Sites listed here offer information and lessons on musical theory and composition. This includes sites that offer online instructions for reading and writing music, and lessons on musical notation, terms and definitions.

Sites are appropriate for, and of interest to, children under the age of 18. All sites are either educational, reference oriented, or informational in nature.

A.D.A.M. Music School
[ Kids/Teens ] Offers free online music lessons for beginners. Registration required.
Elements of Music Notation
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Basic introduction to reading music. Learn note names, clefs, staff, and signs. Worksheets with answer keys included.
Happy Note
[ Kids/Teens ] Offers computer games that allow kids to learn how to read music in a fun way.
Introduction to Reading Music
[ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] Uses simple terms to introduce the most important topics in reading music.
Java Music Theory
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Java applets designed to help students of music improve their basic music reading skills.
The Music Lab
[ Kids ] Games and animated lessons teach tempo, rhythm, pitch harmony, symbols and instrumentation.
Music Theory
[ Mature Teens ] Articles, online reference books, interactive exercises, and questions.
Robin Maynes: Quizzes
[ Teens ] Features online quizzes including dynamics, key signatures, note recognition and symbol identification.
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