Cooperation partners

RISM (Répertoire international des sources musicales)

RISM Department, Dresden in SLUB

Papierhistorische Sammlungen der Deutschen Nationalbibliothek, located at the German Library in Leipzig

Bach-Archiv Leipzig

Sächsische Staatsoper Dresden

On individual composers

Telemann Zentrum, Magdeburg, Events, research, publications and bibliography on the life and works of Georg Philipp Telemann, Magdeburg Telemann Days Programme

Internationale Fasch-Gesellschaft e.V., Events, the Zerbst Fasch Days Programme, catalogue of works with all the available editions of the works of Johann Friedrich and Carl Friedrich Fasch.

Istituto Italiano Antonio Vivaldi (Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Venezia), The Institute possesses microfilms of all the available Vivaldi sources (including the complete Turin Collection). This is where the publishing of Vivaldi's complete editions is coordinated., Catalogue of works of Antonio Vivaldi (French)


Bach Digital, The digital presentation of all the extant manuscripts of the Bach family is under development; SLUB is the cooperation partner.

The Haynes Catalogue, Bibliography of Oboe Music by Peter Wuttke (Numerous references to works from the Cabinet II repertoire)

Catalogue of the Music Collection of the Dresden Catholic Court Church 1765, database dealing with the Catalogo della Musica di Chiesa 1765 by Janice Stockigt, University of Melbourne.

Bayerisches Musiker-Lexikon Online; SLUB is a cooperation partner providing data on writers, papermakers and papermills.

Of general interest

Mitteldeutsche Barockmusik, Sponsor for baroque music projects in Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia.

Travel Diaries of Crown Prince Friedrich Christian, 1738–40, documentation by Maureen Cassidy-Geiger

Digitalised music manuscripts on the internet

The Danish National Digital Sheet Music Archive, Selected manuscripts of music scores and prints of the Music Department of the Copenhagen Royal Library, including the "Giedde Collection", which primarily consists of instrumental music for the baroque flute of the 18th century.  

The Düben Collection Database Catalogue (University of Uppsala), The Düben Collection in the Uppsala University Library mainly contains sacred vocal music of the 17th century; in addition to the famous Buxtehude Manuscripts, it also includes works of the Dresden composers Vincenzo Albrici and Giuseppe Peranda.

Utile Dulci-samlingen, Collection of manuscripts and prints of 18th century works from the Musik-och teaterbiblioteket in Stockholm (Utile dulci was the predecessor institution of the Swedish Academy of Music). The collection exhibits numerous parallels to the Dresden Schrank II Collection.

Internet Culturale. Cataloghi e Collezioni digitali delle biblioteche italiane, comprehensive electronic catalogue, leading to numerous digital reproductions and further information to italian librettos and musical sources.