J.S. Bach Homepage
(Jan Hanford and Jan Koster)
This site features a detailed
biography, an in-depth listing of every composition, and a very
impressive, annotated list of recordings--plus a whole lot more. The
site is very easy to navigate and has a great many features that will
please everyone from the most advanced scholars to the novice
researcher. One warning though: Don't go to this site unless you can
spend a fair amount of time checking it out; it's well worth the time,
and you won't regret it.
The Bach Digital Library
(A project of the IBM Corporation, co-operating with Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, Universität Leipzig, Musikinstrumenten-Museum der Universität Leipzig, Bach-Archiv Leipzig, Sächsische Landesbibliothek, Internationale Bachakademie Stuttgart, etc)
A brand new website, The Bach Digital Library has just been launched at
http://www.bachdigital.org, which will allow music lovers to view J.S.
Bach's original manuscripts online. Get the details on the motivation and goals for the
new site, its advanced features, the organizations that are making it
happen, and some of the pieces that you will find there.