Abstracts of music literature.
Index and full text to scholarly and popular music journals, some as far back as 1874.
IIPA covers all aspects of the performing arts from 1864 onward; some full text is available.
Selectively indexes, with full text, over 5700 publications in news, business, law and matters of popular interest, mostly from the last ten years.
Indexes to magazines and books of the 19th century (1800-1899), with some full text.
A general index to popular, professional and scholarly publications. Many full text articles available.
Abstracts of music literature.
Streaming music of many kinds from Classical to Third World and Gospel.
Online music reference work. Includes Grove Music Online; Oxford Dictionary of Music; Oxford Companion to Music, etc.
IPA Source is the largest collection of literal translations and International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) transcriptions on the web. The goal of IPA Source is to promote the comprehension and accurate pronunciation of foreign language texts in art song and opera in order that the singer may imbue each syllable with the appropriate emotional content.
“The Hiphop Archive organizes and develops collections, initiates and participates in research activities, sponsors events and acquires material culture associated with Hiphop in the U.S. and throughout the world.”
Bibliography of citations dealing with the music of Bach, compiled by Yo Tomita, School of Music & Sonic Arts, Queen’s University Belfast with the generous assistance of Nobuaki Ebata and contributors.
Contains selected links on all types of music. By the library at St. Ambrose University.
“The Broadside Verses provide a unique look into life in 19th century America, especially life in Maryland between 1860 and 1865, when the country was in turmoil, and immediately after the Civil War. Most of these verses have a political message, but others – advertisements, love songs, temperance songs, ballads about life and death – show what life was like for Marylanders and other Americans after the Civil War, providing insight into the American character and personality.”
List with sections on organizations and institutions, publications, recordings, and sites by geographical region. From University of Washington Libraries; some material restricted to UW users.
The IMSLP/Petrucci Music Library is a wiki with the goal of creating a complete virtual library of all scores in the public domain. Not recommended for current research, but useful for a quick lookup, it has over 79,000 scores as of Dec. 2010. It includes works in the public domain as well as works by composers willing to share their music at no charge.
3 million out of copyright texts, music, video and more!
Links to digitized collections (audio and print) as well as information resources on musical topics provided by the U.S. Library of Congress.
Includes general music sites as well as resources for the study of music by period, music theory and computer music. By Allan Liu, University of California – Santa Barbara.