"This is a collaborative project between the Center for Popular Music and the American Antiquarian Society to inventory, catalog, digitize, and provide web-based public access to their extensive music manuscripts collections. It concerns manuscripts inscribed before 1910 that are mainly American in provenance, with contents that are preponderantly vernacular in style."
BabelScores is a French-based structure arising from the need to diffuse and promote contemporary music from the last 40 years, rendering information more easily available to everyone worldwide. Looks into and selects the works of the most creative, original and innovative composers of the past few decades offering a wide catalogue and setting up a powerful circulation platform without any restrictions and especially addressed to instrumentalists, ensembles, orchestras, composers, musicologists, conservatories, universities and festivals throughout the world.
Chopin Early Editions consists of digitized images of all the music in the University of Chicago Library's Chopin collection. Users can search or browse Chopin early editions via a variety of data points, including titles, genres, and plate numbers. The Chopin collection at the University of Chicago Library consists of over 400 first and early printed editions of musical compositions by Frédéric Chopin. The collection, maintained in the Special Collections Research Center, includes first editions of individual works, non-first editions of individual works, and collective editions published before 1881. The site is linked to the Chopin collection register which is updated continuously by listing new acquisitions.
"The Digital Mozart Edition (DME) is currently being developed at the Mozarteum Foundation Salzburg in cooperation with Packard Humanities Institute in Los Altos, California, USA. The DME will provide world wide access to the complete works of Wolfgang Amadé Mozart (1756–1791) in digital form via the internet for study and performance purposes. In addition to the presentation of all works of music online, the DME will include a critical edition of letters, documents and libretti as well. The DME strives to incorporate images of original source materials with due consideration of copyright laws. Access to the website, including the downloading and printing of files for non-commercial purposes, is free. Information relating to works and sources will also be provided online."