Musicology links

These links, which were established by Geoffrey Chew, are offered purely informally: they do not reflect any opinions or judgments on the part of the maintainer, J. P. E. Harper-Scott. I have no control, of course, over their content and availability. If you find that any of these links are out of date or do not work, I would be glad of the information.

Classified links

  1. Bookshops and other sources for buying books and music
  2. Citation guides for internet sources
  3. Composers’ home pages and other resources arranged primarily by individual composer
  4. Conferences in musicology
  5. Dictionaries and encyclopedias
  6. Dissertation abstracts in music
  7. Journals online for musicians, music theorists and musicologists
  8. Libraries and library links
  9. Record shops and other sources for buying recordings
  10. Societies and associations
  11. Text collections online (including music treatises, libretti, Bibles, classical texts, etc)
  12. University and college music department and faculty home pages (worldwide listing aiming at comprehensiveness)

Unclassified links

Very many of these links no longer function. I would be very grateful if you could let me know of any new URLs for the services listed here.

  1. Aberdeen Bach Choir
  2. Academic music resources on the Internet (“Research and Study”, Indiana)
  3. Academic music resources on the Internet (“MUSIC RESOURCES ONLINE”, part of a Mellon Foundation-sponsored project on information technology and music scholarship, by the Institute for Academic Technology at the University of North Carolina)
  4. Actilingua Academy, Vienna, German and Music course
  5. Afro-Caribbean Music Guide
  6. The Alamire Foundation (International Centre for the Study of Music in the Low Countries), Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
  7. Alegria home page (“Los Danzantes de Alegria”, including Mexican Folk Dance Bulletin Board)
  8. Alexander Technique – The Complete Guide: “links to all Alexander Technique resources, on and off the net, provided in a user-friendly way”, by Robert Rickover, including:
    Musicians and the Alexander Technique
    Singers, Singing Teachers and the Alexander Technique
  9. Alexander Technique, other resources
  10. Allegroassai.com (general commercial music site)
  11. The American Folklife Center home page (Library of Congress: the Center was created by the US Congress in 1976 to “preserve and present American folklife”; it incorporates the Library’s Archive of Folk Culture, founded in 1928 as a repository for American folk music)
  12. American Music Information Source Guide (AMISG)
  13. American Music Resource (“contains bibliographies, lists, Internet links and text-files covering all styles of American music, related issues, theory and technology; the collection is indexed into topics and by subjects (mostly composers)”)
  14. American Voices (Association for the Promotion of American Music)
  15. Apollo (Royal Academy of Music’s iconographic website, which holds at present [April 2008] about 17,000 records on-line, with about 9,000 digital images relating to the Academy’s collections – portraits, prints, drawings, digitised pages of early English printed music, some 3000 letters relating to (written to or by) musicians, instruments, world music, pages of manuscript (Fairy Queen, holograph, for example) and other materials, including over 400 digitised opera and related playbills; the collections incorporate those of Robert Spencer, Yehudi Menuhin and the concert agent Norman McCann, as well as archive materials from the Academy’s historic collections)
  16. Arabica Musica (Arabic music directory)
  17. ARCANA (Artist Research, Composers’ Aid & Network Access: information about contemporary music produced and composed by composers and groups based in Germany)
  18. Arche Musik-Kalender 1997
  19. Archie (search for ftp files)
  20. ARK: music site with numerous subsites, including:
    Bureau Law Scrolls (legal advice for artists entering into record, publishing and management contracts)
    Music Session Bureau (MSB) (interactive site for musicians, producers, programmers, songwriters, etc)
    Record labels
    Music Mall (vendors and retailers)
  21. The Art of the Book: Bookbinding and Bookbinders in Bologna from the XVth to the XVIIIth Century(Bologna, Aula Magna dell’Universit�, Autumn 1997)
  22. Art history resources 1
  23. Art history resources 2 (“for graduate students”, Adrienne Deangelis, Rutgers University)
