MUSIC AND SOUND
- African American Sheet Music: Approx. 1500 fully digitised items from the collection at the John Hay Library at Brown University. Featured among these are many pieces of music by and relating to African Americans, from the 1820s to the present day: with songs from the heyday of antebellum blackface minstrelsy in the 1850s and the abolitionist movement of the same period.
- Center for Black Music Research: With online resources including bibliographies, music lists, and discographies, materials made available to illuminate the significance of black music in world culture.
- The Red Hot Jazz Archive: Text, Music and Images relating to the history of Jazz and 'Jazzmen' in New Orleans
- Smithsonian Folkways: The nonprofit record label of the Smithsonian institute. With information on musicians including Blues artists, Afro-Puerto Rican traditions and Civil Rights song leaders, and downloadable podcast programs for deeper exploration.
- The Sounds of Slavery: The site of a research and performance group exploring the sounds of slavery linked specifically to Liverpool, with a database recording over a 1000 songs