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- Aaron Copland Collection, Library of Congress
The Aaron Copland Collection at the Library of Congress offers users electronic access to hundreds of photographs, correspondences, music, and writing.
- American Composers Orchestra - David Raksin Remembers His Colleagues
This website features David Raskin's reminiscences of other film composers from Hollywood's classical era.
- Bernard Herrmann Estate
The Bernard Herrmann estate provides information on the famed composer as well as information on upcoming performances of his work. In addition, finding aids are provided to the Bernard Herrmann papers at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
- Center for Visual Music
The Center for Visual Music is a nonprofit film archive dedicated to visual music, experimental animation, and avant-garde media. Its website offers an online library, an official research page for filmmaker/painter Oskar Fischinger, information about traveling curated film programs and membership, an online store, and galleries.
- Dimitri Tiomkin - The Official Web Site
The official website of Dimitri Tiomkin features a biography of the composer, audio clips of his compositions, personal and promotional photographs, and a searchable catalogue to the Dimitri Tiomkin Collection at the University of Southern California.
- Film and Television Music Archive
The website for UCLA's Film and Television Music Archive, which includes a catalog entry and a finding aid for each collection. The items are available at the physical archive in Los Angeles.
- Franz Waxman - Official Site
The official website of composer Franz Waxman features a biography, audio clips, a filmography and discography, and a finding aid to the Franz Waxman Papers at Syracuse University.
- RILM Abstracts of Music Literature
More than 400,000 records offering bibliographic information on music-related publications, including books, periodicals, dissertations, critical companions, and more.