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If you are a music teacher and have piano keyboards in your classroom try this great online resource at pianolessons.com
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Found another gem. The Chicago Symphony has a wonderful site for those interested in learning more about famous musical masterpieces and composers that created them. It is called “Beyond the Score” and has their own website as well as a YouTube site for more listening. Video is included. Great stuff. You can watch and download files for class use.