Tutt Library Research Guides
Use the genie to determine whether a work is under copyright. Links for other information provided.
See this page for more information.
Information on using music in student performances, etc.:
http://copyright.musiclibraryassoc.org/Resources/FAQ (see the performance rights section)
http://copyright.columbia.edu/copyright/fair-use/other-rights-of-use/ (see public display, displays and performances in face-to-face teaching, and displays and performances in distance education sections).
Best Practices in the Fair Use of Copyrighted Materials in Music Scholarship, presented by the American Musicological Society
Dartmouth Jewish Sound Archive- "....a web-based collection of recordings related to Jewish music, culture, society and history. Still a work-in-progress, the collection has grown to include folk songs and theater pieces, cantorial readings, stories and songs for children, speeches, music by Jewish composers and historical recordings, among other items.
Musical Acoustics Research Library MARL consists of the research materials from acousticians around the world who were dedicated to studying different aspects of violin making, which make up the Catgut Acoustical Society papers, and the archives of three prominent wind instrument acousticians of our time, John Backus, John W. Coltman, and especially Arthur H. Benade,
Early Music Online is a pilot project in which 300 of the world’s earliest surviving volumes of printed music, held in the British Library, have been digitised and made freely available online. You can browse the digitised content in Royal Holloway's digital repository.
The entire recorded Mozart opus for free download in wma format.