Records about manuscript and printed music sources, 1500-1800.
Includes: Series A/I (individual printed music 1600-1800); Series A/II (music manuscripts 1600-1800); and part of Series B/I (printed music anthologies 1500-1550). Series B/IV (Manuscripts of polyphonic music, 11th-16th centuries) online in DIAMM http://www.diamm.ac.uk/ Series C and full Series B available in print only.
The Accessible Diverse Orchestral Repertoire Equity (ADORE) Project is created by three collegiate orchestra conductors committed to broadening and bringing greater diversity to the repertoire of smaller orchestra programs.
Founded in 1997, this is the home of interchange between performers and scholars interested in art song by African-American composers. Here you will find information and links to assist with your discovery of our contribution to song.
A repository for the concert works of composers of the African Diaspora that provide access to scores, recordings, and programmatic information about these composers and their extant works for students, teachers, professionals and presenters.
This space has been created with support from the National Fund for Culture and Arts of Mexico, in order to make available to the public a substantial amount of Latin American works for string quartet.
Searchable databases of composers and works with additional resources, including bibliography and monthly spotlights.
• For spotlights by instrument, use the main menu and navigate to Resources > Spotlights.
Includes correspondence, marked scores and parts, contracts, and minutes from meetings of the Board of Directors — as well as all public documents from 1970 through today (e.g., marketing materials, press releases, and annual reports).
A starting point for scholars, performers, composers, and teachers to discover solo and chamber repertoire by minority composers for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, Saxophone, and Horn. The directories focus specifically on the work of womxn, transgender & gender non-conforming individuals, and/or Black, Indigenous, or persons of color.
This collection includes the digital, open access scores from the Contemporary Score Edition series, the first open access edition of new music published by a library, and scores from the Kaleidoscope 2020 Call for Scores, an open access collaboration with the UCLA Music Library.
On this page, you’ll find resources that have been used and recommended by UNC faculty, staff, and students in anti-racism work, specifically in music pedagogy and performance. This list is not exhaustive and will continue to be updated regularly.