Helpful Websites for Musicians
Petrucci Music Library (by International Music Score Library Project)
Free downloadable Public Domain Scores. In the U.S., scores published before 1923 are Public Domain.
Choral Public Domain
An invaluable source for Choral Works (Choral literature only)
Sibley Music Library (Eastman School of Music)
Search and download digitized scores for free.
Sheet Music on the Web (by Sheet Music Consortium)
This is a new project. It links to several important libraries worldwide and has thousands of scores for free download.
The Mutopia Project
Free Domain classical sheet-music for free download, including some that might be ‘hard to get’.
Free Sheet Music Library
Older editions of classical composers. Features the complete Bach Cantatas.
Classical organ music (Bach, Handel, Pachelbel) for free download
Harvard University free digital scores
Free scores and libretti for download, but very little organ music.
02.-MASTER LISTS OF ONLINE RESOURCES FOR THE MUSICIAN:
(For support: Directories of Resources Lists)
Worldwide Internet Music Resources List (from Indiana University)
Finding Scores Online List (from Yale University)
Resources for Music Scholars List (from Harvard University)
Sheet Music Collections Online List (from University of Chicago Library)
Sheet Music Collections Online List (from Duke University)
“National Jukebox” by Library of Congress
Cylinder Preservation and Digitization Project
Free downloads or streaming online
Belfer Cylinders Collection (from Syracuse University)
Rapidly growing hymn and hymnal reference site.
Hymn Tune Index
J.S. Bach Biography
Pictures, history, location of 31 original instruments
The complete organ works of Johann Sebastian Bach, recorded by James Kibbie on original baroque organs in Germany as FREE INTERNET DOWNLOADS:
INFORMATION SOURCES REGARDING THE ORGAN:
AGO Boston Chapter Organ Library
Photocopies of Out of Print and Public Domain material are available for a moderate fee. Donations of organ related books, music and literature as well as financial support are encouraged.
Electronic Resources for the Organ (by: Dr. W. Dan Hardin)
Pipe Organ information for children:
American Organ Institute (AOI) from the University of Oklahoma:
General, Technical and biographical information about pipe organs, especially Theater and “Symphonic” organs:
American Institute of Organbuilders (AIO):
The associate Pipe Organ Builders of America (APOBA):
Organ Historical Society (OHS):
The Reed Organ Society (ROS):
American Theater Organ Society (ATOS):
Atlantic City Convention Hall Organ Society
ORGAN RELATED ONLINE FORUMS AND CHATLISTS: