"A reference source indexing, at item-level, the full contents of the following Primary Source Microfilm Music Manuscript collections: Music manuscripts from the great English collections (Series one: The Bodleian Library, Oxford; Series two: St Michael's College, Tenbury; Series three: Christ Church Library, Oxford; Series four: The British Library, London; Series five: The Royal College of Music, London; Series six: The Cambridge Libraries; Series seven: The Royal Academy of Music, London; Series eight: The Gerald Coke Handel Collection; Series nine: Chapel and cathedral libraries, St. George's Chapel, Windsor); Italian music manuscripts from the British Library, London; Twentieth century composers (Tippett, Bliss and Finzi)"--User's manual, p. 9.
Popular Culture in Britain and America, 1950-1975: Rock and Roll, Counterculture, Peace and Protest [electronic resource].
- Hofmeister XIX
About this title: Hofmeister XIX is a web-based database of the Hofmeister _Monatsberichte_ for the period 1829-1900. The _Monatsberichte_ (monthly catalogues issued by Friedrich Hofmeister, Leipzig) are the most detailed source of information about nineteenth-century music publications, with particular emphasis on the German-speaking countries.
- Concert Programmes Project Online Database
The Concert Programmes Project Online Database (Phase 1) has been launched at the culmination of a three-year project to document the programme holdings of major libraries, archives and museums in selected regional centres throughout the UK and Ireland. The database currently offers descriptions of some 5,500 collections of music-related performance ephemera held by 53 institutions, including the British Library, the Royal College of Music, the Royal Academy of Music, the national libraries of Scotland and Ireland, the Bodleian Library and Trinity College, Dublin.