Mostly Free Resources

An accumulation of recommended resources of products and services we have found which will enhance your music learning and playing experience and a few more things. We’ve included web sites, musicians, courses, software, providers of information and will add various other categories of products.

The list provided here is what we believe at the Music Learning Workshop will be of value to you in either your music education, career, or in effort to find information of use. These links will take you to a category below.

Some of these recommendations are associates and affiliates that we think provide quality information and service. If you find that these recommendations don’t live up to expectations please contact us with your specific comments about the products.

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Other Music Resources

Finding good quality music resources on the Internet can be difficult so I have put together some links to websites that I have found useful in the past.

ClassicsForKids.com

This is a great site for children. It contains a great A-Z list of composers, an interactive composer timeline, some simple music games, information about the instruments that make up an orchestra as well as a musical dictionary and some tips and advice for parents and music teachers.

http://www.ClassicsForKids.com

PBS Kids

The PBS Kids website contains a range of songs that children can sing along to. The site also contains some games and coloring sheets although these are not music related.

http://pbskids.org/music/index.html

Instrument Encyclopedia

The instrument encyclopedia site is a great resource for introducing children to a very wide range of musical instruments. You can browse instruments by musical family and by location.

http://www.si.umich.edu/chico/instrument/

Practice Spot

Practice Spot is one of my favorite sites and contains a large collection of useful resources including manuscript paper, theory sheets, music crosswords, rhythm sheets, sight-reading examples and a  very comprehensive music dictionary.

http://www.practicespot.com/freetools.phtml