The library have plenty of sheet music, CDs, and books on the shelves. We have gathered relevant material for your tuition at the library website. To some of the databases you need your RAMA password.
Become a library user
You must be a student or employee at DJM to be registered as a user of the library. This is done by contacting the library.
You can search for books, sheet musics and you can reserve material and renew your loans. Klick here. Furthermore it is possible to read projects written by other students from RAMA. Find out how you can find the projects here
Bibliotek.dk is a database of the items found in the stock of the danish public and research libraries
Music scores of all Carl Nielsens works are available for download.
Choral Public Domain Library
A wiki with choir music and song music, lyrics, translations, etc.
Everyone may enter lyrics, sheet music, etc. Klick here.
The Danish Book of Hymns
Alphabetical and numerical overview of hymns. Only lyrics
Only in Danish. Klick here.
International Music Score Library Project
Here you will find older manuscripts from classical composers.
An english/danish dictionary on music subjects. Klick here.
Naxos Music Library
Contains classical music, contemporary instrumental music, relaxation music, world, nostalgia, Chinese music, pop and rock, folk, blues, jazz, and contemporary jazz. You can see the whole booklets as a pdf-files. Klick here.
Neue Mozart Ausgabe
The digitized version of the entire Neue Mozart-Ausgabe.
You can access the dictionaries either through your PC or your smartphone. You can access the dictionaries when your are logged on the RAMA’s network. You can use the following dictionaries at ordbogen.com:
Introduction to how you can use the dictionary at your smartphone
Oxford Music Online
Contains Encyclopedia of Popular Music, Grove Music, Oxford Dictionary of Music, Oxford Companion of Music. Klick here.
Index for all Real Books.
Repertoire International des Sources Musicales (RISM)
The RISM database contains references to about 700,000 music manuscripts from more than 25,000 composers mainly from before the year 1800.