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Dive Into The Greatest French Music Collections

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Whether you study music or just love it, now is the perfect time to discover major French catalogs online!

CDMC : Catalogue du Centre de documentation de la musique contemporaine de Paris
More than 20,000 documents relating to contemporary music, including numerous sound recordings and unpublished scores.

Collections of the Musée de la Musique
The media library includes a catalog of instruments and works of art (more than 7,000 detailed records of musical instruments), photographs, recordings (more than 100 recorded instruments), instrument makers, and archives.

Ircam's Resource Centre
Ircam's Resource Centre (available in English or French) aims to build up and disseminate reference works about contemporary music; information about the relationship between art, science, and technology; and musical research. It also brings together all the institute's knowledge and supports: archives of concerts and conferences, scores, scientific and media articles, etc.

Médiathèque Hector Berlioz - Conservatoire de Paris
Since 1990, when the Conservatoire was set up at La Villette, the Hector Berlioz Media Library has offered a vast collection of multimedia documents on music and dance. Pedagogical and heritage collections come together to form a base of 185,000 printed and audiovisual documents.

Nadia Boulanger Resssource Center - Conservatoire national supérieur musique et danse Lyon
A center for music and choreographic teaching and research, the Médiathèque Nadia Boulanger holds more than 99,000 resources. It brings together information from Nadia Boulanger, Jean Martinon, H. Mondon, Henry de Rouville, Xavier Darasse, Monsieur Béthenod, Jane Bathori and Roger Accart.

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