www.abrsm.org The leading exam board. Website includes parent and pupil advice.
www.epta-uk.org/findateacher List of members of the piano teachers' professional body (including me, of course). All EPTA members are fully qualified and insured, and dedicated to high standards of teaching and professional development.
www.practicespot.com Set up by an Australian piano teacher, this extensive and entertaining site offers scale charts, articles on how to practise, theory worksheets, instant sight-reading tests and print-your-own manuscript paper.
www.brokenchords.co.uk Repairs to all keyboards, digital pianos and sound systems. Also offers instrument hire. Alan Saunders did a good repair job on my Yamaha Clavinova in November 2012.
www.ltscotland.org.uk/nq/resources/learnlisteningonline/ For those studying for Scottish school music exams - practice tests and reference materials.
www.mjgmusicshop.co.uk A very helpful music supplier. Free postage!
www.musicroom.com The website for Rae Macintosh's music shop in Edinburgh
www.youtube.com It's amazing what you can find on YouTube, including performances of your piece of music, ancient dance styles such as the minuet, and even step-by-step "how to play" videos. The quality, of course, is highly variable!
www.piano.christophersmit.com/popUpMotion.html In case you ever wondered what goes on inside my grand piano - an interactive animated diagram of the moving parts.
www.soundjunction.org Award-winning site for exploring the workings of music
www.e-musicmaestro.com/auraltests Online aural training site
www.spotify.com Provided you don't mind the occasional advert, this site provides full-length tracks of a huge range of music free of charge once you've registered. You can also subscribe.
www.classicsonline.com An alternative to iTunes, with a bias towards classical music. You can hear an excerpt from a track without buying it, which is useful for just getting a quick idea of a sound or style.