Jazz Studies Online is sponsored by the Center for Jazz Studies (at Columbia University) with funding from the Ford Foundation. This open-access resource includes a "selected ... wide range of digital resources - journal articles, book chapters, magazines, teaching materials, talks, internet links, and performances - to represent the diversity and innovation in jazz studies. Some of the themes explored here are the impact of jazz on modern art, on cultural and social struggles, and on any field of human interaction that may involve improvisation."
Produced by the Institute for Composer Diversity and housed at the State University of New York at Fredonia. “This database contains the profiles of composers from historically excluded groups who have consented to being represented in our databases, and whose works you can find in” the
* Art Song Database
* Orchestra Database
* Choral Database
* Wind Band Database OR
* Entire Composer Diversity database
A repository of scanned books contributed from academic institutions across the United States, including UC campuses, and those digitized by Google and the Internet Archive. Books still in copyright are scanned and searchable, but the full text scans will not become available online until their copyright expires. Although there is significant overlap with Google books, this site has a much more effective and sophisticated search interface. For additional details, see the HathiTrust Help Page.