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A project from The Institute for Composer Diversity, which is "committed to the celebration, education, and advocacy of music created by composers from historically underrepresented groups including women, composers of color, LGBTQIA2S+ composers, and disabled composers."
Over 1.3 million pages of material, including almost 14,000 printed programs, marked conducting scores, business documents, and photographs. Notable collections include: 1,789 scores marked by Leonard Bernstein, Andre Kostelanetz, and others, and 16,198 music parts marked by Philharmonic musicians.
SMT-V is a peer-reviewed, scholarly video publication that explores a wide range of topics in music theory and analysis. Each video article is about ten minutes in length, published by the Society for Music Theory.
330 freely-licensed classical music recordings, together with over 1 million annotated labels indicating the precise time of each note every recording, the instrument that plays each note, and the note's position in the metrical structure of the composition. A project from the University of Washington.
An archive of free, streaming field recordings of music, dance, and speech from around the word, recorded by hundreds of pioneering ethnographers and presented through interactive maps and visualizations.
A podcast series that features stories and interviews aimed at engaging a broad audience of educators, scholars, musicians, and a listening public interested in contemporary issues in global music studies.
A growing bibliography representing the "variety of contexts in which 'Early Music' happened, with special attention to people who—because of race, gender, geographical origins, or social status—have been left out of the mainstream musicological narrative."
A single place to search the digitized sheet music of several institutions, including universities and the Library of Congress. Strong in popular songs from the early 20th century. This guide can help you use the SMC: https://guides.library.ucla.edu/sheetmusicconsortium
Images and descriptions of music manuscripts owned by The Morgan Library & Museum. Includes works by Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Chopin, Debussy, Fauré, Haydn, Liszt, Mahler, Massenet, Mendelssohn, Mozart, Puccini, Schubert, Schumann, and more.