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Bibliography of Music Online (German) provides bibliographic data from 1950 to the present. It includes monographs, articles and reviews from journals, Festschriften, congress proceedings, yearbooks, anthologies and essays from critical reports. Main sources for the BMS editorial staff are national bibliographies, journals, monographs and subject bibliographies. Furthermore, contributions from journals with an interdiscplinary view on music are considered for inclusion.
DHO:Discovery is a gateway to Irish digital collections and resources, information and knowledge.
Although, the activities of the Digital Humanities Observatory ceased (31 August 2013 with no further updates to collections or development of new data visualisations) it is still hosted, and provides access to Irish research collections.
the most comprehensive repository of materials relating to the history of rock and roll. Their mission is to collect, preserve, and provide access to these resources for scholars, educators, students, journalists, and the general public in order to broaden awareness and understanding of rock and roll, its roots, and its impact on our society.
exists to promote Irish musicological scholarship. Hence, one of its main goals is the presentation of musicological work related to Ireland. This notion encompasses, besides topics concerning Ireland and its music, articles by Irish authors or by authors based in Ireland, although is not intended to exclude contributions of other kinds.
Explore the Ward Irish Music Archives' award-winning digital collections. From cylinder recordings of Irish musicians in Chicago dating to 1904 to the latest videos from last year's Milwaukee Irish Fest, you'll be able to experience Irish music in various genres throughout its history.
The Digital Repository of Ireland is a national digital repository for Ireland’s humanities, social sciences, and cultural heritage data. You can browse and search across multiple collections from some of the finest Irish institutions
A joint project between the Internet Archive and MusicBrainz, whose goal is to make cover art images available to everyone on the Internet in an organised and convenient way. Images in the archive are curated by the MusicBrainz community and go through a peer review process to ensure that they are correct, free of spam and of the best quality. All images are copyrighted by their respective copyright owners.
from the American Musicology Society; an international database of bibliographic records for completed dissertations and new dissertation topics in the fields of musicology, music theory, and ethnomusicology, as well as in related musical, scientific, and humanistic disciplines.
Holding over 2,500 pieces of historical and contemporary musical instruments from all over the world, the Stearns Collection of Musical Instruments is one of the largest accumulations of such artifacts housed in a North American university.
Listen to a selection from the British Library’s extensive collections of unique sound recordings, which come from all over the world and cover the entire range of recorded sound, including classical,popular and world and traditional music.
australianscreen is operated by the National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA). The NFSA is the national audiovisual archive, collecting, preserving and sharing the nation’s moving image and recorded sound heritage.
It is a promotional and educational resource providing worldwide online access to information about the Australian film and television industry.
First and foremost, the World Music Library is the story of an encounter, a historical drama of many acts and stages, centuries in the making. The narrative begins with the seizure of the Americas and follows the evolution of European colonialism all the way to today’s present global economy. It can be told from many perspectives, most of them tragic. There is one thread of the story which brings no sorrow to the amateur historian, however, and that is music. From the arrival of the first slave-bearing ship to the Americas, to the creation of of rock and roll, music has stood as an unwavering testimony to resilience and joy. It is living defiance, it is the measure of our pulse.