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New Web Resources!
The IJCC is an online peer-reviewed open-access journal, dedicated to providing the worldwide musical audience with free access to high-quality works by contemporary music researchers and composers.
John Cage Unbound: A Living Archive is an online record of John Cage's work and its evolving impact on music and performance. Browse Cage's manuscripts, watch videos of performances, and download a free e-book about prepared piano. An online exhibt from the New York Public Library, in celebration of the centenary of Cage's birth.
A new media collaboration which contains recordings, a digital manuscript, translations, over 200 cuepoints of topical discussions linked to the score, three and a half hours of video of lecture-concerts from the Oregon Bach Festival's Discovery Series in 2010, related articles and book chapters and more.
To get an overview of the site's functionality, start with this video on YouTube.
The Library of Congress presents the National Jukebox, which makes historical sound recordings available to the public free of charge. The online recordings are searchable by genre, artist, and time period.
A digital version of the book, Stories of the Operas with illustrations and descriptions of Victor opera records. There are links to Library of Congress audio recordings throughout.
Andras Schiff Lecture-Recitals: Beethoven Piano Sonatas
From The Guardian newspaper, an amazing series of lecture-recitals covering each of Beethoven's 32 piano sonatas.
More about Andras Schiff, from Oxford Music.