Choral Education Independent Resources
These websites are great sources of information, practice, and independent
study. Please peruse what is
here. Often, I will task you to use one of these websites for further
practice or to find information
relevant to class. Please enjoy the wealth of information that is out there!
Music Education Resources
Play the piano with your keyboard! This is a great practice tool.
A fabulous music theory website that incorporates solfege.
Learn Music Free
Use this to practice developing your ear to hear intervals,
chords, and scales.
Practice singing with rhythmic precision.
Go here for basic to advanced music theory practice and drilling.
An interactive way to learn music theory and practice your ear
training. From basic to advanced,
improve your skill.
Another option for music theory.
Print Your Own Staff Paper
Blank Staff Paper
Sibelius Music Notation Software. Use what the professionals use.
Write Your Own Music
Check out this website for a reinforcement of things we've been
working on in class.
BBC The Choir
The history of music includes a rich and long appreciation for and connection
with various religions, particularly the Christian faith. In order to gain
perspective of the historical periods and importance of music in society, it
is necessary for our choirs to perform both sacred and secular music. Please
follow the link to find out more about this important topic.
Sacred Music in Schools
A premier young men's a cappella group based in Seattle. They are always
looking for new members. Check it out and talk to Mr. Gorne if you would like
Northwest Vocal Project