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Datenbases and Music streaming

NEW (january 1st, 2018):
Berlin Philharmonic Digital Concert Hall
Personal registration must take place in the library. Die persönliche Registrierung muss in der Bibliothek erfolgen. Subsequently you get external access to all contents of the Digital Concert Hall. Please contact our library team if you got further questions or are in the need of support.

JSTOR (only accessible within the MUK)
Full texts of electronic and digital journals of the JSTOR Music Collection, documented from its first year up to a “moving wall” (depending on the title, 2-5 years before the current year).

RILM (only accessible within the MUK)
Based on the Répertoire international de littérature musicale (RILM), international literature documents all genres of musicology and related areas.
A database comprising 620,000 bibliographical documents from 1967 to the current day

Oxford Music Online (only accessible within the MUK)
Important reference for music

Naxos Music Library (only accessible within the MUK)
World’s largest online streaming portal for classic music
Currently access to (as of Jan 2016) over 120,000 albums with about 1.7 million tracks from the genres of classic, jazz, world music, folk, rock, pop and Chinese music
Text material (mainly in English) with biographies about composers and performers, details on oeuvres, oeuvre analyses, CD explanatory texts, summaries and libretti of operas, etc.


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