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Music Internet Resources

Amy CastilloThis page contains links to web sites outside of Tarleton.

The links are provided as a convenience for research.

Tarleton has no control over, and is not responsible for the content found on external sites.

Please contact the subject-specialist librarian if you have research questions, would like library instruction, or have material purchase requests.

Amy Castillo
Periodicals Librarian - Office 119
Phone: 254-968-9868

Help is also available by using the Ask a Librarian page, emailing, calling (254) 968-9249, or coming into the library.

Music Links

All-Music Guide - information and reviews for any musical taste.

Center for the History of Music Theory and Literature - links to activities, projects, publications, and databases.

Classical Music Navigator - has compiled information on important classical music composers and their works and arrayed these data in a fashion making it easier for the novice or casual listener to identify additional materials that are allied to his or her already-existing "points of familiarity."

Classical Net - reviews, lists, and links regarding classical music.

Diction Domain Supersites - Links to diction related sites.

IMSLP/Petrucci Music Library - Resource for musical scores available in the public domain and includes contemporary composers who wish to release their works to the public free of charge. The site also encourages the exchange of musical ideas through the discussion link and forum. The IMSLP currently has 41,259 works, 102,127 scores, 2,731 recordings, 5,921 composers, and 95 performers.

K-12 Resources For Music Educators - Valuable resources for music educators and students of all areas and educational levels. Regularly updated.

Scholarly Societies Project - links to musical organizations.

Society for Music Theory Links - excellent theory links.

Voice of the Shuttle Music Links - emphasizes both primary and secondary (or theoretical) resources, and defines its audience as people who have something to learn from a higher-education, professional approach to the humanities (which in practice has included students and instructors from the elementary school, high school, and general population sectors).