Music Resources from RILM
Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale (RILM) documents and disseminates music research worldwide. It is committed to the comprehensive and accurate representation of music scholarship in all countries and languages, and across all disciplinary and cultural boundaries. RILM offers full-text resources for the study of music, musicology and related disciplines.
In addition to metadata and abstracts curated and written by RILM’s global team of subject experts, RILM Abstracts of Music Literature with Full Text, one of the richest and most comprehensive full-text resources of scholarly music research, offers full-text search and cover-to-cover browsing.
This is an ever-expanding full-text compilation of reference works, many of which are not available anywhere else online. The collection currently includes 54 seminal titles (published from 1775 to the present), and new content is added every year. This extensive global resource is designed to meet the research needs of the international music community.
This invaluable high-quality index for music researchers and students is the only electronic resource for finding individual pieces of music from ancient Greek times to present published in standard scholarly editions, series and sets. Designed for music research and students, Index to Printed Music (IPM) provides over 550,000 records of individual music works.
Produced by Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale, this comprehensive music bibliography features citations, abstracts, and subject indexing. It facilitates both focused research and browsing for readers of all levels from classical to popular music, from ethnomusicology to music therapy, from elementary music education to advanced music theory.
About Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale (RILM)
Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale (RILM) is committed to representing the world’s knowledge about all musical traditions and to making this knowledge accessible to research and performance communities worldwide via digital collections and advanced tools. RILM’s collections aim to include the music scholarship of all countries, in all languages and across all disciplinary and cultural boundaries, thereby fostering research in the arts, humanities, sciences and social sciences.