IMSLP talk:Other music score websites

See this site: (French) Lemarsu 00:05, 7 July 2008 (EDT)

Why are the Bolognani scores forbidden to be distributed? On his homepage, he clearly states, that all scores are under CC!--Boccaccio 08:37, 8 February 2009 (EST)

Not yet ordened: Is this correct English? I guess it means Not yet set in order or not yet sorted out? --Coulonnus 07:07, 14 June 2010 (UTC)



Is RISM of interest to us? It may be very new (or the opposite; I think I've heard those initials before), it may be a resource specifically for academics, I don't know much about it. Will have a closer look later. Claims I think to be a large digital music repository. (Then - separate- there's this whole "Hathitrust Digital Library" matter but ... erm.) Eric 13:41, 28 October 2010 (UTC)

also- Finland to be poss. kept in mind

need to see if they're digitizing music yet (the key point of course), but very promisingly, their rules and regulations on the use of digitized material from their libraries (Digitisation policy) is quite sensible. Eric 13:37, 20 December 2010 (UTC)

Also again, not a music score website, but may, like HMB, contain helpful information in places

  • ANNO Austrian Newspapers Online - contains issues of the Deutsche Musik-Zeitung (and also, I think, the Neue Wiener Musik-Zeitung) from the late 19th century (and possibly other journals) that might help track down first performances and much other information- perhaps. (Google books where accessible has many other such scanned in journals, like AMZ and The Musical Times, of similar and sometimes considerable use.) Eric 13:13, 17 April 2011 (UTC)

closed sites and broken links

Is it necessary to keep links to suspended or permanently closed sites in this page? And sites that no longer work? Can't we simply remove these sites? --Coulonnus 11:41, 17 May 2011 (UTC)