Occupational Outlook Handbook: US Bureau of Labor Statistics http://www.bls.gov/ooh/
Careers for Music lovers :(click hyperlink)
The OOH can help you find career information on duties, education and training, pay, and outlook for hundreds of occupations.
Music Research :(click hyperlink)
An introduction to music research, we have gathered together materials to allow you to explore the ways in which music may be researched. After thinking about different kinds of musical knowledge and their relationship with various musical practices (including performance, composition, and listening), you'll be introduced to some of the digital resources and methodologies that inform music research.
Great Performances (Click Here)
International Music Score Library Project (Click Here) : For sheet music
MusRef (Click Here) : A site devoted to music and dance bibliography and reference.
Writing Concert Program Notes (Click Here) : A guide to writing concert notes discusses what concert notes are, how they should be formatted (length, style), plagiarism, texts and translations, and recommends musical resources for those writing program notes.
World Music Resources
Musicology :(click hyperlink)
Musicology is so broad that it’s difficult to define without restricting it. Although many musicologists are also trained in performance, it isn’t a performance-oriented field. Instead, musicology focuses on the history and cultural contexts of music.