Diigo Bookmarks: Week Ending May 7, 2011
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Wordlings Creates Beautiful Word Clouds
Musopen (www.musopen.org) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit focused on improving access and exposure to music by creating free resources and educational materials. We provide recordings, sheet music, and textbooks to the public for free, without copyright restrictions. Put simply, our mission is to set music free.
This is an incomplete list of full length copyleft/public domain musical works available on Wikipedia or Wikimedia Commons, with special emphasis on works that are (or should be) linked in Wikipedia articles. It may take a while for this page to load in your browser.
Free Classical Music Downloads – Last.fm
Classical.com Guide to Classical Music
Beginner’s Guide to Classical film music, music history, and great composers – Classical.com Classical.com – unlimited listening
Music in Our World
Elements of music, Arab music, early European music, African music, Baroque music, Music of India, Indonesian music, music of Latin America, Classical and Romantic music, 20th-century music
Baroque Music Page
What is baroque music?
Why it is so rewarding
A Baroque Music Sampler
Baroque Composers’ Portraits
Rare Baroque Instruments
Anne Easter Smith is an award-winning historical novelist whose research and writing concentrates on England in the 15th century. Meticulous historical research, rich period detail, and compelling female protagonists combine to provide the reader with a sweeping portrait of England in the time of the Wars of the Roses.
The Richard III Society
… the purpose and indeed the strength of the Richard III Society derive from the belief that the truth is more powerful than lies – a faith that even after all these centuries the truth is important. It is proof of our sense of civilised values that something as esoteric and as fragile as reputation is worth campaigning for.
Richard III Society – American Branch
This volunteer-maintained site is sponsored by the American Branch of the England-based Richard III Society and devoted to the study of
* King Richard III, last of the medieval English kings
* the Wars of the Roses, a dynastic struggle in the later middle ages that pitted Yorkist against Lancastrian
* fifteenth-century England and its culture
* the reputation of Richard III in history, literature, and drama, especially Shakespeare.
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