Links


 

1. Creative Sites


LifeMusic
Homepage -LifeMusic
create improvised music in an atmosphere of acceptance, safety and trust


Contemporary Music for Amateurs
www.coma.org
workshops in improvisation/ composition at various UK venues
 


Dean Stallard
Homepage - Dean Stallard
flute-player and teacher (Oslo, Norway), shares his creative discoveries through articles and sound-clips.
 


Soundbeam
www.soundbeam.co.uk
"exhilarating opportunities for music composition and live group music-making, with the invisible, expanding keyboard in space"
 


Music for People
www.musicforpeople.org
"Music for People (Goshen, CT, USA), offering workshops in music improvisation for almost 20 years, is dedicated to re-vitalizing music making for individuals and groups and to promoting music as a means of self-expression"
 

2. General Sites


Flutetunes.com
www.flutetunes.com
a free flute piece to download and play added daily, along with other great flute resources.



Schubertline
www.schubertline.co.uk
www.schubertline.com
the online score service for singers. Over 900 scores of songs, lieder and arias by all the great composers of the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries, available for instant printing in any key.



Musical Creations
www.musicalcreations.co.uk
Composers of original light classical crossover songs for the tenor voice.
 


Virtual Sheet Music
www.virtualsheetmusic.com
Classical sheet music arrangements, in pdf format, for immediate download.
 


Society of Recorder Players
www.srp.org.uk
a nationwide organisation for recorder players of all ages. There are some fifty branches promoting enjoyment of and interest in recorder playing, largely through ensemble playing.
 


Dolmetsch Musical Instruments
www.dolmetsch.com
manufacturers of early musical instruments, including recorders (1-handed models available). The site has many useful resources, including free online recorder and music theory lessons.
 


The Recorder
www.celtic-weddingrings.com/celtic-wedding-instruments-recorder.aspx
This page has some great links for anyone interested in recorder at any level


Larry Krantz Flute Pages
http://www.larrykrantz.com/
probably the web's most important resource for flute players - check it out! (You can join the 'FLUTE' mailing list, here)
 


The Clarinet Pages
http://woodwind.org/clarinet/
a magnificent resource for clarinet players and home of the 'klarinet' mailing list.
 


Flutewise
www.flutewise.com
supports young flute-players with an exciting mix of events and a magazine.
 


Pay The Piper
www.paythepiper.co.uk
a useful website for children and adults who are thinking of taking up a musical instrument - the advantages and disadvantages of each instrument, how to get lessons, how to practise, measuring your progress, how much it will cost - everything you need to know!