Here are some basic WWW resource links to start you. Using the Search Engines at the bottom will allow you to search the entire World Wide Web.
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Classroom Links


Bulletin Boards for the Music ClassRoom

http://members.aol.com/jasontracy/bulletinboards.html

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Link from Pat Kelly
Great ideas.

Saskatchewan Arts Curriculum Guides

http://www.sasked.gov.sk.ca/docs/
artsed/artsmain.html

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Link from Webmaster
Saskatchewan Learning's Arts Curriculum Guides.

Music Education Links

http://www.geocities.com/Athens/
Forum/5876/Links.htm


Link from Pat Kelly
An excellent compendium!

Lesson Plans for Music Education

http://www.talentz.com/MusicEd/
LessonPlans/LessonPlans.mv


Link from Pat Kelly
An excellent compendium!

Music K-8 Magazine

http://www.musick8.com/


Link from Pat Kelly
A fully featured site with tons of items of interest to classroom and general music!

Music Ed Resources Library
http://www.angelfire.com/nb/musicedresources/

Link from Pat Kelly
Hats off to all of you. All of the material here has been contributed by many different teachers from e-mail discussions. Most contributors names have been deleted for privacy. There are many great and creative ideas here from many wonderful teachers. Have fun and go inspire those kids!
Instructional Videos
http://www.extelmusic.com/Default.asp

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Instructional videos may be a vlauable resource for your music library. A commercial site, but a special resource.
More Online Lesson Plans for Music
http://www.LessonPlansPage.com/
Music.htm


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Music Lesson Plans which might be just what you're looking for.
Musicianship Basics
http://www.dragnet.com.au
/~donovan/mb/music.html


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60 graded activities cover basic music theory and ear training skills for students of all ages in their first two years of training. Whether interested in the package as a purchase or not, there are good ideas here. Interesting use of graphic skills to create a useful teaching tool. With Java, the page becomes interactive and you can try try some of the activities.

Orff AU
http://www.ancos.org.au

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The new site has current information on every Australian states Orff activities along with links to a number of sites around the world and their Conference coming up in 2000 in Perth. It will be regularly updated and improved
Orff
http://www.orffcanada.ca

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Music for Children - Carl Orff Canada - Musique pour Enfants
Orff UK


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Orff in the United Kingdom
Orff in Philadelphia
http://albie.wcupa.edu/schmus.mue/
paosa/index.htm


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Philadelphia Area Orff Schulwerk Association
Orff in New Jersey
http://www.geocities.com/
Athens/Delphi/1304/


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Northern New Jersey Orff-Schulwerk Association
Orff in the middle of the Atlantic
http://www.chaos.com:
80/macaosa/


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Middle Atlantic Orff Chapter
Orff in the Inland Counties
http://www.geocities.com/
Athens/3046/


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Inland Counties Chapter, American Orff-Schulwerk
Orff in Indiana
http://www.geocities.com/
Athens/Delphi/6131/


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Indiana Orff Association
Orff in Rochester
http://www.geocities.com/
Broadway/Balcony/3293/


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Greater Rochester American Orff-Schülwerk Association
Orff in Black Hills
http://dsdk12.net/project/
BHAOSA/BHAOSA.html


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Black Hills American Orff- Schulwerk Association
American Orff-Schulwerk Association

http://www.aosa.org/

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American Orff-Schulwerk Association
Classical Composers Database
http://utopia.knoware.nl/
users/jsmeets


K. Hrycay
Site gives you all the statistics about a specific composers and their lives.
Musical Heritage Network
http://www.si.umich.edu/
CHICO/MHN/


K. Hrycay
A site that contains a section of lesson and unit plans and there is an area of virtual tours where the user can explore music through various cultures.
Instrument Encylopedia
http://www.si.umich.edu/
chico/instrument/


K. Hrycay
This is the home page for the Stearns Collection at the University of Michigan. It contains pictures and explanations of over 140 musical instruments from around the world.
Technology Institute for Music Educators (TIME)
http://www.ti-me.org

K. Hrycay
A very good site for educators who are interested in using music technology in the classroom. There is an area of links, resources, and standards for teacher training in music technology.
K-12 Music Resources for the Music Educator

http://www.isd77.k12.mn.us/
resources/staffpages/shirk/k12.music.html


K. Hrycay
A very good site that contains links for band, orchestra, choral and classroom music teachers. Very extensive and useful.


(More to come. If you find a link you think is great, let me know - I'll include it here.) Webmaestro










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