Do you have an extensive collection of choral scores? Do you manage easily to find your way around the collection? Do you have sufficient information on each piece in your current catalogue?
The good news is that you can use Musica International database, already rich with 200,000 references, to locate your own scores and benefit from a full academic description of each work at any time. The directories/folders (fields) you create will then be visible and available to you as well as to those authorized by you who use Musica.
How does it work?
The result: Without effort, you now have a catalogue of your scores manageable with all the functions of a professional database and overflowing with all the necessary information on each piece: composer, title, voicing, difficulty, genre, tonality, duration, keywords, multimedia features, etc.
Furthermore, if a score from your collection is not referenced yet in the Music database, you can add the score’s description to the database, thus contributing to development of Music International database worldwide.
Official magazine of the International Federation for Choral Music, the International Choral Magazine is published quarterly in the four official languages of IFCM: English, French, German and Spanish. It is distributed in more than 80 countries on the five continents and is the official voice of choral music around the world.Read more
Our focus at the moment is to unite the choral calendars of international choral organisations. Meanwhile please consult the calendar of choral events published by the European Choral Association - Europa Cantat here.Read more