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Internet Resources in Music

Freely available websites that cover a wide range of musical interests

Online Journals and Periodicals

The libraries provide electronic access to selected articles about music from journals indexed in these databases, which are only accessible to University at Albany faculty, students, and staff:

These databases are freely accessible to the public:

  • EOL; Ethnomusicology OnLine (University of Maryland, Baltimore County)

    Peer-reviewed, multimedia Web journal. Includes articles, reviews, and more. Provides links to related Web sites arranged in the following categories: Institutions, Publications, Single titles, Teaching, and Other. (Issues available: No. 1, October, 1995+)

  • Gramophone Online (Gramophone Magazine, UK)

    Gramophone Online is the electronic version of Gramophone Magazine. Offers daily international news of the music world, reviews, and links to many relevant Web sites. The site hosts Gramofile, the world's largest archive of record reviews. Users may access material from previous issues of the magazine, extra news channels, audio clips, expanded competitions areas, and the entire contents of the Grove Concise Dictionary of Music.

  • Journal of Seventeenth-Century Music (University of Illinois)

    "Refereed forum for scholarly studies of the musical cultures of the seventeenth century. These include historical and archival studies, performance practice, music theory, aesthetics, dance and theater. The JSCM also publishes critical reviews and summary listings of recently published books, scores, recordings, and electronic media." (Issues available: Vol. 1, No. 1, 1995+) .

  • Music & Vision (Basil Ramsey, UK)

    "The world's first daily classical music magazine." Presents features and regular series, including book, CD, concert, opera, downloadable music, Web site reviews, interviews, editorials, international news from the music community, and concert listings from around the world. (Issues available: 1999+).

  • Music Theory Online: A Journal of Criticism, Commentary, Research, and Scholarship (Society for Music Theory)

    Refereed electronic journal that includes articles, book reviews, reports, announcements of upcoming conferences and calls for papers, job opportunities, abstracts of recently completed and in-progress dissertations, and summaries of recently published books. (Issues available: Vol. 0, No. 1, 1993+).

  • Latin American Music Center (Indiana University)

    Founded in 1961 by the Rockefeller Foundation, under the direction of distinguished composer and musicologist Juan Orrego-Salas, the Latin American Music Center is the oldest center of its kind in the United States.