52nd Street Jazz
Features large collection of jazz and Latin music reviews, as well as news, discussions and links to purchase recordings online.
African-American Sheet Music, 1850 -1920
This collection (searchable by subject, composer, publisher, illustrator, and title) provides access to digital images of 1,305 pieces of sheet music at Brown University dating from 1850 through 1920.
Hoagy Carmichael Collection
The largest holding of materials pertaining to Hoagy Carmichael in the world. It will eventually include a complete catalog, access to selected digital objects, and supplemental research information.
Jamey Aebersold Jazz, Inc.
Includes music, CDs, and DVDs for sale; an online forum for discussion of jazz issues; a calendar of workshops, performances, and clinics; and links to other sites.
Includes reviews of new releases, photographs, interviews with musicians, biographies, history, and an open forum. (Note: This site is down as of 10/27/2017.)
Louisiana State Museum Jazz Collection
This site primarily deals with traditional New Orleans jazz. It focuses on photographs and audio recordings of musicians and bands primarily active in New Orleans, and musical instruments from the collections of the Louisiana State Museum.
Red Hot Jazz Archive
Includes comprehensive lists of musicians and bands that were active between 1895 and 1929. Includes essays, articles, and sound files.
The Louis Armstrong House Museum at Queens College contains Armstrong's vast personal collection of photographs, papers, scrapbooks, commercial recordings, private recordings, memorabilia, and musical instruments. The web site includes a tour of the house, changing online exhibits, a biography, and a bibliography and discography.
Sax on the Web
This page is devoted to saxophone playing, mainly "classical" but some jazz styles as well.
William P. Gottlieb Collection
The William P. Gottlieb Collection, comprising over sixteen hundred photographs of celebrated jazz artists, documents the jazz scene from 1938 to 1948, primarily in New York City and Washington, DC