Every other month Saxophone Journal brings you the kind of technical information and news you need to improve your playing. Each issue now contains a saxophone play-along or masterclass compact disc, as well as, regular columns on jazz improvisation, playing techniques, tips on doubling, career management, new publications, writing for saxophones, teaching techniques, saxophone repair, vintage saxophones revisited, the saxophone mouthpiece, reviews of new recordings, coming artist performances, new product announcements, classical repertoire, and more!
The Second Line
The official magazine of the New Orleans Jazz Club, he magazine is dedicated to jazz musicians, teachers, and enthusiasts who have attempted to preserve New Orleans jazz music from commercialization.
School Band & Orchestra Magazine
For over 20 years, School Band & Orchestra Magazine has been honoring amazing music educators from all 50 states.
Sing Out! Magazine
Each quarterly issue of Sing Out! is packed with articles, news, reviews and analysis of a stunningly broad range of musical styles, traditional and contemporary, that fit under the broad umbrella of Sing Out!'s definition of folk music: blues, bluegrass, old-time, Celtic, singer-songwriter, world music, Cajun, klezmer, and much, much more... PLUS complete lead sheets (melody, chords and lyrics) for a wide array of songs ... and an accompanying sampler CD of those songs performed by the original artist..
Society for Music Theory Newsletter
Newsletter of The Society for Music Theory, which promotes the development of and engagement with music theory as a scholarly and pedagogical discipline. We construe this discipline broadly as embracing all approaches, from conceptual to practical, and all perspectives, including those of the scholar, listener, composer, performer, teacher, and student. The Society is committed to fostering diversity, inclusivity, and gender equity in the field.
Songlines is a United Kingdom magazine that looks at the world through its music. It covers music from traditional and popular to contemporary and fusion, featuring well-known artists from Tinariwen, Bellowhead, Buena Vista Social Club and Manu Chao, to the newcomers making their mark both at home and abroad. Packed full of the latest CD reviews, artist interviews, guides to burgeoning scenes and up-and-coming stars, travel adventures, frontline reports and live music listings, every issue comes with a free Top of the World CD, featuring tracks from the best new album releases, as well as a five-track guest playlist. These have included selections by David Attenborough, Rufus Wainwright, Damon Albarn, Carrie Gracie, Ian Rankin, Carla Bruni and many more.
SongLink is the most acclaimed 'who's looking' song-plugging tipsheet in the world, having provided thousands of leads to its loyal subscribers (songwriters and publishers) since 1993. With professional researchers in the UK/Europe and the USA/Canada, we find out who's accepting new songs and co-writers in all genres of music.
German music magazine that covers gothic rock, new wave, EBM and other kinds of electronic music and culture.
Canadian online music magazine covering independent and mainstream artists from a variety of genres and backgrounds.
UK based music webzine that mostly publishes reviews and interviews covering primarily the indie, indiepop, shoegaze, folk, alt-country and electronica musical genres. It also covers alternative music news and free MP3 downloads.
The authoritative source for news and information about composers, movies and television soundtracks, albums, original scores, and songs in movies.
SAMUS : South African Music Studies
SAMUS is the official organ of the South African Society for Research in Music (SASRIM). Contents and abstracts are listed in Rilm Abstracts, The Music Index, Sabinet Online, and African Journals OnLine. Typical items for publication in SAMUS include articles, interviews, and reports on South African and other musics; reviews of books, scores, software and multimedia products, and recordings; conference reports; news relating to the South African Society for Research in Music (SASRIM) and other news.
Spirit of Metal
Spirit of Metal webzine is an online collection of bands from Heavy Metal and its subgenres. Available in 9 languages (French, German, English, Russian, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, Polish and Portuguese). In addition to the tape archive, Spirit of Metal acts as a messaging service. So band messages are added, interviews conducted, concert and album reviews published, which are corrected by the professional staff and published thereafter. Interviews, reviews and news are published in French or English.
Sheffield, England magazine focused on folk, roots and acoustic music in South Yorks and beyond.
UK-based monthly classical music magazine about string instruments, including cellists, violinists, and violists for amateur and professional musicians.
American bimonthly, print and digital publication that focuses on discovering and sharing the best in new music, film, pop culture, and entertainment.
Strings keeps you informed on the music, musicians, and instruments that matter. They share the stories from the vibrant community surrounding stringed instruments.
Mexican music magazine published by Editorial Premiere. In Spanish.