  24. Asian Contemporary Music Resource Center (including Contemporary Asian Composers Index and Contemporary Asian Artists Index)
  25. Association of University Teachers (UK)
  26. Auction-Web.Com, Ltd
  27. Bakhtin Centre, University of Sheffield
  28. The Batish Institute of Indian Music and Fine Arts
  29. Behavioral and Brain Sciences Index (“unedited penultimate drafts of BBS target articles that have been accepted for publication and are being circulated for Open Peer Commentary; these preprints are for inspection only, to help prospective commentators decide whether or not they wish to prepare a formal commentary”)
  30. Bibliography and Research Techniques (very useful set of links for music-related research, maintained by Bruce MacIntyre at Brooklyn College, City University of New York)
  31. Birmingham Early Music Festival
  32. Birmingham ElectroAcoustic Sound Theatre (“BEAST”)
  33. Boletin Oficial del Estado (Spanish Official Gazette), with details of the various BOE databases (IBERLEX, PUBLIBOE, INDIBOE, INDILEX) and details of how to access them online and by videotex, as well as what is available on CD-ROM; it also contains the contents pages of the last 60 days of the BOE, including today’s issue
  34. Bosnian Manuscripts Ingathering Project (including regular updates of Bosnian libraries’ needs for assistance)
  35. Brass festivals (Manchester and Regent Hall, maintained by Philip Biggs)
  36. British Academy
  37. British Broadcasting Corporation home page
  38. British Double Reed Society, for all with an interest in the oboe or bassoon
  39. British Music Information Centre (including the Centre’s fully searchable database of 30,000 scores and 15,000 recordings: a valuable resource for anyone interested in 20th Century British classical music)
  40. BUBL Information Service (extensive music links with abstracts, arranged by Dewey classification, alphabetically and by subject term: when BUBL was first established in 1990 the name stood for BUlletin Board for Libraries, but BUBL is no longer an acronym)
  41. Budapest, Music History Museum
  42. Bulgarian music page (Vox Bulgarica, a venture “whose mission is to publish and distribute the music of Eastern Europe, in particular, Bulgaria, beginning by building a comprehensive catalogue of folk music arrangements, liturgical settings, and avant-garde compositions”)
  43. CAIRSS for Music by telnet: a bibliographic database of music research literature based at UTSA and SMU, containing “information from all articles that appear in 15 primary journals, and other information from more than 1000 journals from which one or more articles have been selected”; procedure: TS> ! VT100,3278; Press RETURN; At the UTSA screen, type library; Select LOCAL; Select CMUS)
  44. The CALMA Project (Computer Assisted Learning for Musical Awareness, an interactive Computer Aided Learning (CAL) package designed by the Huddersfield University Music Department, based on George Pratt’s book, Aural Awareness: Principles and Practice (Open University Press, 1990))
  45. Cambodian Performing Arts (includes video and audio excerpts and animations from the ancient “Goddess of the Sea” (Mani Mekhala) court dance-drama, images of instruments of the Pinn Peat court ensemble, etc)
  46. Canadian Electroacoustic Community (CEC)
  47. Caribbean Music and Dance (organization for cultural programmes and travel to the Caribbean and Brazil)
  48. Carmel Bach Festival (Monterey, CA)
  49. Cartoon Images for Network Education (CINE, at King’s College London)
  50. Center for Computer-Assisted Research in the Humanities (CCARH)
  51. Center for Computer Music Research and Composition (CCMRC) (University of California, Santa Barbara)
  52. Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA) (Stanford University)
  53. Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities (Princeton/Rutgers)
  54. Center for New Music & Audio Technologies (CNMAT) (University of California, Berkeley)
  55. Center for Research in Computing and the Arts (CRCA) (University of California, San Diego)
  56. Center for Studies in Music Technology (CSMT) (Yale University)
  57. Centre for Early Music Performance and Research, University of Birmingham
  58. Centre for Popular Music Research (Forschungszentrum Popul�re Musik), Humboldt-Universit�t, Berlin
  59. Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, University of Toronto (home of the FICINO e-list: “the CRRS’s long-term plan is to provide a gateway to resources for study of the period from approximately 1350 to 1700 with few limits as to the kinds of information which may be either searched on the server itself or reached through hypertext and e-mail links”)
