Blues Directory - Directory style collection of more than 2,200 blues links, organized in categories like bands and artists, festivals, lyrics and tabs, clubs, record labels, blues societies, radio programs, sound files, etc.
eLyrics.net: Song Lyrics - "One of the largest song lyrics destination on the net, providing access to more than 700,000 lyrics from around 40,000 artists/bands since 2000. All our content are updated or submitted by our visitors. You can either browse our lyrics database or use our Google powered search engine to find song lyrics with just a small portion of lyrics you remember or heard on the radio or by simply an artist name, song name."
emplive - The Experience Music Project in Seattle, Wash., was conceived as a place to expose people to different types of music, as well as to encourage musical experimentation and education. "emplive.com," themuseum's official site, continues this effort.
Essentials of Music - A collaboration between Sony Classical and publisher W.W. Norton & Company, the site provides an introduction to classical music. Users will find overviews of six main periods in music history, short composer biographies augmented by over 200 audio music samples, and a glossary of over 200 music-related terms.
ezFolk - An online study guide for learning how to play guitar and the banjo. Site currently contains over 300 pages of tablature, tutorials, and more.
Harry's Blues Lyrics Online - site lists lyrics of over 2,500 blues songs, arranged by artist and title, with Real Audio soundclips provided for approximately half of the entries. In addition, the site provides information on guitar tabs and chords, and blues history.
History in Song - site provides the lyrics to over 300 songs about American history, many with social and/or historical commentary to put the tunes into perspective. Songs are listed alphabetically by title, by songwriter/artist, and by subject/time period. Subjects include Songs of the Sea, The Railroad in American Song, Tragedies and Disasters, and Outlaws and Badmen (and -women). Time span is from the American Revolution through the 1960s.
Jazz: A History of America's Music - The companion site to the PBS file 'Jazz' by Ken Burns. This page features biographies of nearly 100 premiere artists in the field of jazz music, from Louis Armstrong to Lester Young.
Jazz Improvisation Primer - "This is the online version of my text, A Jazz Improvisation Primer. Here you can find information on almost every topic relating to jazz improvisation, from jazz history to music theory to practical advice on playing in a group."
Jazz Reviews - Quick reviews of the latest jazz releases, audio clips and a "jazzography" section of artists on film. Jazz Review is eager to show you why it is that jazz makes the world go 'round.
Lovely Music - music by Robert Ashley, John Cage, Meredith Monk, Pauline Oliveros, and your other favorite avant-garde composers.
Lyrichord Discs Inc. - information on over 160 traditional World and Early Music recordings, artists, complete liner notes, artist bios, articles & interviews reprinted, lists of suggested further reading on various World and Early music topics.
Lyrics.com - lyrics to hundreds of songs listed by artist
LyricSearch.com - a search engine for lyrics; search by artist, song, album name or lyric.
Music Dictionary Online - Our Music Dictionary Online explains words and terms you may meet when reading musical scores, books about music or programme notes on CDs or at concerts. We have made it more comprehensive, by providing copious links to supplementary material in our own Music Theory Online resource, our Musical e-Monographs and external websites.
Red Hot Jazz Archive - A history of Jazz before 1930 - Multimedia site providing audio and video clips for the music that gave the Jazz Age its name. There are biographical entries for bands and individual musicians, and sections containing bibliography and scholarly essays.