The Spirituals Database provides searchable information about Negro Spirituals set for the solo voice and recorded on over 3,300 tracks from more than 320 sound recordings. Launched in March, 2015, the database is a resource for discovering and researching the Spiritual’s potential role in developing a singer’s repertoire.
The New Orleans Independent Music Digital Collection seeks to expose the vast complexity of musical New Orleans by serving as a research platform for local indie music.
Imagine looking at original handwritten manuscripts of a piece of music and then listening to different interpretations of it before reading a biography of the composer. On the Europeana Music Channel, you can.
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...
The Ruhr Piano Festival, which came into being in the mid-1990s, has launched a new online project called Explore the Score:
In Explore the Score, selected works are explained and analyzed by leading performers.