  60. Centre for Research into Music Performance and Perception, University of Sheffield
  61. Center for Research Libraries (bibliographic access project funded by the US Department of Education: in addition to cataloguing over 5,800 newspaper titles, the project has established a web page, from which it is possible to access lists of foreign newspapers held by the Center; newspapers currently received; currently filmed; and newspapers held by the five Center-administered area studies microform projects: the Cooperative Africana Microform Project (CAMP), the Latin American Microform Project (LAMP), the Middle East Microform Project (MEMP), the South Asia Microform Project (SAMP) and the Southeast Asia Microform Project (SEAM))
  62. Centre for Performance Science (CPS), Royal College of Music, London  (“promoting collaborative research among musicians and scientists and providing an infrastructure for performance research projects to be carried out at the College; members of the Centre offer courses in performance science at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels”)
  63. Centre d’Etudes et de Recherches sur la Renaissance Anglaise, Universit� Paul-Val�ry, Montpellier(CERRA), schedule of seminars since 1993
  64. Chambermusic.co.uk (classical music site, with advertisements for jobs, concerts, music and instruments for sale, etc, covering all areas of the UK, and with search facilities)
  65. Chamber Music directory on the Web
  66. Chinese music home page
  67. Chronicle of Higher Education job listings
  68. Chua’s Oscillator: Applications of Chaos to Sound and Music (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
  69. Church History Research Tools (bibliography for graduate students in church history and the history of Christian thought, maintained by the Divinity Library of Vanderbilt University (Nashville, TN, USA)
  70. Cinco Siglos (cultural society, offering medieval music pages)
  71. CIRT (International Centre for the Retrieval of New, Ancient and Rare Books: up-to-date list of new Italian books and microfilms on a variety of humanities subjects, including music)
  72. Clarinet page (“ABC Index”, Anne Bell’s Clarinet Website)
  73. Clarinet page (Michael Moors’ Crescendo Enhanced Clarinet Page)
  74. The Classical Music Navigator (Charles H. Smith, Western Kentucky University)
  75. Classical Music on the Web (UK)
  76. Classics World (large site with 4,500 catalogue items; “much of the editorial content will be, loosely construed, musicological”)
  77. Cognitive Musicology project in tonal music (Gerhard Widmer, Vienna University)
  78. Cognitive Science interdisciplinary focus groups, Ohio State University (including Music Cognition and Perception)
  79. The Colonial Dancing Master (site relating to dance, song, music, social customs, and clothing of colonial America and eighteenth century England, including instructions and music for various dance repertories)
  80. Committee on the Status of Women, Society for Music Theory (with information about the committee and its projects, including a Bibliography of Resources in Music and Women’s Studies, SMT’s Guidelines for Non-Sexist Language, and an Archive of Syllabi from Women and Music Courses)
  81. Computer Music Centre (Faculty of Engineering, University of Padova)
  82. Computer Music Project, University of S�o Paulo, Brazil (including texts of papers)
  83. Computing in the Humanities Working Papers (an interdisciplinary series of refereed publications on computer-assisted research: a vehicle for an intermediary stage at which questions of computer methodology in relation to the corpus at hand are of interest to the scholar before the computer disappears into the background)
  84. Concert Life in Nineteenth-Century London Database (Oxford Brookes University, University of Huddersfield and University of London Goldsmiths College, maintained by Paul Dibley)
  85. Contactus (“Musical Agency on the Net”, based in Italy: links to musicians, theatres and public and private musical organizations contactable independently through e-mail)
  86. Contemporary Music Info-Junction
  87. Copyright guide (Music Library Association)
  88. CultureNet (cultural information from Canada at the University of Calgary, including The Canadian Music Centre)
  89. CTI Music (Lancaster University) (including access to the music-specific archive of public-domain software otherwise accessible in the UK through HENSA)
