November 26, 2015

Reference: Learning About Music on the Web (New Annotated Webliography)

Here’s a new compilation of open web resources prepared by Alexandra Janvey, a librarian at Long Island University (Post Campus) published in the July/August issue of C&RL News.

Janvey Writes:

This article provides a brief overview of these abundant online resources and a basis to begin researching from a wide variety of topics in music. These sites were thoughtfully selected for various reasons, including their reliability, ease of navigation, and quality of content. All the sites on this list are also freely accessibly to everyone.

Resources are organized into the following categories:

  • Music theory
  • Organizations
  • Search Engines
  • Scores and Sheet Music
  • Sound Recordings

Direct to: “Learning About Music on the Web” (via C&RL News)

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