Established in 2002 as a repository of sound recordings for researchers and students. If you are not on campus at Dartmouth College, you will need to have a user account. To register you will need to demonstrate a legitimate scholarly or research purpose.
The first center dedicated to the documentation and the resources pertaining to Jewish music in Europe, the IEMJ was created in 2006 by the French Judaism Foundation, the Yuval association and the Henriette Halphen Foundation.
An academic institution dedicated to the documentation, research, and publication of scholarly materials about music conceived, performed, and consumed within Jewish social frameworks in the past and present.
Access provided to U-M affiliates + guests in U-M libraries. The world's largest online classical music library. It offers streaming access to more than 150,000 CDs with over two million tracks, including both standard and rare repertoire.
A website run by advocates of the early Hebrew folksong. Their goal is to save from extinction songs written in Hebrew, from the early stages of Zionism up until the establishment of Israel, and to make these songs openly accessible to the public.