  90. Currency converter (rates of exchange on any day from 1 January 1990 to the present)
  91. CyberLearning (interactive documentary on music technology for colleges and schools, produced in association with the University of California, Santa Cruz, “fusing video, sound laboratory and workbook into a unique multimedia experience”)
  92. Cycles in the Universe, including the periodicities of acoustics (Ray Tomes, New Zealand)
  93. Czech Music Information Centre, Prague (organization focusing on contemporary composers)
  94. Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences (SVU: organization based in the USA; alternative address also available)
  95. Czech Republic musicology site
  96. Delmas Foundation (University of Warwick)
  97. Deutsches Musikinformationszentrum (German music information centre), Bonn
  98. Directory of Electronic Journals, Newsletters and Academic Discussion Lists (abridged version)
  99. Directory of Electronic Journals, Newsletters and Academic Discussion Lists (complete archive)
  100. Directory of Musicologists with E-Mail Addresses (Mark Brill, AMS)
  101. Directory of Scholarly Electronic Conferences in Music (gopher from University of Michigan)
  102. Directory of Scholarly Electronic Conferences in Music
  103. Distance learning project: Jazz and Classical Music Education (linking Santa Barbara in the USA and Chelyabinsk in Russia)
  104. Durham Music Technology (University of Durham)
  105. Dutch Jazz Masters (Ren� Laanen)
  106. Early Music Online (blog about digitization of British Library holdings of early printed music)
  107. Early music pages 1
  108. Early music pages 2 (Arto Wikla’s home page)
  109. Early music pages 3
  110. Early Printed Books Project, University of Oxford
  111. EarMaster (ear training software for Windows, with exercises in intervals, chords, scales, melodies and rhythms)
  112. Ecclesiastical History list home page
  113. Egham town links
  114. Egham Brass Band
  115. Eighteenth-century resources
  116. E-mail address search engines:
    Internet Address Finder (e-mail addresses)
    411 (e-mail addresses and telephone numbers)
    Switchboard (e-mail addresses)
  117. Euromusicology mail list
  118. EUROPA (European Commission & European Union)
  119. European RTD news
  120. European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music (ESCOM, bilingual French and English site)
  121. Experimental Musical Instruments (gopher)
  122. Film Sound Design & Theory (resource website for film sound theory, maintained by Sven E. Carlsson)
  123. Finale Music Notation software
  124. Finnish music and music in Finland (maintained by Virtual Finland, and including many links to other Finnish music pages)
  125. Fondazione Italiana per la Musica Antica (FIMA)
  126. Fourteenth-century music databases (John Stinson, La Trobe University: these “contain information relating to all written musical works of the fourteenth century, all the composers to whom they have been attributed and all manuscript sources in which they survive”)
  127. Fractal music projects
  128. French museums (“the top 30″)
  129. French opera page
  130. Gaudeamus Foundation (promotion of contemporary music)
  131. Global Music Centre, Finland: supported by the Finnish Ministry of Education and promoting world music through research, recordings, festivals and publications
  132. Gramophone Magazine (includes complete archive)
  133. Guide to the Internet for Social Scientists, Historians and Archivists (Guia da Internet para cientistas sociais, historiadores e arquivistas: Brazilian guide, maintained in Portuguese, with links to Brazilian institutions)
  134. Guildford Cathedral Choir (including streamed RealAudio clips of the choir, rotating on a weekly basis)
  135. HABSBURG discussion list home page (Texas Tech)
  136. Die Haghe Sanghers (Royal Male Voice Choir, The Hague, The Netherlands: RealAudio files, information about CDs, background, etc)
  137. HARMONICA: Concerted Action on Music Information in Libraries
  138. Harp information (Odilia Publishing), including
    World Directory of Harp Webs
    HARPA (Harp Journal)
    International Sebastian Erard Society (Erard harps and pianos)
    Study Group on Harp History
    Music and Harp Archaeology
  139. Harold Holt Ltd
  140. Hazard Chase Ltd (classical music agency representing amongst others, Julian Bream, The Hilliard Ensemble, Emma Kirkby)
  141. HENSA (The Higher Education National Software Archives: UK server providing downloadable software; access from outside the UK is restricted to offpeak periods)
