A virtuoso clarinet performance on TV, John Robert Brown playing Weber.

Smalls Jazz Club, New York. Watch an evening's performance.

About Last Night, Terry Teachout on the arts in New York City.

John Adams, contemporary composer.

Greg Anderson, pianist with outstanding reviews.

Arnold Schoenberg Centre, a large - and growing - site in English and German.

Arts and Letters Daily, source of great thought provoking material.

Eddie Ashton. Inventor of revolutionary 'Superpads' for wind instruments.

Daniel Barenboim.

Mel Bay publishing, who publish two of JRB's books.

BBC Radio Four, interviews include Arnold, Glass, Previn, Tippett, RVW.

BBC Radio Jazz interviews, include Goodman, Mulligan, Dankworth

The Leonard Bernstein Collection, Library of Congress.

Birmingham Contemporary Music Group.

Birmingham, Symphony Hall.

British Music Information Centre

Britten-Pears foundation

Jazz My Two Cents Worth

Concert Halls of the World

City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.

Clarinet and Saxophone Society.

Bruce Crowther, novelist, playwright, music critic.

Madeleine Dring (1923-1977), composer, pianist.

Fine Arts Brass.

Folk High Schools, Norway.

Freehand sheet music downloads.

David Friedman, top percussionist.

Granta magazine publishes new writing - fiction, personal history, reportage and inquiring journalism - four times a year.

Urban Hansson, Swedish jazz composer and musician.

Clive James, top class model of what a website can be.

Jazz Museum in Harlem, run by Loren Schoenberg.

Emma Johnson, renowned clarinettist.

Nikolai Kapustin, Russian composer and pianist.

Keeping Score, San Francisco Symphony's programme designed to make classical music more accessible.

Leeds Cafe Scientifique was the first in the UK, in 1998.

Leeds International Piano Competition.

Leeds Lieder +, the brainchild of soprano Jane Anthony.

Lyons Clarinet, and successful composer Graham Lyons.

John Mackey, American composer.

Doug McKenzie Jazz Piano site.

Muza Kawasaki Hall, Tokyo, one of the world's great concert halls.

Navigating Musical Careers, Shepherd School of Music, Rice University.

Naxos, the world's leading classical music label.

Newmusicbox, web magazine from the American Music Center.

New Yorker Magazine.

New York Jazz Clubs

New York Philharmonic

NPR's Jazz Profiles which include Hoagy Carmichael, Bill Evans, Melba Liston and many others…

The Philharmonia site, with informative pages about orchestral layout.

Phonographs and old records.

Prestini musical instruments and reeds

Doug Ramsey, prize-winning American print and broadcast journalist.

Alex Ross, New Yorker music critic.

The Orchestra; a Users Manual.

Saxtet Publications, saxophone music.

Loren Schoenberg, great jazz educator, communicator, writer.

Maria Schneider, Grammy-winning composer.

Ian Scott, Principal Clarinet of the Royal Ballet Sinfonia, London has a couple of beautifully played, enterprising and original CDs with the Royal Ballet Sinfonia.

Sequenza 21, The Contemporary Classical Music Community.

Six thousand cylinder recordings,, from 1890 onwards, at the University of California Cylinder Preservation and Digitisation Project website.

Nicolas Slonimsky gives a riotuous lecture at Berkeley Piano Club, 1971

Teatro La Fenice, famous Venetian opera house and The Fenice Historical Archive.

Michael Tilson Thomas.

Blair Tindall, New York oboist and writer, author of Mozart in the Jungle

Ruud van Eeten. Contemporary Dutch composer/conductor.

Warwick Music, publishers.

Alec Wilder, site; more than 100 sound files.

YouTube, fast-growing website. Use the site search function. Clips of Martha Argerich, Leonard Bernstein, Julian Bream, Michael Buble, Benny Goodman, Vladimir Horowitz, Spike Jones, Wynton Marsalis, Charlie Parker, Oscar Peterson, Simon Rattle, Art Tatum, Joe Venuti/Eddie Lang, Paul Whiteman with rubberlegs Al Norman, Mel Torme, Nancy Wilson, etc.

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