- My page on SMP Press – View and order my SMP Press titles.
- My page on Noteflight Marketplace – View and order my Noteflight titles.
- My page on BHS Harmony Marketplace – View and order my BHS titles.
- Barbershop Connections.com
- Harmonet Central – Includes contact information for over 100 arrangers.
- Helping You Harmonise – Blog by Dr. Liz Garnett
- Learning Tracks – Jen Cooke (has arrangements of mine)
- Learning Tracks – Donya Metzger (has arrangements of mine)
- Learning Tracks – Tim Waurick (has arrangements of mine)
- Blank score paper – women’s barbershop | men’s barbershop
Music Notation Software
- Noteflight – Web-based platform for creating and selling music.
- Staffpad – Notation app for the MS Surface platform.
- ScoringNotes.com – Excellent blog with news and reviews of music notation programs. Operated by NYC Music Services, a music preparation service in New York City.
- Cylinder Preservation and Digitization Project – UC Santa Barbara, Davidson Library. Historic recordings from the era of Edison wax cylinders. Many pre-1938 barbershop quartets are in this collection, digitized and freely available.
- The Great 78 Project – Community project for the preservation, research, and discovery of 78rpm records. Part of the Internet Archive
- The Shellac Stack – A great podcast, hosted by Bryan Wright, that plays 78rpm records from the first half of the 20th century. Not limited to barbershop; great variety and great fun!
Selected Sheet Music Collections
- Sheet Music Consortium – Hosted by the UCLA Library; provides access to sheet music collections at more than 30 libraries all over the world
- College of William & Mary, Swem Library – Sheet Music Collection, 1827-1974
- Duke University, Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library – Historic American Sheet Music
- IN Harmony: Sheet Music from Indiana – Created by Indiana University; includes collections from Indiana University Lilly Library, Indiana State Library, Indiana State Museum, and Indiana Historical Society
- Kent State University Libraries – Borowitz Sheet Music Collection
- Johns Hopkins University Library – Lester Levy Sheet Music Collection
- Library of Congress – World War I Sheet Music
- UCLA Library – Archive of Popular American Music
- University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign – Historic U.S. Sheet Music Collection
- University of Maine, Fogler Library – Maine Music Box
- University of Tennessee, Knoxville – Sheet Music Collection
- Washington University in St. Louis, Gaylord Music Library – Krohn Sheet Music Collection
Copyright and Public Domain
(Please note: I’m not an attorney and cannot give legal advice. I’ve found these sites helpful in educating myself about copyright matters. Consult an attorney if you have questions about a specific copyright issue. Users from outside the US should consult copyright resources in their home country.)
- Cornell University, Copyright Information Center – see especially their chart, Copyright Term and Public Domain in the United States
- Dear Rich – Excellent blog on all areas of intellectual property (copyright, patent, trademark), written by a practicing attorney.
- The Evolution of Copyright in Music – Podcast from Northwestern University, Pritzker School of Law. An interesting discussion of how new technologies have shaped the copyright law, starting with piano rolls and ending with today’s digital distribution.
- Legal Encyclopedia: Patent, Copyright, and Trademark – From Nolo, a publisher of law books geared toward the consumer market. Contains links to related books on intellectual property and copyright published by Nolo.
- Public Domain Information Project – A good source for information about public domain music; also publishes songbooks of public domain titles
- U.S. Copyright Office
- Public Domain Information – Excellent blog post from Glenda Lloyd, a Sweet Adeline arranger in Australia, about differences in public domain laws around the world.
- ASCAP.com (Select “Search ASCAP.com” then select “Search ACE Repertory”)
- BMI.com (Select “Search Site or Repertoire”)
- SESAC.com (Select “Repertory”)