Koda, the conductor, is your guide through music making both backstage and center stage at playmusic.org. Listen to classical hits on the juke box, e-mail musical postcards and see how you compare to Molly Mallet when it comes to playing percussion!
This website has a huge list of links to places where you can download mp3s or sound files for free.
This site has vast amounts of information about most great composers who have shaped the history of music. Offers biographies, pictures, and audio samples.
The Honky Tonks articles explore the roots of music with historic performances, rare archive tape, and interviews with artists.
Search from 1700 math and science songs, such as "Rock 'n Roar Dinosaurs" or "Biomes," many of which have a recording to go along with.
Download popular American sheet music at this digital archive from UCLA. Most of the music available is from the 1920's and is in the form that it was originally published.
A huge list of sound effects that you can use for movies, presentations, or projects. You can search or browse by category.
A place for kids to come and learn about the New York Philharmonic and about the instruments, music, performers and more!
The official Apple GarageBand support page with many tutorials and extra downloads.
Great site offering biographical information, a large picture gallery lists of his works, and a section called The Creation Histories. In this section you can learn how Beethoven made each of his symphonies, where they were performed and what people thought of them when they first came out.
An online database developed by the British Museum featuring around 5,000 objects. From mummies to the ancient Greeks you can find a lot here. Take a tour, search the database, or look at objects of the month!
A national relief organization that provides help and aid all over the world.
Great site that with well presented information on how Russia began to become a modern empire after Constantinople fell.