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listening through time - NY Phil Podcast


Violin “This website is a literal musical buffet for teachers, students and anyone interested in just about anything to do with the violin.” is a one stop site offering educational tutorials in a variety of formats for violinists of every stage of learning has been providing violin fans with exciting and relevant content since 2009. Included in the website is a distinctive collection of interviews with noted artists young and old, with a special section for up-and-coming musicians.  is a nonprofit website that focuses on providing videos featuring lessons from world renowned violinist Kurt Sassmannshaus, who founded the website in 2004. “Welcome to The Strad's website, where you'll find more than 9,000 articles carefully selected from our 129-year history.

With dedicated sections for players, teachers and luthiers, there is plenty of content to inform and inspire you, whatever your involvement in the string world.” is the website for Strings Magazine. There is a good deal of free content on their website, such as their newsletter and some articles and reviews. ideas and resources for the 21st century string/orchestra classroom resource list provided by Johnson String Instruments lesson ideas and worksheets


podcast: The Jazz Violin Podcast is a monthly podcast by violinist Matt Holborn, interviewing a different violinist each month!

Podcast: The Inspired Adventurepreneur Podcast, Anastasia Allison, the nationally acclaimed violinist for The Musical Mountaineers (a duo that climbs mountains carrying a violin and, yes, a piano), brings you mountain-infused inspiration to help you go from stuck to summit in every area of your life.

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My favorite source these past 6 month has been “Ask Augustin”, available on Augustine Hadelich YouTube Channel. The channel also has recordings of various pieces that he recorded playing both violin part and accompaniment.

Oh, and this video too! So fun!



Double Bass

Websites and Blogs:

International Society of Bassists

Gollihur Music Bass Exploration Page

International Society of Bassists: Resources

Double Bass Blog Classical Double Bass Resources


Local Bass Repairs:

Emory Clements.  678-677-1530

If the student is renting, they might get free repairs from their shop. If not, try to find a local luthier.


YouTube Channels and Videos

James Barket Youtube Channel

Lauren Pierce Bass Youtube Channel


Xavier Foley Youtube Channel

Discover Double Bass Youtube Channel






Flute world

JL Smith Co



north ga band

jennifer cluff

flute talk magazing and podcast

flute unscripted podcast

Flute 360 Podcast

talking flutes podcast

The Flutecast

The Fluteview Podcast



- The Woodwind Fingering Guide (

- The Flute View (online magazine)

- The Flute Examiner (blog)


Repair Technicians

- Missy Mahon 

- Adam Pettry (

- Keren Barr (

- Carere Music (



Double reed dish podcast ( oboe and bassoon interviews)

Eugene Izotov’s Youtube Channel

The Virtual Oboe Competition YouTube Channel

International Double Reed Society for sheetmusic.


Clarinet     This is a great, easy to use app for students to play together and create a recording.  The free version is limited to quartets, but there is a revision coming Sept. 4 that will allow up to 16 participants with their paid service.  It was written during the covid time by 2 people who had graduated from Johns Creek High School several years ago.


The Clarineat Podcast  Many very interesting interviews with famous clarinet players and musicians.  The latest is "Beyond Talent: Creating a Successful Career in Music" with Angela Myles Beeching    Jenny Maclay has a blog and weekly newsletter with lot of interesting articles about clarinet.


YouTube Channel of Earspasm Music   This is a fantastic collection of videos by Michael Lowenstern, who is a fantastic clarinet and bass clarinet player.  His videos are educational, always very enjoyable, and many times funny.


Rodriguez Musical Services is the best source for new and used clarinets and clarinet repair.   It is owned by Heather and Alcides Rodriguez.  Alcides is the bass clarinetist in the Atlanta Symphony, and a fantastic player.  He personally goes over all their repairs and the clarinets that they sell.


Weiner Music    and Woodwind Brasswind   are both good sources for ordering reeds and accessories on the web.  If you get on their email list, you will often get discount codes for 5 – 15% off.





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