The best links I know of are included in the "Quick Links" menu to the left. For more information on each, read the annotations below. If you have other links to recommend, please feel free to send them to me: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Another new theory site: Music Theory Help
- New link from Lindsay: Songs to Sing in the Car for Kids
- Musictheory.net - this may be the most popular music theory website on the internet. Excellent lessons and trainers for learning and drilling basic theory skills.
- Emusictheory.com - a number of drill programs and interactive sections that offer students an alternate way to explore music theory fundamentals.
- Practicespot.com - many resources, particularly for piano. Lots of theory worksheets, but no answer sheets.
- IV-V-I - website where you can learn about and purchase a very fun and instructive game that will help you understand harmonic relationships better and provide everyone a lot of laughs.
- Teoria.com - it's a little cheesy looking, but it has a few good ear-training exercises.
- Music Theory Minute - short video lessons - you might like them!
- Music at ZZounds - a little confusing because of the many links to other pages, but lots of information.
- Classical Music Library - streaming audio of thousands of classical pieces! Free for VCU students. Non-VCU students click here and try the 15-day free trial.
- Ruckus - also free for VCU students, but featuring popular music (rock).