Here’s a great collection of educational materials from the Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall, including a digital library of lesson plans, worksheets, audio and video resources, and interactive listening guides. Also on the site are interactive games and videos, including a terrific game version of Benjamin Britten’s “The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra“! Highly recommended!
This resource was submitted by Freebie Finder Roseann Johnson, who commented:
“There are four interactive links on this page. I have not explored them all but my favorite is the Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra. This interactive game teaches about each instrument in Britten’s Young Person’s guide. It teaches about pitch, how low and high pitches are made, the shape of instruments, what materials make the instruments, the sounds and range of each instrument, the names of each part of the instruments, where they sit in the orchestra, and so much more! It reviews concepts over and over again so the kids really learn and retain the information. “
Click here to go to the site!