ERIC, the Educational Resource Information Center contains more than 1,300,000 records along with references for additional information, citations and abstracts. Contains more than 323,000 full-text documents beginning with coverage from 1966.
Music theory is the foundation of music, including the complex language that is interpreted to make melodious sounds. Understanding music theory involves reading music and the notations and phrases needed to write or play music.
The goal is to build a free, open source, content rich, commercially viable portal serving the children's music industry, enabling all members of the community to expand the reach of their expertise through cooperation and knowledge sharing.
Since 1951, American Music Teacher has led the way by providing articles, reviews and regular columns that inform, educate and challenge music teachers and foster excellence in the music teaching profession.
Original articles about all phases of music education in schools and communities, professional philosophy and practical techniques and current teaching and learning aimed at all persons engaged in music teaching or other music educational work.
A bimonthly professional magazine covering all levels of music education, focusing on practical articles in specialty categories, including General Music, Band, Orchestra, Chorus, Early Childhood, Technology, Advocacy, Research, etc.