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Mozart autograph now available on the web (Budapest, Hungary)

Last September I sent an announcement telling you about the
public presentation of a newly discovered autograph fragment of Mozart's
famous Sonata in A major (K. 331, with the 'Alla Turca' finale). Now I am
happy to add that the National Széchényi Library has just launched a
website to make this precious manuscript freely accessible to all...

Introducing the Ewha Music Data Base (EMDB)

The Ewha Music Research Institute (EMRI) recently completed a 3-year project to establish a database of East Asia’s Educational Music Documents in October 2014. The result, Ewha Music Data Base (EMDB), now showcases the EMRI’s work of collecting and digitizing music education materials of East Asia: over 12,000 items of various types of music materials are listed. Its website (eMUSICdb.info) has been open to the public since November 1, 2014.

‘Crown jewels’ of English lute music go online

Handwritten copies of scores by composers of English lute music have been digitised in a programme to make a precious legacy available to professional and amateur musicians around the world.

Cambridge Digital Library is launching a new Music Collection with the online release of the 'crown jewels' of English lute music. Dating from the late 16th and early 17th century, the manuscripts contain handwritten copies of scores by John Dowland, Francis Cutting and dozens of other early modern composers.

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