1)  [http://www.religioustolerance.org/gl_b.htmReligious Glossary:  This is a tool that can be used to help identify religous terms. It also provides, depending on the religion religious passages from the religion’s holy books to provide useful information.

2) [http://www.mnsu.edu/emuseum/cultural/religion/] Religions of the World: This website provides a detailed description and background of Christianity, Jainism, Islam, Judaism and Hinduism. I am sure this religionwill provide further clarification on the religions we have studied in class.

3) [http://www.thearda.com/] The Association of Religion: This website shows the demographics for the different religions in the world depending on the country.

4) [http://religions.pewforum.org/reports] Statistics on Religion: This is a website that shows the different religions and their demographics in the United States. I figured this would be an interesting website because it could influence our politicalviews if most of the population is involved in some type of religion or if they choose not to participate. 

5) [http://www.pewforum.org/] Pew Forum on Religion: This website provides sites to contorversial issues and shows the opinion as well as offering news articles and facts of most believers who practice Christianity, Judaism and Islam.

6) [http://www.religionfacts.com/] Religion, World Religions, Comparitive Religion: This website offers a comparitive between certain religions of the world. It is supposed to provide the facts about different religions in an impartial setting.

7) [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Religion_and_mythology] Religion & Myth: Even though this website is from Wikipedia, it gives the basic difference of religion and mythology and how they overlap. Basically, Wikipedia acknowledges that mythology is a part of religion and that religion refers to more than the beliefs and stories of a religion but the rituals, theology, morality and more; while mythology can simply refer to Ancient Greek myths & stories.

8) [http://www.italianfuturism.org/manifestos/art-and-religion/] Art & Religion: This website explores the nature of art and religion and there relationship to worship. I felt this was a good website to add because in some faiths Art is aprreciated but not excepted within religion: and I feel it to be just as important as music or being able to read the holy books, since I see it as a form of worship.

9) [http://www.allholybooks.com/] All Holy Books.com: These are  the holy books they provide for free online  [Christianity, Jainism, Islam, Confucianism, Taoism, Shinto, Bahai]. The website creator is hoping to add to the collection Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Sikhism and Zoroadstrianism. I figured this would be useful.

10) [http://www.cftech.com/BrainBank/OTHERREFERENCE/RELIGION/SigDatesInRelHis.html] Important Dates in the History of Religion: A basic website that provides dates to important events in western history.

11) [http://smiley963.tripod.com/motivational.html] Motivational Quotes: I try to surround myself with positive things, so my outlook on life will remain positive. Keeping myself motivated will help me reach my goals as a music major.

12) [http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/140227/10_things_every_independent_musician.html] Ten Things Every Independent Musician Should Know : It’s a great article to keep the dream in mind after I graduate college. It gives step by step instruction to make me a better musician and following it’s tips increase my chances of being better. Even if the advice seems pointless and corny, improvement is everything.

13) [http://www.classicalworks.com/html/glossary.html] Musical Glossary: Here is a glossary of common musical words ever music major should know. It will most likely come in handy on tests and quizzes for music theory.

14) [http://www.yiruma.com/] Yiruma: Yiruma is an exceptional pianst from South Korea. He is my favorite composer and his music has the ability to change my entire mood to make me calm and relaxed. He was very useful during finals. Here is one of his songs, just in case you want to listen (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XSNUeCM78do).

15) [http://www.collegeboard.com/csearch/majors_careers/profiles/careers/106440.html] College Board (Musicians & Singers): Provides a realistic outlook on the life of a musician and singer, with possible career options for those choosing set path.

16) [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3g4ekwTd6Ig] Defying Gravity: This is my ultimate dream, to be the first African American to play the role of Elphaba a.k.a The Wicked Witch of the West. This show changed my entire outlook on life and influenced my choice not to change my major from Music.

17) [http://www.lvc.edu/music/so-you-want-to-be-a-music-major.aspx] So You Want to be a Music Major: This website provides tools and tips to students wishing or who have already enrolled as a music major.

18) [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKW3zREFA00] You Gotta Be by Desree: In my years in college I need to prepare for the competitiveness that is in the entertainment industry, therefore this song will play as a constant reminder.

19) [http://ezinearticles.com/?Want-to-Play-the-Violin-Better?-Top-5-Tips-to-Improve-Your-Playing!&id=2392658] Want to Play the Violin Better?: This website provides five tips to imrove violin playing. I’m looking forward to trying these out.

20) [http://www.musictheory.net/] Ricci Adams’ Music Theory: Provides a basic instruction and explanation of Music Theory. It is almost guarenteed that this will be useful.