Online Resources for Teaching Musicology

Online Resources for Teaching Musicology

(Last updated October 18, 2021)

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Analyzing Classical Form (examples)
William E. Caplin

Applied Harmony
Just Musicians

Basics of Classical Harmony & Counterpoint (YouTube)
Seth Monahan

Companion Website for Beyond the Score: Music as Performance

C. P. E. Bach: The Complete Works
The Packard Humanities Institute

Bloomsbury Music and Sound

Child Composers (YouTube)
Videos for Child Composers in the Old Conservatories

Composers of Color Resource Project

Digitale Mozart-Edition (DME)
Internationale Stiftung Mozarteum

Digital Resources for Musicology (DRM)
Center for Computer Assisted Research in the Humanities

Expanding the Music Theory Canon
Paula Maust

Gaffurius Codices Online (GCO)
Schola Cantorum Basiliensis

The Hector Berlioz Website
Monir Tayeb and Michel Austin

Integrated Musicianship: A Theory and Aural Skills Method
Sean Butterfield and Miranda Wilson

Integrated Musicianship: Aural Skills
Miranda Wilson

Integrated Musicianship: Theory
Sean Butterfield

International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP)
Petrucci Music Library

Jacob Gran’s YouTube channel
On Schenkerian analysis and species counterpoint

Josquin Research Project
Center for Computer Assisted Research in the Humanities

Monuments of Partimenti and Monuments of Solfeggi
Robert O. Gjerdingen

Music in the Galant Style (audio files)
Robert O. Gjerdingen

Music Theory Examples by Women

Music Theory for the 21st-Century Classroom
Robert Hutchinson

Musical Harmony: Theory with Examples from Piano Repertoire
Hrvoje Staneković

Open Music Theory
Kris Shaffer, Bryn Hughes, and Brian Moseley

Tonal Theory Supplemental Examples
Timothy Cutler

Web Library of Seventeenth-Century Music (WLSCM)
Society for Seventeenth-Century Music

Westergaardian Species Counterpoint Online
Robert Snarrenberg

World Music Textbook