Explore this comprehensive guide listing classical music stations from around the country.
Gathers links to articles on how the atrocities of September 11 have affected arts and in particular musical organizations around the United States.
Provides a definition of this occasionally misinterpreted art form's sound and various structures. Find passages to profiles of key artists and innovators.
Learn about musicians, composers and instruments at this cartoonesque site geared toward kids. Has music games and links.
Search by composer, performer, work title, album title or keyword. Includes a link to a glossary of musical terms.
Online magazine devoted to classical music includes news, features, streaming audio, and reference databases. Check out its events calendar.
Gives details, ranging from very basic to reasonably comprehensive, on numerous Guild Music artists and conductors.
Read about composers who have been associated with the Cornelius Cardew composition prize.
Classical music Web directory includes categories for middle ages, Renaissance, baroque, Classical, romantic, 20th century, piano and opera.
Magazine includes composer and works listings, CD reviews, and features. Order a subscription, access a buyer's guide, and sample music.
Guide for novices and experts provides a list of notable pieces, a directory of composers, and a glossary of terms.
Classical music topics, a list of indexes, new sites, a collection of articles and reviews, and details of the mailing list.
Search for information about music or composers according to musical epoch, form, composer's name, musical terms, or instruments.
Provides portrait images of numerous composers, listed in alphabetical order.
Find biographies and discographies of conductors who came to prominence in the long play record days. With suggested reading and a trivia quiz.
Sony Classical and W.W. Norton present this virtual guide to classical music including era descriptions, composer biographies and audio clips.
Read a series of articles on the crisis in the classical recording industry.
Directory of composers published by G. Schirmer and Associated Music Publishers, or AMP, with bios, links to sample recordings, and details on renting or buying scores.
Find a forum, links and registration for Great Conductors online info and the Klassicopern Newsletter, published once a month.
Site designed for classical musicians, composers, record labels, music publishers etc, offers a digital jukebox of tracks to download.
Listen to MP3 files of tons of classical music selections compiled by this fan of the genre who refers to himself as the Insane Violinist.
Find composer biographies, MP3 and MIDI archives, catalogs, and lyrics to classical songs.
Offers an alphabetical directory of profiles of Western composers. Includes photographs and related links for selected figures.
Encarta defines this musical form that features a large chorus as well as instruments. Read a history of the oratorio.
Microsoft composes this entry on orchestras for its Encarta encyclopedia. Learn about the different sections of an orchestra.
Orchestra presents this guide to classical music and performances for kids. Read about composers, conductors, and instruments.
Read a transcript from the PBS news program on the plight of American orchestras in particular, and, by implication, classical musicians in general, in the 1990s.
Read a short essay on Karl Friedrich Schinkel's concert hall in Berlin, which became accessible to the West once again after the fall of the Berlin wall.
Guide to the history of this musical form features a timeline, composer biographies, and instrument descriptions. Listen to nine complete pieces.