Information about the music library

 

The project was founded by the Dudaryk Chapel and the Lviv City Council. The free electronic music library is an innovative artistic project that was ranked 8th out of 10 in a competition of social and cultural projects in 2010. In 2014 and beyond, it is planned to develop this project and connect it to the national electronic library network. Today the project is filled with 30% of choral works. By the end of this year, this number will reach 3,500 pieces. The project plans to cooperate with museums and libraries (Lviv National Scientific Library named after V. Stefanyk, State Archives of Lviv Region, Lviv National Music Academy named after M. Lysenko) and develop in the areas of sacred, folk, and academic music of the 12th-21st centuries.
This is an unprecedented, pragmatic, and philanthropic step that will allow artists to access a huge archive of music for free, regardless of their location around the world.
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The project was founded by the Dudaryk Chapel and the Lviv City Council. The free electronic music library is an innovative artistic project that was ranked 8th out of 10 in a competition of social and cultural projects in 2010. In 2014 and beyond, it is planned to develop this project and connect it to the national electronic library network. Today the project is filled with 30% of choral works. By the end of this year, this number will reach 3,500 pieces. The project plans to cooperate with museums and libraries (Lviv National Scientific Library named after V. Stefanyk, State Archives of Lviv Region, Lviv National Music Academy named after M. Lysenko) and develop in the areas of sacred, folk, and academic music of the 12th-21st centuries.

This is an unprecedented, pragmatic, and philanthropic step that will allow artists to access a huge archive of music for free, regardless of their location around the world.

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