Coro by iCadenza

Provides online video instruction for musicians on career development and management topics such as audition preparation, audience development, and networking. Students also have access to small-group coaching sessions offered weekly via web conference.

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Trial expires on Thursday, February 28, 2019.


Provides online access to electroacoustic music recordings released on the empreintes DIGITALes recording label since 1990. Can be accessed through a computer or with an iOS or Android mobile device.

RIPM Preservation Series. European & North American Music Periodicals

Provides full text images and keyword searching for rare musical journals from major European and American cities. These titles are not accessible elsewhere, including the Retrospective Index to Music Periodicals (RIPM)

Provides access to thousands of recorded classical concerts, operas, ballets, master classes, and documentaries, as well as live broadcasts from major concert halls and music festivals. Watch through a web browser, or using AirPlay or Chromecast. Free apps are available for use on iOS and Android devices. The player automatically adapts to the user’s connection to provide the highest possible level of video quality.

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Trial expires on Thursday, November 30, 2017.


Provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD), this resource is building a comprehensive gateway to all doctoral and master-level theses and dissertations, many openly accessible, by harvesting the information from repositories throughout the world.

Musical Theater Songs

Identify, select, and create lists of musical theater repertoire. Searchable by voice type, character age, range, genre, ease for accompanist, descriptive characteristics, etc. Over 11,000 songs from nearly 2,000 shows.

MGG Online (Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart)

Contains the complete second edition (1994-2008) of the comprehensive German-language music encyclopedia, Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart, to which new and updated articles are continually added. All article versions remain permanently accessible and clearly labeled. More than 1,500 subject articles are included, and more than 16,000 biographical articles on composers, singers, instrumentalists, and theorists. Available features include bookmarking, annotations, and translation from German to more than 100 languages. Produced by publishers Bärenreiter, J.B. Metzler, and Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale.

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Trial expires on Monday, March 20, 2017.

Vocal Masterclassics

Indexes video recordings of voice masterclasses that are available online through YouTube and other free sources. It enables detailed searching by voice type, masterclass instructor, composer, song or aria title, and other aspects of the recordings, then provides direct links from search results to the recordings.

Digital Theatre Plus

Provides high-definition recordings of top British theatre, music, and dance productions. A collection of interviews offers insights on acting, directing, design, and tech theatre. A collection of study guides details the context of performances, offers critical analysis of plays, and provides question and activity guides for students. Finally, a set of filmed and written teaching resources offers guides for teaching drama techniques and exercises.


The Répertoire International des Sources Musicales is a worldwide inventory of more than one million primary sources in music, including manuscripts, prints, libretti, and writings on music theory. It is used to discover what sources are available and where they are located; for some, links to digital images are also provided. This freely available catalog contains all of RISM Series A/I, Individual Prints before 1800, all of Series A/II, Music Manuscripts 1600-1800, and the portion of Series B/I, Printed Collections of the 16th-17th Centuries, that covers the years 1500-1550. This comprises about one-third of the manuscripts and more than half of the music prints that were produced before 1800 and that are held by libraries today. Works of approximately 30,000 composers are described.

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