These are links to other music resources that won't fit within the
framework of my composer list.
Classical Music pages
- This site by Matt Boynick is very highly recommended.
library of classical recordings
- An enormous list of composers and suggested pieces for "getting
to know them by".
- A new site providing links to a large set of mainly British
classical music resources.
- Opera Italiana
- A site full of information about (and music samples of) Italian
- Jazz server
- Looks very extensive.
- Music & Vision
- "An internet music magazine in daily parts". A useful magazine
style site, with what looks to be frequently updated material.
(Includes a nice review of my site!)
- Chevalier de Saint-Georges.
- A page about the works and life of this composer, conductor and
and violinist. He was born in Guadeloupe in 1739. His mother
was a slave. He spent most of his career in France.
Ferenc Memorial Museum and Research Centre
- Pages of the museum, which is a reconstruction of Liszt's last
Budapest flat on the first floor of the old Academy of Music,
where the composer lived between 1881 and 1886.
- Michael Balfe
- A 19th century Irish opera composer, whose most famous opera is
The Bohemian Girl.
of African Descent
- Music in the Western Classical tradition by Africans, African
Americans and African Europeans of the 18th, 19th and 20th
centuries. Contains biographical information and a discography.
music tutorial page
- Mainly links to a wide variety of music education
- Classic Cat
- Directory of free classical music made available by the
performers, sorted by composer and work. With biographical links for
the composers. 800 performances listed and growing.
- Austrian sites by Benedikt Mandl
- About Schoenberg
and the Second Viennese School, and about the
evolution of classical music in and around Vienna into more
“romantic” styles, from Mozart to Mahler.
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