  142. History Computerization Project (annotated directories of historical resources; historical photos on display; and online order form for tutorials on computer database management in research, writing and cataloguing)
  143. History of the Book site, including newsletter (European Humanities Research Centre, Oxford, UK)
  144. History resources (Hanover College, Hanover, IN)
  145. History sources worldwide: a guide
  146. HUMANIST discussion group home page (“international electronic seminar on the application of computers to the humanities, allied with the Association for Computers and the Humanities and the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing”)
  147. Humour in music
  148. Hungarian State Archives, Budapest, medieval database (by telnet: logon as guest1…9, password brs1…9; there are several databases on this machine; the name of the medieval one is DIPL and the searching system is BRS; you can choose from two user interfaces: Searchmate and Colleague, and the operating language is English; the database has now some 317,000 records (permanently updated))
  149. Hymn collection
  150. Hypermail 1.02 (documentation)
  151. IHR-Info (Institute of Historical Research, London University, not to be confused with the “Institute for Historical Review”, a Holocaust denial operation in California)
  152. ILMOL (Iberian & Latin-American Music OnLine: home page for Iberian and Latin-American Music e-mail list)
  153. Information Centre for Southern African Music (ISAM) (formerly Institute for South African Music, Potchefstroom University)
  154. Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique (IRCAM) (Paris)
  155. Institute for Biomusicology (Sweden)
  156. Institute of Popular Music, University of Liverpool
  157. Institut National de l’Audiovisuel (INA), Groupe de Recherches Musicales (various centres in France)
  158. Instituut voor Psychoacustica en Elektronische Muziek (IPEM) (University of Ghent)
  159. International Alliance for Women in Music, uniting American Women Composers, the International Congress on Women in Music and the International League of Women Composers
  160. International Computer Music Association (ICMA), Computer Music Software Library and Resource Locator (also accessible through a European mirror service)
  161. International Directory of Musicians (listing of performers, with biographies, photographs, contact details, links, etc)
  162. International Hispanic Music Study Group (coordinated by William Summers, with previously-published Newsletters, news about current and forthcoming events of the IHMSG, bibliographic projects and information on a variety of new publications and recordings relating to Hispanic music)
  163. International Organ Foundation, Madrid
  164. International Philosophical Preprint Exchange
  165. International Violin-Makers School of Cremona (IPIALL “A.Stradivari”)
  166. IREX (International Research & Exchanges Board) (assistance for those working in eastern Europe and Eurasia, including short- and long-term grants)
  167. Italian composers of the 18th and 19th centuries, text and sound files (home page of Anna Trombetta and Luca Bianchini)
  168. ITER: The Bibliography of Renaissance Europe, 1300-1700 (University of Toronto)
  169. Jazz trumpet page (transcribed jazz solos and listing of internet jazz radio sites, John Keady)
  170. The Jazz Web (Northwestern University)
  171. Jewish Heritage Society (archival and research material in Jewish history in Eastern Europe)
  172. JICalc 4.21 (Apple MAC software by FTP, for creating and archiving musical tunings in just intonation and other tuning systems, requiring Hypercard 2.0 or higher)
  173. K-12 Resources for Music Educators
  174. Keshet Eilon (masterclasses for strings in Kibbutz Eilon, Israel)
  175. http://www.sesame.demon.co.uk/keypilotKeytempo online directories of music and musicians (“aiming to help musicians, organizations and companies involved in music to contact each other far more easily, in the field of classical music (later extensions will cover jazz and traditional music)
  176. The Labyrinth (Web server for medieval studies)
  177. La Scala Theatre, Milan
  178. Latin American Studies sites:
    Center for Latin American Studies at Georgetown
    Institute of Latin American Studies at Liverpool
    Latin American Government Documents Project (Cornell University)
    Society for Latin American Studies (UK)
  179. Latin names of printing towns
  180. Latin names of towns (online version of Graesse’s Orbis Latinus)
