African American Art Song Alliance: Contributions to art song, as composers, performers, and scholars with list of published works, links to resources for research and performance, and list of composers; profile includes their biography and media files.
Afrocentric Voices in "Classical" Music: Focuses on classically trained singers and composers of African descent and vocal music forms they influenced, including opera, art songs, and Negro spirituals. Artist Biographies and bibliography.
The Black Music History Library: Books, articles, documentaries, films, and podcasts on Black origins of traditional and popular music from 18th c. to present. Organized chronologically and by genre
Blacks in classical music II: an international bibliography and resource guide: Print Reference (Stauffer) ; ML128.B45 B53 2023
Center for Black Music Research: Role of black music in world culture (United States, Africa, Europe, Latin America, Caribbean): personal papers, scores, sheet music, AV, photographs, books, periodicals, and recordings. Includes CBMR collection guides.
Strings / Chamber Repertoire by BIPOC Composers (USC Thornton School of Music)
Early Music America: Diverse repertoire and list of BIPOC composers before 1850, e.g. Black and Brown Composers in Baroque Latin America: An Introduction to the Repertoire and presentation slides.
Indigenous Studies Portal Research Tool: Articles, e-books, theses, government publications, videos, oral histories, and digitized archival documents and photographs on Indigenous peoples of Canada including bibliography on Indigenous Music & Song
On Music Theory, and Making Music More Welcoming for Everyone. " American music theory has been framed and taught almost exclusively by white men. As a result, whiteness and maleness are woven into the fabric of the field, and BIPOC music theorists face enormous hurdles due to their racial identities. In On Music Theory, Philip Ewell brings together autobiography, music theory and history, and theory and history of race in the United States to offer a black perspective on the state of music theory and to confront the field’s white supremacist roots."
Dataset of composers who identify as Black, Indigenous, or People of Colour (BIPOC) with a connection to Canada (e.g. are Canadian, working in Canada, or from an Indigenous nation in Canada). Created by Doi, Carolyn; Hilts, Janet, 2021, "BIPOC Canadian Composers". (2021-10-29).
Black Canadian Composers of Art Song: Part of the Canadian Art Song Project.
BIPOC Voices: Database of works for one or more singers accompanied by instruments. This includes opera, oratorio, orchestral art song, vocal chamber music, and other formats.
Institute for Composer Diversity: Includes composer, works, and choral works diversity databases
Diversify the Stand: Programming Resources: Inlcudes lists of compositions by under-represented composers.
Music by Asian and Asian-American Composers: Lists by genre and section for women.
plainsightSOUND (rediscovering colonial and postcolonial voices in British classical music)