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Music
Ricci Adam's MusicTheory.net - Offers interactive music theory lessons on the staff, clef, and ledger lines; major and minor scales; intervals and cadences; and includes a chord calculator and matrix generator.
The Internet Piano Page - Plays piano works by such composers as Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Chopin, Clementi, Liszt, Mendelssohn, Schubert, Rachmaninoff, and more.
Classical Musical Page - Documents the history, composers, and forms of classical music. Search by musical epoch (baroque, classic, etc.), musical form
Eric's Treasure Trove of Music - Presents a comprehensive dictionary on chords and notes, intervals, musical instruments, musical notation, and time signatures.
Music Education at DataDragon - Suggests tips on how to read music, reviews different types of musical instruments, and offers a message board for asking music questions.
Popular Songs in American History - Profiles popular American folk songs and sea shanties from the early colonial period to today.
ChordFind.com - Master guitar chords with this helpful chord catalog. (Discovering Country and Western Music)
Drum Lessons Database - Enlivens drum practice with easy-to-follow lessons on accents, triplets, note reading, and arm movement.
Lyrics World - Catalogs song lyrics for all Top 40 hits from 1930–1999. You can also browse by artist and year.
Visual Arts
Mark Harden's Artchive - Provides a comprehensive overview of all visual art movements, from ancient Egyptian art to abstract expressionism, and offers quality images of paintings and sculptures by Michelangelo, da Vinci, Monet, Renoir, Dali, and more.
Carol Jackson Presents Fine Art - Highlights artists from Frieda Kahlo to Titian with a complete artists’ index.
Artcyclopedia - Searches by art movement, artist, title of work, medium (painting, sculpture, photography, etc.), or such categories as women artists and popular artists.
Web Museum - Identifies key artistic movements from medieval gothic and the baroque to impressionism and cubism. Also features links on Japanese art and architecture.
Art History Resources on the Web - Covers prehistoric, Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Islamic, medieval, Renaissance, baroque, neoclassic, and romantic art…as well as everything in between and beyond!
Painter Gallery.com - Groups art and artists by artistic movement, subject matter, medium, and genre. Also searches by museum collection.
The Greatest Films - Contains detailed descriptions of 300 classic movies, included downloadable still photos, posters, and quotes.
KinderArt - Presents easy and fun art projects for elementary students and early childhood education.
Draw and Color with Uncle Fred - Provides basic drawing lessons for young children.