PDF containing 500 tweets from IAML 2011 conference.
Flemish library catalogue with audio previews of recordings. Library users can listen to full tracks (10hr/month) for free.
Home – Trove
“Find and get over 243,326,859 Australian and online resources:
books, images, historic newspapers, maps, music, archives and more.” Incorporating Music Australia. Allows users to correct newspaper text.
MOUG Public Services
Music OCLC User Group: includes recommendations for improving WorldCat for music.
“Here you find RISM’s vast collection of musical sources and can freely search among 700,000 entries that contain mostly historical music manuscripts (the majority originated before 1800).” Includes incipit search.
“The Music PAL scheme facilitates access to music information and materials available across a broad range of libraries and archives throughout the island of Ireland.”
National Archive of Irish Composers
“This site exibits high quality digital copies of sheet music from the collections at the National Library of Ireland dating from the late eighteenth to mid nineteenth century.” Includes videos of performances from launch event.
Contemporary Music Centre, Ireland: Irish Composers Project
“The Irish Composers Project involves the scanning and digitising of CMC’s unique collection of scores and recordings by Irish composers for online access and in ways that enable future music research.”
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.