  181. Latin names of towns: CERL Thesaurus, including search facility, and also including names of printers and publishers known to work in each place in the hand-press period
  182. Latin place names
  183. Latin printing terms (glossary)
  184. Liszt Festival, Hamilton, Ontario, October 24-27, 1996 (American Liszt Society)
  185. Literary research tools on the Internet (Jack Lynch, University of Pennsylvania)
  186. London guide
  187. London underground maps
  188. Mailing lists on music, comprehensive list (maintained at University of California, Berkeley)
  189. Maps from the Renaissance:
    Oronce Fine (1494-1555), Map of the World, 1534-1536
    Matteo Ricci’s Map of the World published by Giulio Aleni in the 1620s (abridgement)
    Ugo Pinard, Speculum Romanae magnificentiae, 1555 (cityscape of Rome)
    Vatican museum exhibits, overview
  190. Medical history (A. J. Wright, University of Alabama)
  191. Metronome Music (ethno recordings, Bath, UK>
  192. MiBAC Software (music theory lessons on the web)
  193. Monumenta Musicae Byzantinae (University of Copenhagen, Institute for Greek and Latin)
  194. Movie database (Internet Movie Database, formerly called “Cardiff Movie Database”)
  195. Movie review search engine
  196. MusiCalc II (Robert Dobbins, a “program for DOS-based computers that displays and allows you to practise scales and functional chord notation in all major and minor keys”)
  197. Music Education Launch Site (concerned with Music Education and “of interest to musicians and music educators”)
  198. Music Industry Human Rights Association (MIHRA, pressure group for professional musicians)
  199. Music Instruction Software (Brent Hugh, University of Missouri-Kansas City)
  200. Music–Media–Multiculture (interdisciplinary research project concerning music and dance in Sweden, at the Royal Swedish Academy of Music)
  201. MTO-talk discussions (from Music Theory Online, indexed by subject; archives last about 6-8 weeks before being transferred into long-range archives)
  202. MUSEOS (information concerning, and images from, current art exhibitions organized by the world’s leading museums)
  203. Music analysis software (maintained by Peter Castine as part of his home page)
  204. Music and musicology: selected web resources (Tom Moore’s home page, including addresses of department and individual home pages)
  205. Music Education Resource Base including the Canadian Music Index (bibliographic database of resources in music and music education from journals and other sources covering the period 1956 up to the present, fully indexed by title, author and subject)
  206. Music resources on the web (Michael Hauben’s “Ever Expanding Web Music Listing!”)
  207. Music resources on the web (general: Indiana University)
  208. Music resources on the web (general: Sibelius Academy, Finland)
  209. Musikrezensionen: Stefan Preusler’s website
  210. Music Theory Online: automated database searching of the archives
  211. Music therapy home page
  212. Mymusicindex.com (“music education website”, D. Thomas)
  213. National Pipe Organ Register (online database of pipe organs in England)
  214. Neapolitan opera librettos (Libretti delle opere napoletane)
  215. Netfind (E-mail address searches across the Internet)
  216. Net Instruments Ltd (musical instruments via the Web)
  217. NewJour archive (Internet list for reporting and announcing new on-line electronic journals)
  218. New Music News (information on new music events in the UK, plus an index of contemporary music links, maintained by James Saunders at Huddersfield)
  219. NIC-NEWS (update on network resources)
  220. Noteworthy MusicGraphic Services (commercial music typesetting service, producing instrumental, orchestral and vocal scores; extracted instrumental parts; keyboard music and piano reductions, etc, to professional standards, and with an Editorial Advisory Service with suggestions on editing and score preparation)
  221. Notitiae Cantus (files also available via FTP)
  222. NUKOP Online (searchable database of records of UK official publications (including education policy documents)
  223. Octobre Musical de Carthage (“the major Classical music event in Tunisia”)
  224. �sterreichische Historische Bibliographie (University of Klagenfurt: this links replaces the previous telnet link, and username and password are no longer required for searches)
  225. Opera links:
    Opera and Ballet on iTunes U (Opera, music, ballet and dance content from The Royal Opera House – free to watch, listen to or read on iTunes.)
