- Cantorial Resource Texts
- Ashkenazi Cantorial Recordings
- Dutch Cantorial Recordings
- Online Jewish Music Communities
- Spanish-Portuguese and Sephardic Cantorial Recordings
- Sheet Music Archives
- Songs, Zmirot, and Piyutim
1718 Hazzan’s Manual. If you have the Hebrew chops, a great read!
CantorEsq on Mediafire
An amazingly comprehensive collection of recordings of chazzanus. Notably contains recordings of Selichos services, Shalosh Regalim, and Shabbat Services from some of the cantorial greats.
Digitale Sammlungen Universitätsbibliothek (Goethe Universität)
An extensive digital collection of PDFs of books and music. Notably, this database includes PDFs of cantorial anthologies by Abraham Baer, Gershon Ephros, Solomon Sulzer, Louis Lewandowski, Samuel Naumbourg, and others.
Save the Music
SaveTheMusic.com is dedicated to saving and promoting Jewish music by finding old recordings, enriching them with lyrics, translations, transliterations, sheet music, biographies of performers, composers, etc. digitizing the songs including Yiddish, Hebrew, Ladino and Chazonish music, and making all this information available on-line to young performers and everybody interested in Jewish music.
The Levisson Institute Online Music Library
Dutch courses with recordings and PDFs of Dutch Jewish Nusach.
Dartmouth Jewish Sound Archive
An extensive collection of digitized Jewish music recordings! You must have a login to access DJSA, but you can petition for one on their site.
Florida Atlantic University Jewish Sound Archive
The primary mission of the Judaica Sound Archives at FAU Libraries is to collect, preserve, and digitize Judaica sound recordings; to create educational programs highlighting the contents of this rich cultural legacy; and to encourage the use of this unique scholarly resource by students, scholars and the general public.
Liturgical Music of Shaarey Shamayim in London
Spanish-Portuguese liturgical music. This site contains almost the entire cantorial repertoire of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews’ Congregation of London – “Kahal Kadosh Shaar Hashamayim” – which was established in 1656 and is the oldest Jewish community in the British Isles.
Online resource for Spanish-Portuguese nusach and chazzanut.
Chabad.org Jewish Music
Recordings of old and new Jewish melodies.
Comprehensive site on Jewish Liturgical Music (chazzanut), with a large collection of cantorial music scores, midi sound, annotated links and background information. Notably contains publications by Max Bruch, Yossele Rosenblatt, and Solomon Rozumni.
Harvard’s Loeb Music Library Digital Archive
Lots more PDFs of scores, Jewish and non-Jewish.
International Music Score Library Project / Petrucci Music Library
One of the largest collections of public domain musical works on the internet.
St. Petersburg Score Collection
The Society for Jewish Folk Music in St. Petersburg, the first Jewish musical institution permitted in Russia, founded in 1908. With its emphasis on folkloric collection, new Jewish music composition and performance, over time the Society included such young composers as Joseph Achron, Michail Gnesin, Alexander Krein, Moshe Milner, Solomon Rosowsky and Lazare Saminsky, among others, and it nurtured their work through its own publishing arm.
Music Video-Clip Archive
Any links on this site will take you to YouTube to watch the corresponding videos. Nice to have all of these in one place.
A wonderfully extensive collection of piyutim, and recordings of their melodies.
Singable Song Translations
Provided by Chazzanut.com.
A user-editable online collection of zemirot for all occasions.