The word music is a noun. Music means (1) musical activity (singing or whistling etc.), (2) punishment for one's actions, (3) any agreeable (pleasing and harmonious) sounds, (4) (music) the sounds produced by singers or musical instruments (or reproductions of such sounds), (5) an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word music.
Visit this music instructor directory for information about music instructors in the United States of America. The illustration on this page depicts a piano teacher and her student sitting at a piano.
Browse this vocal music instructor directory for information about vocal music instructors in the United States of America. The photo on this page shows a young woman taking a singing lesson from an instructor.
Site produced and maintained by the William and Gayle Cook Music Library of the Indiana University School of Music. Information on individual musicians including popular, composers, groups, performance, research, journals, and the commercial world of music.
This is the America Online site for music. Here users can find information about artists, see music videos, listen to songs, get news about the music world, Internet radio, free downloads, and more. Users do not have to be AOL members.
Warner Music Group (WMG), also known as Warner Music, is a major American record company. Its properties include some rather successful recording labels. It comprises recorded music, music publishing, and artist services.
Since its founding in 1939, this organization has been building a national community for new American music. It strives to foster and encourage the composition of contemporary American music and to promote its production, publication, distribution and performance in every way possible throughout the Western Hemisphere.
Musical keyboards have depressible keys that are tuned to produce different notes. The keyboard is fairly straightforward to learn and the first instrument of choice for many.
Nashville, Tennessee, where country music is inspired, created, recorded and performed, provides a unique musical entertainment experience, celebrated throughout the city's diverse cultural and entertainment offerings, and presented in an authentic, friendly, and unpretentious atmosphere. The Nashville Convention & Visitors Corporation brands and markets Nashville as an entertainment destination for travelers who seek authentic and unique leisure and convention experiences.
On Jamendo artists distribute their music under Creative Commons licenses, which allows downloading, remixing, and sharing music for free. Users can listen to, download, and write reviews of the music. Writers and musicians are given an opportunity to have their music gain a wider audience. The website also contains blogs and news about new albums.
This is an online music site that competes with itunes. It is a source for downloading music to MP3 players and iPods. The website provides information about subscribing and has offers for free downloads of music and videos.
This website is the major source for downloads to Apple iPods, Macs, iPhones, and other Apple products. The site also contains information about all Apple products, including how to purchase refurbished iPods and other products. The music downloads include music, video, TV shows, and more. There is also information about using the products and how to download and news about new products.
Ogg Vorbis is an audio compression format, roughly comparable to other formats such as MP3, VQF, AAC, and other digital audio formats. It is different in that it is free, open, and unpatented. Ogg Vorbis is intended to replace all other proprietary, patented formats. On the website, users can find music sites that use Ogg Vorbis, find information about how it works, and get set up with it.
Visit this musical instrument supplies manufacturer directory for information about musical instrument supplies manufacturers in the United States of America. The photo on this page shows a musical tuning fork.