- Classical Music Pages: Tchaikovsky
- brief biography, detailed description of works and picture gallery
- Song Text
- song text to selected songs by Tchaikovsky
- biography and midis of Tchaikovsky's works
- biography, list of works and links
- good source of midis
- some midis
- Bach, JS
- Extremely comprehensive study of Bach. Includes biographies, tourist guides, portraits, timelines, complete works,
recommended recordings and much more.
- Bach's Drawing Board
- Includes his life, works, music midis and much more
- Beethoven, Ludwig van
- My favorite composer site on the web. Contains almost everything you can imagine about beethoven. From
pictures to the Heiligenstadter Testament, to letters address to the "Immortal Beloved." It's a must see!
- Thorough study of Chopin-- contains biographies, midis, complete list of works, notes, essays, reviews and
quotes of and about Chopin. It's a must see!
- Faure, Gabriel
- An elegant and informative site dedicated to Gabriel Faure. Highly recommended.
- Grieg, Edvard
- This is the site of the Edvard Grieg Museum at Grieg's home Troldhaugen in
Bergen, Norway. Purpose of this site was to enable interested visitors to listen to the music of the composer, but
also to show the surroundings in which he worked.
- Mozart, Amadeus
- "The Mozart Experience": pictures, midis, links, biographies, works, plot summeries of his operas and much more!
- Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay
- Well constructed, informative and entertaining site dedicated to Rimsky-Korsakov.
- Shostakovich, Dmitri
- Alexandre Hohmann's tribute to the greatest composer of the 20th century. Shostie fans: this is where you ought
to be!! :)
- WWW Classical Music Library
- HIGHLY RECOMMENDED: links to almost all music related pages on the web, sorted by composer, musicians..etc.
- David Oistrakh
- Includes David Oistrakh, the legendary Russian violinist, and information
concerning the Harvard orchestra
- Nathan Milstein
- An elegant and informative site about one of my favorite Russian violinists.
- Carnegie Hall
- Concert dates, history, programs, interviews with musicians.
All the humiliation musicians can endure!
- Lincoln Center
- Find out what Lincoln center has to offer in the 98-99 season!
- Metropolitan Opera
- Find out about Met Opera's 98-99 season programs
- New York Philharmonic
- Home of the New York Philharmonic and music director Kurt Masur
- Jeffrey Radcliff's wonderful site exploring minimalism and medieval music.
- School of Music: Julliard
- Camus, Albert
- Essays, interpretations, commentaries on and by humanist writer Albert Camus
- Camus, Albert
- Explores the works and philosophy of humanist writer Albert Camus
- Camus, Albert
- Contains quotes, timeline of Albert Camus.
- Camus, Albert (Speech)
- Camus' 1947 speech "The Artist as a Witness of Freedom"
- Camus, Albert (Nobel Prize Laureate 1957)
- Nobel Prize homage to Albert Camus. Contains biography, prize presentation, his acceptance speech,
and Swedish Nobel Stamps.
- Camus Studies Association
- North-American branch of the SOCIÉTÉ DES ÉTUDES CAMUSIENNES. Its purpose is to facilitate worldwide
communication and research on the life and work of Albert Camus (1913-1960). Sign up to be a member.
- Camus, quotes
- quotes taken from Myth of Sisyphus and other essays
- Camus, more quotes
- Quotes taken from the The Fall and various sources.
- Thorough, comprehensive website detailing existentialist thoughts and philosophers by Christopher Scott Wyatt
- Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von
- Works and philosophy of German philosopher, writer, playwright Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
- Klimt, Gustav
- This web museum displays works of Gustav Klimt, a famous Viennese artist. His notable works include
Beethoven Frieze and The Kiss
- Shakespeare Mystery
- There has been many strong evidence about why Shakespeare was NOT the Stratfordian from Avon,
rather, he may be Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford. See PBS's frontline articles for yourself.
- T.S. Eliot Shrine
- Works of TS Eliot
- B&W speakers
- Looking for a decent pair of speakers? check B&W out. Britain's #1 audiospeakers.
- HTML Writer
- This is the HTML programmer I use to build my web pages. It is an easy to use, notepad enhanced program. It is
my favorite HTML programmer so far.
- Homepages of or related to friends and school.
- New York Times online
- Flip through world-reknown NY Times articles
- Quote Land
- Playground for quote fanatics such as myself
- Radio station links
- Links to thousands of radio stations world-wide. Download Real Audio Player for free and you can enjoy these
stations, including NYC's WQXR!! :)
- Sheep Homepage
- Homepage about sheeps. For sheep craze.