This article is from the Piano Internet Resources FAQ, by Isako Hoshino email@example.com with numerous contributions by others.
The following provide numerous references to other sources
of music-related information:
* Carnegie Mellon University Internet index (Lycos).
Good for searching on word matches.
Select "enhance your search". Then type in the search words,
such as "piano dealer" or "concert pianist".
Select "match any term" and change it to "match on all terms".
Then select "search".
http://lycos.cs.cmu.edu or http://www.lycos.com
Good for searching by category.
Select "arts" or "entertainment". Then select "music".
At that point you may key in the word "piano" and select
"search", or you may continue downward by sub-catetories,
such as "instruments", then "companies".
* Library of Congress.
telnet: marvel.loc.gov Log on as marvel.
* The Piano Education Page.
* Indiana University School of Music.
Chose Music Resources on the Internet.
* Galaxy internet directory service.
On menus choose Leisure and Recreation, Music.
* Patrck's Musicians' Referral Page
looking for musicians? looking for a band to join?
equipment for sale?
* Classical music resources
* Music Trades Magazine
features a wide array of statistics as well as
late-breaking industry news and feature articles