ARTSEDGE : The Kennedy Center's Arts Education
The Kennedy Center's ArtsEdge provides lesson plans, how to's and standards for educators as well as resources for families and students.

Carnegie Hall Digital Library
The Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall includes curriculum materials for K-12 educators as well as games and listening guides.

A huge archive that provides basic information on 299 notable composers and their pictures. You need a memberhip to listen to the music.

Classics for Kids
Cincinnati Public Radio provides information about composers by period, games, artiwork for chilcren and lesson plans for teachers.

DSO Kids (Dallas Symphony Orchestra)
Provides games Time machine, Beethoven's Baseball, Music Match and Picture Paint, to learn composers and time periods, learn music terminology, listen by composer and period as well as activities to do at home. A lesson plan database and other resources are available for teachers.

Franklin Institute Music Hotlist
This hot list contains links to music topics for students organized under the following categories: opera, classical, jazz, reggae, instruments, Gregorian chant, miscellaneous, and teacher resources.

K-12 Resources for Music Educators
This valuable resources for music educators and for students of all areas and educational levels. (the site includes web sites devoted to Band, Orchestra, vocal, classroom and all other music in the 5 separate categories).

Glencoe Music Online Teacher Site
A site that can provides links to music education resources, history, theory, cultural music, choral and instrumental sites.

Morton Subotnick's Creating Music
Has games to help learn children about music through games, listening, and creating music.

Music Education at

Come and explore some parts of music with the DataDragon online tutorials, guides and information on musical genres, history of music, instruments and links to other related sites.

Music Education for Young Children
This website offers and abundance of information and ideas related to music education for children from birth to age 8.


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Tom Ambrosi, Reference Librarian
Phone: 218-726-7861
Fax: 218-726-7481
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Duluth, MN 55812

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