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- Sing along with your favorite songs.
Ted's Virtual Guitar
Play a virtual guitar online.
Air Concert - Listen to kids from around the world playing songs they
wrote. You can also listen to kids playing their own instruments, or singing a
Composers - A site where people
under the age of 39 can submit their own musical compositions in MIDI format for
the world to hear. Includes a searchable archive of past songs and a discussion
- Play a flute or bang on a timpani.
The site offers an introduction to orchestral instruments. Test your knowledge
in Name That Woodwind or become a virtuoso by playing an interactive instrument
Dallas Symphony Orchestra Music Room - There many different things to do here. Learn about the instruments of the orchestra and how to make your own instruments at home. Also there are several cool games on this site like the Time Machine Game and Beethoven's Baseball.
Day in Music History - Find out what happened on this day in music
- Choose the letters you hope will make
up the secret word.
Select different musical contours using the arrow buttons under each box. You
can hear the "shape" of each contour by clicking on the picture. Press
"play" to hear how you've shaped the music!
Playing (with) Music
Use your mouse to change the tempo and dynamics of music by Beethoven.
Musical Puzzles -
Choose a puzzle by clicking on one of the three "notes" on the left.
Listen to the music by clicking on "PLAY". Each ball contains a phrase
of music. Click on each ball to hear each musical phrase. Drag the balls to the
"hopscotch" board to put the musical phrases in the right order. Click
"OK" to see if you've solved the puzzle!
Roll the cursor around the cartoon to animate it with images and music!
- To draw music on the screen, click on
the pencil, choose an instrument and draw on any of the 6 lines of the
percussion score. To listen to your composition, click on the conductor. This
will bring up a QuickTime player where you can play back your music.
Musical Sketch Pad - To draw music on the screen,
click on the pencil to activate the "sketch" mode. Choose an
instrument and draw on the sketch pad. To listen to the composition you've
sketched, click on the conductor. This will bring up a QuickTime player where
you can play back your music.
Dance School - This game exercises memory and recall
using a musical theme, but because it is animated it can also be played without
putting great emphasis on the notes (especially with younger children). Listen
and watch the characters and then click on the characters to match the pattern.
- Stay out of the doghouse by repeating
the note patterns the kitty plays. For one player.
Essentials of Music Theory Online Crossword Puzzle
Complete the Online Crossword Puzzle to discover the different terms and
concepts introduced in Volume 1 of Alfred's Essentials of Music Theory. Have
fun! For one player. This is a tough one.
Music for Little Mozarts Memory Game
Master your concentration skills while learning about music. For one player.
- Throw three darts per round to
accumulate points, then answer a music-related question correctly to subtract
those points from your score. You win when you have exactly zero points. You
have ten rounds to reduce your score to zero in a single-player game, or be the
first player to reach zero points in a two-player game. For one or two players.
Junkyard Jam - One of my favorite sites. Help
Mickey (the conductor) and make music by clicking on the characters.
Friends at Hoppy Hill
- Click on animals and hear
different sounds. Then record and playback the sounds to create your own musical
Watch this "groovy" drum instructor at NetGames as he pats out rhythms
on the drums. Then copy him to test your skill at this music memory game. Fun
PianoMouse Cheese Factory - Great game for more advanced students. Name the correct note on the staff and give Pianomouse the cheese. If you answer incorrectly, Puccini the cat gets the cheese instead! This game gets four stars from us.
Cats - Listen to the alley cats sing and
copy them. This is a music memory game with three levels of difficulty. It's a
lot of fun for music lovers (and cat lovers) of all ages!!
Dr. Strad's Violin
- Help Dr. Strad put his violin
back together. First you have to click on his dialogue bubble a few times before
the puzzle appears. Visit this website and hear string music, and learn about
string instruments, while putting together a puzzle.
Tales Music Memory Game -
This really cool site is fun for all ages! After the game downloads, click on
spinning musical recordings, each with a different tune. Match the tunes and
score big points. This game has different levels of difficulty.
- Click on stair steps to play scales
and click on flowers to play intervals. Enter Hop Pop Town and have fun!
Patience is needed before the image appears.
- Slide your curser across the
Wubbies and make them sing. Make up your own songs or play the Wubbie's
favorites by following the Wubbie notation. For the young at heart.
and Friends - Sing along with Barney and his friends.
Barney and Friends - Sing along with Barney and his friends.
Arthur's Music Box - Listen to Arthur's music while doing a puzzle.
Sagwa's Musical Lanterns - Create your own song or play the lantern matching game.
- Listen and click on the characters to complete this jazz beat.
Of The Box - Go to Disney's
"Out of the Box" site. You will find a Sing Along activity, a
Dance Along activity and you can play in the Saucepan Jam.
Out Of The Box - Go to Disney's "Out of the Box" site. You will find a Sing Along activity, a Dance Along activity and you can play in the Saucepan Jam.
Polie Olie Band - Go to
Disney.com web site and hear the Rolie Polie Olie Band. Click on the
family members to stop or start them from playing their instruments.
Pooh's Musical Honey Pots - Help Pooh make a song by clicking on the honey pots.
Frogs on a Log - Here is another musical band, but this time it's the frogs who provide the music! Click the "Play Now" button to go to the games. Then click the "Music" tab. Then click the frog to play the game.
Oswald's Piano - Play the piano with Oswald to help him play a song for his dog. Click the "Play Now" button to go to the games. Then click the "Music" tab. Then click the Oswald (the blue guy) to play the game.
Blue's Clues Music Maker - Match the musical instruments to complete a pattern. Click the "Play Now" button to go to the games. Then click the "Music" tab. Click on Joe to play the game.
80's Music Game
O.K. parents, how well do you remember the groups of the 80's. Test your
Music Trivia -
Play games to test your knowledge of composers, instruments, musical
occupations, elements, and terms.
I've screened the games
but sites change over time, so please
E-MAIL ME! to let me know if you have any problems or if you want to add a
favorite music game of your own. Have fun!!