[anti-rclick]Recently I have found some useful free music resources online while doing research on developing an aural training software. Here I would like to share them with you. They can be supplementary to our piano training.


Free Music Software
http://www.solfege.org/
This is a software you can download for free to help train your aural skills, in rhythms, intervals, solfege etc.

Free Music Dictionary
http://www.music.vt.edu/musicdictionary/
This site provides wonderful audio clips of numerous musical terminologies in Italian, French and German. A great useful resources for serious music learners and musicians.

Now here are some selected websites for kids:

New York Philharmonic
www.nyphilkids.org
“The New York Philharmonic Kidzone is a place for kids to come and learn about the New York Philharmonic and about the instruments, music, musicians, composers and conductors of symphony music.”

San Francisco Symphony
http://www.sfskids.org
Go especially to the section “The Music Lab”:
http://www.sfskids.org/templates/musiclab.asp?pageid=4

Reference websites:
Links to Free Music Resources:
http://www.playmusic.org/stage/musiclinks.html

Music, Music Education, Music Technology: MusTech.Net!
http://mustech.net
“Yes! Simply THE BEST Music Education and Music Technology site on the Web. Hosted by Ph.D. Technology Expert: Joseph M. Pisano.”

For parents and piano teachers who want to learn more about piano methods and lessons, here is a great link:
The Piano Education Page (PEP)
http://pianoeducation.org/index.html

For serious adult music learners:
The Adult Music Student Forum (AMSF)

Here is its “Links of Interest to Adult Music Students”, which provides a resourceful pool of information for those who are serious in their piano/music learning:

http://www.amsfperform.org/links.html



Teresa Wong

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