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Do you ever wonder where your favorite band would be without music? Learn how "note"-able music is in our society by clicking on the links below.
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Music NetSites for Information
American Music Collections - The American Music Collections document this country's diverse popular music and performance traditions. The strength of these collections is the music of the late nineteenth through the twentieth centuries including Big Band jazz, Gospel and African American sacred music, and folk music.
America's Stories - See, Hear and Sing - Watch a movie, hear a song, play a tune from America's past.
Kids' Castle - This Smithsonian site has information to kids' questions on sports, history, the arts, travel, science and air and space, all with great photos.
Sing-Along with National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences - NIEHS has included this sing-along section to teach environmental health science through song.
Sound Site - Close your eyes, open your ears, and explore the world of sound! This neat site has audio clips, activities, and discussions about composition to help you learn.
The Music of Sound - Neanderthal Jam - You could learn a lot from old musical instruments. We're not talking about a pawnshop full of rusted saxophones and busted guitars, but about partly fossilized bones with holes that look suspiciously like wind instruments.
The Music Room - The Museum also explores history through dozens of musical performances every year.
Children's Music Net - This site has plenty of fun stuff - a concert calendar, radio list, and the "Children's Music Gazette".
I Hear America Singing - Have you ever thought about how American songs developed? This PBS site has a timeline covering the history of American concert song as well as information on the writers, composers, artists, and movements that left their mark.
Jazz Kids - Check out this fun newspaper for kids featuring news and reviews, kids' writing, games, trivia, and more!
New York Philharmonic Kidzone - Meet composers and members of the orchestra, check out the Insider's Guide, explore all kinds of instruments, invent one of your own, and so much more on this dazzling site!
Playmusic - A cool site for kids from the American Symphony Orchestra League. Learn all about classical music and the instruments that make it.
San Francisco Symphony Kids Site - This website, in conjunction with our live performances, provide a great way for people of all ages to hear, learn, and have fun with music. Consider this site your premier web destination for learning about music.
Instrument Encyclopedia! - The purpose of this site is to allow you to explore the diversity and creativity of musical traditions as you browse our gallery or search for a favorite instrument.
Dallas Symphony Orchestra - DSO Kids - DSOKids is the Dallas Symphony Orchestra's magical doorway to a world of musical fun and learning for students. The site's mission is to provide attractive, accessible and child-friendly resources that introduce symphonic music, the orchestra and its instruments, and to encourage young people to explore the world of the symphony orchestra.
FreeSongsForKids.com - All the kids songs you find on this site are FREE: listen, download, play them on your computer, or burn them to a personal CD for boombox or car listening
Kididdles - MoJo is a singin', swingin' music mouse-chine! She'll be happy to take you on a guided tour of her Musical Mouseum.
Young Composers - This site allows young composers to share their music and to talk to other young musicians.