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Music Theory
This is a great site to work on your theory(how music works) skills!

College Bands
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For all of your Pride of Dixie knowledge,...the best band on the planet by the way!

University of Alabama Huntsville! Go Chargers!

UAHunstville is working hard to build a great music program. Check into this wonderful opportunity!

jacksonville State University! Go Gamecocks!!
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A Digital List:Helpful Music Games
A Digital List: Helpful Music Games

The Following information was supplied by Cindy Powell and her wonderful Girl Scouts!

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A Digital List: Helpful Music Games

There are many reasons to learn how to play a musical instrument. Learning an instrument can be a great way to work out your brain and improve your memory, and if you learn one as a child, the benefits last a lifetime. Practicing an instrument is also a way to improve your time-management skills and learn how to efficiently use the free time in your day. Studies have shown that instruments also boost your coordination, reading comprehension, and mathematical skills, giving you big benefits in all aspects of life. Playing an instrument can also be your ticket to a brighter future because it opens up many career and hobby opportunities.

If you are not able to learn an instrument in person, there are many online resources that will help you learn the basics. Studying online is an excellent way to learn how to read sheet music. It's also an easy way to practice ear training, which is a way to recognize music notes just by listening to them. There are many online games to learn the history of instruments and understand how to play them. In many cases, it may be very helpful to develop a basic understanding of how an instrument works before attempting to play it. Guitar players can watch how chords are formed, while pianists can learn the correct way to place their hands on the keys. It may also be useful to understand how an individual instrument adds to an orchestra, and there are several games that allow you to listen to each instrument separately. Musicians who want to practice tempo will often find an online metronome to be just the ticket. Online metronomes are helpful because you can practice keeping a steady tempo, building up speed until you are comfortable. By using these online resources, musicians can easily increase the speed and accuracy at which they play.

Instrument Storage Room

Click on each musical instrument to learn more about its history and how it sounds. Explore brass, woodwind, and string instruments.

Guitar Tuner

This tool makes it easy to tune the strings on a guitar. Simply click on the notes and then adjust your strings until both notes sound the same.

SFS Kids: Fun and Games With Music!

The San Francisco Orchestra offers several musical games to help kids learn about instruments and composition. Discover fun facts about composers, music, and instruments here.

Musical Notes

Click each piano key on the keyboard and learn the corresponding musical note.

Virtual Keyboard

Play around with this virtual instrument to create your own songs. The keyboard can play different instrument sounds, and it also includes drum beats and a mode that makes it easy to play chords.

Musical Orchestra

Slowly build an orchestra by identifying the correct musical instrument based on its sound.

My Metronome

This online metronome includes several sheet music scales for practice, including those for the flute, saxophone, clarinet, trumpet, and many more.

Musical Theory and Ear Training

These interactive activities are a fun way to learn about musical score composition, chords, and scales.

The Web Metronome

Adjust the number of beats, tempo, and accent beats with this metronome game. There is a desktop and mobile version available for download.

Playing With Music: Scales

Use the clarinet, oboe, or marimba to create a melody using the number keys on your keyboard.

String Thing

Place and adjust the strings and percussion sounds to make a tune with this fun game. Players can learn about how adjusting the strings on an instrument can make different sounds.

Compose Your Very Own Music

Drag whole, half, and quarter notes to the staff to create your own music. You can choose between "beginner" and "advanced" versions and send the finished composition to your friends.


Add instruments to the staff, then hit the play button to hear your composition. Experiment with different rhythms and combinations of instruments to create different sounds.

Name That Note

Learn to identify the different notes on a musical staff by playing this game.

Online Metronome

Practice slow, moderate, and fast tempos with this online interactive metronome.

Tonic Tutor

Refresh the page to discover a new music game!

Compose Music

In this game, drag notes onto the staff and create your own musical score.

Parrot Phrases

This call-and-response game is a fun way to practice the piano and learn about musical notes.


Identify the right note and click it as fast as you can!

Piano Chord Ear Trainer

This music tool teaches kids to recognize different piano chords by ear.