Noteflight- All Music theory students need to set up a free account on this website for homework and composition projects.
If you desire additional practice at home or at the library, the following websites will prove to be of great help. I would highly recommend visiting these sites to advance your understanding of the material.
Music Theory Sites
Dolmetsch- a seies of music thoery tutorials. Best used for reinforcement of classroom concepts. No ear training or sight singing, though there are music examples. Link to the physics of music instruments.
Datadragon- a basic site that covers music fundamentsls
Teoria- a wonderful site for interactive eartraining exercises, reference materials, scores, music theory questions, music analysis and articles about music
MusicTheory.net- includes many tutorials and real time practice units for use in developing skills.
eTheory- includes free tutorials
G Major Music Theory- includes fundamentals, contextual listening and harmonic dictation
8 Notes- another free music theory site
Melodic Dictation- a melody a day to help with dictation. You will need to download Notepad to use this.
Harmonic Dictation- from g major music!
Score Big.com has a number of other music resources with games and theory sites. Thank you to Miss Cindy and her Junior Girl Scout troop for letting us know about this site!
Free Choral Music
Free Instrumental Music
Free Piano Music
Free Scores from all musical areas
Classical Music/ Composers
Classical Composer Archive- comprehensive collection of biographical information on classical composers
Classical Sheet Music