Pupil Resources

http://www.musictheory.net/

Basic music theory for beginners or those wanting to brush up their knowledge and fill any gaps :-)

Just be aware that it uses American terminology for note lengths: whole notes=semibreves, half notes=minims, quarter notes=crotchets, eighth notes=quavers, sixteenth notes=semiquavers. (If you're a music professional it's good to know both names anyway).


The Lied, Art Song, and Choral Texts Archive

A must-use site for all classical singers - has texts and translations to Lieder, mélodies, art songs, choral pieces, and other vocal music.


Thetamusic Music Training Games

Brilliant website with free ear-training games to improve your musicianship.


http://www.good-ear.com/

Free ear-training exercises - practice identifying chords etc. A simple and fast system that you can fit in anytime.


Voicedoctor.net

A fascinating website for singers of all genres - has videos of the vocal chords in action and videos/photos/information of vocal injuries and disorders.


PianoVoiceOpera.com/Resources/Vocalises

Absolutely fantastic website with free downloads of mp3 singing exercise piano accompaniments for all voice types. And finally at a good speed! Enjoy :)


http://www.musicteachers.co.uk/resources/general

This page has links to practice aural tests for grades 1-5 but useful for any singers regardless whether you are taking exams or not.


http://www.teachingappz.co.uk/

Musical apps particularly for beginners and children to learn music. Including the fabulous Blob chorus ear training!