The Open Music Library is a new initiative with the aim to build the world’s most comprehensive open network of digital resources for the study of music.
Curated by a community of music scholars, students, teachers and librarians it is free to
access and includes peer-reviewed journals books, music scores, with audio and video coming soon (public domain, linked open data).There is in-depth cross-searching of both open access and for-fee content (including Alexander Street collections).
Global contributors include: British Library; Royal Library of Denmark; Bibliothéque national de France; Bibioteca Nacional de Espaňa; Biblioteka Narodowa; the Library of Congress – and more to come…
Visit the feedback forum http://forum.openmusiclibrary.org/ so you can get involved in developing the Open Music Library!