Chopin Music is not the sole authority on Chopin! In fact, several online resources exist… The following are links to recommended sites for classical music. They are organized by subject. A site map is also available.
– Chopin Vodka, an authentic experience in the Polish tradition.
– Classical TV article featuring Chopin’s life and works.
– The Chopin Society, located in the United Kingdom.
– The Delicate Piano Poet, listing various Chopin facts and trivia.
– The Frederick Chopin Society, located in Warsaw, Poland.
– The Poet of the Piano, containing a variety of interactive content.
– Wikipedia Article containing a wealth of user-contributed information.
– Classic Archives, the largest classical music site on the web.
– Classical Composers, a database of classical musical media.
– Classical Composers’ Archive, an extensive archive of information.
– Classical Net, for reviews of CD’s, SACD’s, DVD’s and books.
– FlexiMusic, software for music fanatics, composers and engineers.
– Music History Timeline from antiquity to 1900, a useful study tool.
– Music Library, an online library consisting of a large amount of media.
– MusicWeb International, for composer profiles, reviews, timelines, etc.
– Naxos Gallery of Classical Music, an extensive, educational encyclopedia.
– SameDayMusic.com, an extensive list of links and academic resources.
– Wikipedia Search, a starting point for any research of classical music.
– Argerich, concert pianist of Argentine origin.
– Arrau, a Chilean pianist of world fame.
– Ashkenazy, Russian conductor and pianist.
– Biegel, an American pianist.
– Cortot, French pianist of the 20th century.
– Cziffra, a Hungarian virtuoso pianist.
– Fiorentino, a 20th-century Italian classical pianist.
– Hamelin, a French-Canadian classical pianist and composer.
– Horowitz, a Ukrainian-born, American classical pianist.
– Kapell, an American pianist of Russian descent.
– Kinda, an Australian pianist and Chopin specialist.
– Kissin, a famous Russian virtuoso pianist.
– Lear, classical pianist and Chopin researcher.
– Lortie, a French-Canadian pianist.
– Michelangeli, an Italian classical pianist.
– Nakamatsu, a Japanese-American pianist.
– Perahia, an American concert pianist and conductor.
– Pollini, an Italian classical pianist.
– Richter, a Soviet concert pianist.
– Rubinstein, a Polish pianist and Chopin interpreter.
– Vásáry, a Swiss pianist and conductor.
– Yundi Li, a young Chinese classical pianist.
– Zimerman, a Polish classical virtuoso pianist.
– CBC for the Arts – Music, a Canadian broadcasting corporation.
– Deutsche Grammophon, a record company in Germany.
– EMI Classics, a record company in London, England.
– Musikethos.org, a legal recording distribution project.
– Piano Society, a project for distribution of amateur recordings.
– Sony Music Entertainment, a record company.
– 8notes, an extensive resource for both free and priced sheet music.
– Free Sheet Music Guide, a great guide for finding sheet music at no cost.
– Kreusch Sheet Music , a database of free sheet music.
– Load.CD, a database of sheet music by classical and contemporary composers.
– mFiles, a website for free sheet music, featuring many styles of music.
– Sheet Music Archive, an exhaustive resource for free classical sheet music.
– The Mutopia Project, free sheet music for everyone, with more than 800 works.
– Frédéric Chopin and his Publishers, an academic paper about Chopin’s publishers.