The Bach Cantatas Website (BCW) is a comprehensive site covering all aspects of J.S. Bach's cantatas and his other vocal works. The BCW contains discussions and detailed discographies of each cantata and other vocal works, performers and general topic.
The Compline Choir of St. David's Episcopal Church in Austin, Texas welcomes all to come experience a beautiful half-hour of prayer, candlelight, and worship. The group, which consists of the finest singers in Austin, prepares and shares an ancient liturgy meant to end the day, honoring God and praying for His protection through the night. The group prays and sings the ancient prayers and responsories using Gregorian chant and Tudor motets.
This is an index to all hymns printed anywhere in the world with English-language texts up to 1820, and their publication history up to that date. Searching is by tune, text, source and composer. The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign under Professor Nicholas Temperley created it.
In partnership with The Hymn Society in the United States and Canada, Hymnary.org now houses the Dictionary of North American Hymnology -- making Hymnary.org the most complete database of North American hymnody on the planet.
This database is part of the CDRI (Cooperative Digital Resources Initiative) of the American Theological Library Association and the Association of Theological Schools. This is a database of shape-note tune books.
This site offers recordings, music, books and devotional items. Video clips are also accessible. Byzantine chant, Gregorian chant, Russian Chant, Medieval Sacred Music, Renaissance sacred music and old Roman chant are featured. Streaming music is also featured on the site.
This alphabetical survey contains classical, vocal requiems (and their composers) including fragments and unfinished ones in the original Latin text as well as in other languages (e.g. German requiems), requiem-songs, motets and profane requiems. Instrumental ones are not included.