Thanks to the Chenier Branch of the Lafayette Public Library and M.I.Brary you can now check out a guitar, keyboard, or even an accordion the same way you would a book! Let the music begin!
Click, drag, and create your own beatbox mix, using Incredibox then share your creation with the world!
The Music Interactive offers a variety of performance and practice apps available for download.
Explore instruments, compositions, composers and more with a backstage pass to the New York Philharmonic.using NYOPhilKids
Discover, listen, compose, and create – even conduct your own symphony orchestra with the San Francisco Symphony!
Learn the building blocks of music, watch educational videos, build your own instrument, and more alongside the Dallas Symphony Orchestra.
This site, Submarine Channel offers five different website applications that allow you to create fun, innovative, compositions.
When you visit Field Recordings with NPR you can view musicians playing and the behind the scenes interviews with artists and musicians from a variety of genres.
Check out, Audiotool a free, downloadable tool to create, edit and produce music – right in your browser.
Every time someone makes an edit to any Wikipedia entry, Hatnote Listen to WIkipedia creates a corresponding tone. The deeper the note, the more extensive the edit.
If you want to improve your hand position while playing the piano check out this blog from takelessons.com https://takelessons.com/blog/piano-hand-position-z06)
Enjoy, Piano Wrist and Arm Position from wristband.com which offers insight into correct piano positioning for wrists, and arms.
Learn more about good piano posture.in this article from from Hoffmanacademy.com. https://www.hoffmanacademy.com/blog/top-ten-tips-for-good-piano-posture/