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This open volume is the first release from Open Access Musicology and features chapters aimed at an undergraduate... see more

The roaring ’20s was a period of blatant disregard for laws, boundaries, and tradition. It was also an age of invention.... see more

This exhibition is a collaboration of The Museum Of Modern Art, New York, and The Museum of Musical Instruments. It... see more

Mark Twain, one of America's greatest literary legends, was a passionate guitarist and singer during the 19th century's... see more

Ukrainians like singing a lot - we have around 200,000 folk songs! Check out our Top 10 Ukrainian folk songs list and see... see more

THE Counterpoint Tutor is a collection of web pages which presents an introduction to Species Counterpoint, based on... see more

The Acadia Early Music Archive has many scores of Renaissance and Baroque Music that can be downloaded. The scores at the... see more

In Auld Lang Syne: A Song and its Culture, M. J. Grant explores the history of this iconic song, demonstrating how its... see more

Cyber Hymnal contains over 4,700 Christ-ian hymns & Gos-pel songs from ma-ny de-nom-in-a-tions. You?ll find lyr-ics,... see more

Online scores from Early to Romantic eras for music study and analysis. Some require Scorch sibelius viewer (free).

The IDRS web site contains more than 3000 articles, research documents and pedagogical resources that have been published... see more

This resource contains materials for independent or classroom learning. It includes the following: teacher notes; video... see more

This online hymnal contains texts and MIDI files of tunes used in much of the English-speaking world, with particular... see more

Described by some as the birthplace of rock and roll, Sun Studios in Memphis is where Elvis and many other Blues, Rock... see more

This is the first book to combine contemporary debates in ballad studies with the insights of modern textual scholarship.... see more

Since August 1969, the Woodstock Music and Art Fair looms large when recounting the history and impact of the baby boom... see more

This course examines the history, techniques, and aesthetics of mechanical and computer-aided approaches to algorithmic... see more

The resource presents a brief history of how modes came into use and traces the evolution of our Renaissance modes in... see more

Demonstrates with animation and recording how the 11th century monk Guido d'Arezzo taught sightsinging with overlapping... see more

This website offers information about the merengue, how to dance it, how it was created. Here you have the chance to find... see more

Berlioz’s program for the 1830 premiere of the Symphonie fantastique. It is recommended that text in bold red be replaced... see more

Trumpet and Brass Playing lectures by Claude Gordon, famous author and teacher.

According to the author, 'I have here endeavored to provide a readable account of the entire history of the art of music,... see more

Using as an example "Lascia ch’io pianga" from Handel’s opera Rinaldo (1711), this activity aims to familiarize the... see more