Resources

Links

  • Alfred Online : One of those trusted names in music resource publishing.
  • All Musicals : Great site to search for musicals alphabetically along with song lyrics from songs from each show.
  • Any Song Lyrics : Searchable interface to find song lyrics by title, artist, and more.
  • BackStage Utah : For the Utah Theater Addict, this site contains information about shows and auditions with local resources and message boards.
  • Boosey & Hawkes : The online catalog of the famous music publishers with a comprehensive range of vocal music, complete opera scores, and libretti.
  • Broadway II : Well made Broadway minus tracks.
  • Broadway Sessions : Broadway Sessions YouTube channel
  • Caleb Chapman Music : For nearly a decade, Caleb Chapman has been turning heads with his professional bands made up of unlikely members - young musicians aged 14-18!
  • Choral Arts Society of Utah : The Choral Arts Society of Utah Master Chorale is an eclectic group of people who gather weekly to share their common passion for singing. Founded in 1997, the choir has grown to a membership of 100+ members under the leadership of founder and Music Director, Sterling Poulson.
  • Classical Vocal Repertoire : The web site of Classical Vocal Reprints, a specialty print music dealer and publisher of vocal music. It was founded in 1987 to bring back classical vocal music that had long been out of print and lost to the repertoire. Besides an online reprint catalog of over 3,000 titles, they also have an archive of 80,000 titles, 500 opera scores, and 800 out-of-print anthologies. The site has an e-mail search facility for works not in the online catalog.
  • Day Murray Music : One of my favorite local Salt Lake City resources for choral, vocal, and piano music.
  • Dolmetsch Online : This site is one of the most comprehensive music resources I have found online.
  • Hal Leonard Online : One of the leading music publishers.
  • I Write The Music : This site is dedicated to songwriters, interpreters, composers, and improvers.
  • Indie-Music : A site focused on connecting the industry, musicians, and fans.
  • IVTOM : The International Voice Teachers of Mix (IVTOM) endeavors to provide an opportunity for education and association to MIX voice teachers, who strive to teach a natural, unaffected, beautiful and healthy vocal production. IVTOM seeks a return to pure bel canto singing (MIX) in all vocal styles.
  • Mountain Jubilee Chorus : Mountain Jubilee Chorus is a non-profit organization with over 95 members — a diverse group of women whose paths in life are as unique as our personalities. They are united in sharing the love of music and are devoted to the art of four-part barbershop harmony singing. In addition to local performances, they compete with and support some 700 chapters throughout the Sweet Adeline world.
  • Musical Librettos : Alphabetical listing of musical lyrics and librettos
  • Musical Theater Resources : The title is self-explanatory.
  • Musical Theatre Auditions : This is a great database to find a song that would work best for an audition. You can search by type of piece, gender, vocal range, age range, show name and composer, as well as time period.
  • Musicals 101 : Current listing of the latest website for musical theater and film.
  • MusicNotes : Sheet music galore!
  • National Center for Voice and Speech : Conducts research, educates vocologists, disseminates information about voice and speech, and provides referral services in order to help people around the world enjoy healthy and effective vocal communications.
  • NATS : An organization that encourages the highest standards of the vocal art and of ethical principles in the teaching of singing; and promotes vocal education and research at all levels, both for the enrichment of the general public and for the professional advancement of the talented.
  • New Musical Theater : Great site to browse and purchase new musical theater music by artist, range, genre, show and style.
  • Now Playing Utah : This is a great hub for arts enthusiasts to see what's happening in Utah.
  • One Voice Children's Choir : One Voice Children's Choir is the former 2002 Winter Olympic Children's Choir. They continue to share their light within through inspirational music composed and arranged by their director Masa Fukuda. The choir consists of 120 children from Salt Lake and Utah Valley.
  • ProSound Performance Music : This site has exceptionally-produced backing tracks for vocalists.
  • Ricci Adams' Music Theory : This is a simple interface that helps you work on general music lessons, ear training, and chord calculations.
  • Salt Lake Children's Choir : The Salt Lake Children's Choir, founded in the fall of 1979 by Ralph B. Woodward, as long regarded as one of the finest ensembles of its kind in the nation. The choir consists of boys and girls, generally between the ages of 8 and 15, who hail from the Salt Lake Valley and nearby communities.
  • Salt Lake Choral Artists : Salt Lake Choral Artists (SLCA) is a community choir that consists of five groups - a large concert choir of 150 voices, a chamber choir of 57 voices, the Salt Lake Vocal Aritsts consisting of 40 voices, a children's choir of 40 voices, and a women's choir of 47 voices. SLCA offers four or five concerts every season, performed in the Libby Gardner Concert Hall at the University of Utah.
  • Salt Lake Men's Choir : The Salt Lake Men’s Choir is one of Utah’s oldest member-supported arts organizations. For 28 years they have been bringing diversity to Salt Lake City through song.
  • Sheet Music Plus : If you are looking for very specific sheet music, this site is a comprehensive store with advance searching.
  • SongText : International lyrics server.
  • Speech Level Singing : The official site for the Speech Level Singing technique I teach. A complete program for training your voice.
  • Stage Agent : A community for the performers and producers of musicals, plays, and opera.
  • Thayer's : These are natural remedies recommended for singers to maintain good vocal health.
  • The Aria Database : Comprehensive descriptions of over 1000 arias.
  • The Lied and Song Texts Archive : Armed with a strong knowledge of computer science and music, Canadian Emily Ezust has built a remarkable searchable archive of art song lyrics. You can browse by composer or poet and search by first line, title or key words.
  • The Metropolitan Opera : Everything you want to know about the Met.
  • Thea van der Putten's Recommended Repertoire for Singers : Listings for lied, oratorio and opera.
  • UCLA Music Library : This Music Library serves as the center for music research, study, and enjoyment at UCLA.
  • Vocalist : International mailing list and free resources for singers and singing teachers.
  • Yale University Music Library : The Yale University Music Library, is one of the world's leading research libraries, collects, organizes, preserves, and provides access to and services for a rich and unique record of human thought and creativity.

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