music. I'm sure you will find something that works for you. Click Here to go the Music Teachers National Association website page with music website links.