    Operissimo (extensive information for “keen amateurs” on performers, composers, operas, opera houses, etc)
    Opera information for the UK
    Opera pages for the UK (including unofficial pages for the Royal Opera House and the English National Opera, maintained at Goldsmiths College, London)
    Opera schedule server
  226. Orchestralist (“the international online forum for orchestra professionals”)
  227. Oxford University Early Music Society
  228. Oxford University Music Society
  229. Oxford University Press (UK) home page, including home page for OUP journals and a Journal Abstract database, full text online journals services and the Oxford English Dictionary Newsletter
  230. Paleography course (in French, with exams): first 10 lessonsrest of course
  231. Papacy (list of the popes, from the Catholic Encyclopedia)
  232. Percussion pages (including course at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, UK)
  233. Performing Arts Data Service, University of Glasgow (including links directories for each subject area: music, film and television, dance and theatre as well as links to digital library projects, funding bodies, copyright information and other resources)
  234. Perpetual calendar (enter month and year, and a calendar for that month is displayed)
  235. Piano page (UK)
  236. Piporg-L page (links to Pipe Organ and Church Music events and resources)
  237. PMRU (Popular Music Research Unit, Centre for Media, Performance & Communications, University College, Salford)
  238. Polish Music Reference Center (University of Southern California)
  239. Post codes:
    Australia
    Austria
    Britain
    France
    Germany
    Italy
    Netherlands
    South Africa
    United States of America
    Worldwide
  240. Prague Spring Festival
  241. Prospects Web (information about careers and other possibilities for graduates in the UK)
  242. Purcell Tercentenary Exhibition (“The Glory of the Temple and the Stage: Henry Purcell, 1659-1695″), British Library, London
  243. Radio stations on the Internet (index)
  244. Railway timetables in the UK
  245. Rare Book School (University of Virginia)
  246. Recorder players’ site
  247. Renaissance dance: cheat sheets and bibliography
  248. Renaissance Liturgical Imprints: A Census (project providing information on approximately 8,900 books printed before 1601; most of the information derives from onsite inspections of books in libraries in the USA and Europe, and other information relies on published catalogues and other modern bibliographic sources; the project is directed by David Crawford (University of Michigan); the Associate Directors are James Borders (University of Michigan) and Barbara Haggh (University of Maryland, College Park))
  249. Renaissance musical instruments: demonstrations
  250. Repetitive strain injury (RSI) in musicians: information
  251. Research Profile Database (RPD) in music, maintained by the Society for Music Theory
  252. Rettig on Reference (reviews of new reference books and Internet-based reference sources, sponsored by H. W. Wilson Co.)
  253. RILM Abstracts of Music Literature (bibliographical searches in music, including facilities for submitting abstracts: note that passwords are required for searches)
  254. RILM Abstracts of Music Literature via the MELVYL search facility
  255. RIPM Retrospective Index to Music Periodicals (1800-1950)
  256. RISM-US (US RISM Office)
  257. Rumba-Kali home page (for African hip hop)
  258. Russia and East Europe resources
  259. Russian and Slavonic resources (Benjamin Sher: a very extensive list of links including many for Russian music)
  260. Russian biographical dictionary
  261. Samba home page (worldwide)
  262. Samba in the UK
  263. Schenkerian Analysis site (Tom Pankhurst)
  264. SCORE: Music composition for film, TV and multimedia (University of Central Florida MIDI Users Group)
  265. Scout International LLC (“internet based entertainment service company, assisting undiscovered musicians by providing a professional platform to display their talents”)
  266. searchRED (“the most comprehensive online database of music recordings and music information distributed in the UK”, Ben Pole)
  267. Secure Digital Music Initiative
  268. Sendai International Music Competition, Japan (first competition, for violin and piano, will be held in May 2001, and thereafter the competition will be held every three years)
  269. Servico de Apontadores Portugueses (SAPO, Portuguese bibliographical resources)
  270. SHAR Products (string instruments and bows, Ann Arbor, MI)
