The Music Box
The Music Box is an extensive searchable online database of more than 2500 songs that includes information on the song (where it can be found in songbooks, composers, song genre, culture) as well as a way to listen to recordings of the song by various artists.
From Rise Up and Sing
Broadside Ballads Online
Broadside Ballads Online presents a digital collection of English printed ballad sheets from between the 16th and 20th centuries, linked to other resources for the study of the English ballad tradition. The collection includes many primitive woodcut illustrations, and words, but rarely musical notation.
From the Bodleian Library at the University of Oxford
A Folk Song A Day
Jon Boden’s project to record a folk song a day yielded a total of 365 folk songs with introductions and notes. This is a searchable database, or you can scroll through an alphabetical list of the songs.
From Jon Boden
The Full English Project
The Full English Project is the world’s biggest free digital archive of traditional folk music and dance tunes, and songs.
The Mudcat Café is an online discussion group and song and tune database, which also includes many other features relating to folk music.
Roy Dommett’s Morris Notes
This online collection contains an extensive set of dance notes from various traditions as collected by Roy Dommett. It also includes articles on other topics such as sport injuries, playing music for morris, clowning in morris, and more.
by Dr. Anthony Barrand
Tunes from Bacon’s “A Handbook of Morris Dances”
Hundreds of morris dance tunes as appeared in Lionel Bacon’s “A Handbook of Morris Dances”.
From The Morris Ring