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Black Grooves is a music review site hosted by the Archives of African American Music & Culture (AAAMC) at Indiana University. It is targeted at students, scholars, librarians, collectors, and anyone else wanting the low down on the latest black music releases.
CANTUS is a database that assembles indices of the Latin ecclesiastical chants found in early manuscript and printed sources for the liturgical Office, such as antiphoners and breviaries. This digital archive benefits scholars in a variety of fields including ecclesiastical monody, the sacred polyphony of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, liturgical drama, hagiography, paleography, philology, ecclesiastical history and the history of monasticism, as well as performers of this early music (including church musicians and directors of liturgy), librarians and archivists.