  271. SHARC Timbre Database (public domain database of musical timbre information by Gregory Sandell, containing over 1300 different notes, including complete chromatic runs from the standard playing range of essentially all the non-percussive instruments of the modern orchestra; a web link is also available for joining the associated e-mail list)
  272. Slavophilia (comprehensive internet resources on Russia and Central/Eastern Europe)
    Czech resources
    Slovak resources
  273. Soci�t� des Bollandistes (information about reference works on Christian saints)
  274. Society for Education, Music, & Psychology (SEMPRE)
  275. Society for Music Analysis bursaries, 1997
  276. Society for Music Theory, Committee on the Status of Women (CSW)
  277. Society for Music Theory Online Bibliographic Database (web searches for articles and reviews in all the major music theory journals, as well as music-theoretical essays in some non-theory journals)
  278. Sonic Arts Network, 271-3 King Street, London W6 9LZ
  279. Songs Composed by American and British Women (bibliographical list of published songs, ca. 1890-1930, including details of title, composer, poet, publisher, date and city of publication, and accompaniment; to reach the bibliography from the home page, choose the links “Music”, “Music Department Faculty” and then Christopher Reynolds’s name)
  280. Springwood Music Workshops, Huddersfield, England (an organization “to help and promote musical instrument makers, restorers and technicians in the UK”)
  281. Style Enhancer (performance modelling program “which automatically animates MIDI files, improves quality of sound modules”, etc, from Novosibirsk State Conservatory, Russia)
  282. Swedish Research Councils (information concerning partners for European Union joint programmes)
  283. Telephone directories:
    Britain (British Telecom)
    Canada
    United States of America
    World listings
  284. Texas Institute of Theory (TIT) (humour)
  285. TIME (Technology in Music Education database, a collection of software and information about software for music teaching, University of Texas at San Antonio)
  286. Times Higher Education Supplement (including job listings)
  287. Toronto Computing in the Humanities Working Papers (refereed articles on computer-assisted research: “a vehicle for an intermediary stage at which questions of computer methodology in relation to the corpus at hand are of interest to the scholar before the computer disappears into the background”)
  288. Trombone Page of the World (Ren� Laanen)
  289. Trumpet and brass music page (Ralph Jones)
  290. UK-based World Wide Web servers
  291. UK Theatre Web (guide to theatre, opera and ballet in the UK)
  292. UNESCO World Heritage sites
  293. Unicode: proposal for including western music characters
  294. University and College home pages (listed alphabetically and geographically with web addresses)
  295. University of London Library, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU
  296. Veronica (searches of gopher space)
  297. The Virtual Gramophone (Canadian Historical Sound Recordings, National Library of Canada)
  298. Virtual Shareware Library (from Ljubljana; “something of a mini Archie, indexing filenames and descriptions from 20 of the most popular FTP-based shareware archives on the Internet”)
  299. Voltaire Foundation (eighteenth-century studies, “Enlightenment on the Net”)
  300. Vox Neapolis (“art, music, culture and resources of the city of Naples”)
  301. Voyager CDLink (“an extension to Web browsers like Netscape Navigator or NCSA Mosaic that support `helper’ applications: it reads small text files containing commands and timing information, and will play any normal audio CD in your CD-ROM drive accordingly”)
    Example of Voyager CDLink (“a quick set up of a macro tonal and thematic overview of the Mozart Piano Concerto No. 21, K. 467″ by Matthew Ross Davis: “you will need a CD-ROM drive and the Sony Classical release (SK 46485) of Murray Perahia conducting (from the piano) The Chamber Orchestra of Europe”)
  302. Web Library of Seventeenth-Century Music
  303. The Wighton Database (containing over 1000 records describing Dundee’s Wighton Collection, an extensive repository of Scottish music)
  304. Women’s studies in music: international archive of syllabi
  305. Woodwind repairs (Jessica Tipett)
  306. World Factbook for 1995, maintained by the CIA
  307. World maps
  308. Worldwide Recordings (search engine for information about music)
  309. World Wide Web dialling service
  310. World Wide Web Virtual Library: Music (Oulu, Finland)
  311. World Wide Web Virtual Library: Classical Music (Edinburgh, UK)
  312. Yellow Places (classified listing of links)