The Dartmouth Jewish Sound Archive was established in 2002 as a repository of sound recordings for researchers and students. The site provides users with web-based access to Jewish recordings that are not commercially available, and with searchable information that can aid in the study of Jewish music and culture, Jewish society, and the history of Jewish recordings. A portion of the archive is available to the public domain, while the rest is available only to registered users.
Founded in 1982 and directed until 1999 by musicologist Dr. Avner Bahat, the Feher Jewish Music Center of Beth Hatefutsoth, the Museum of the Jewish Diaspora in Tel Aviv, Israel, is engaged in the preservation, recording, and promotion of Jewish music, both among the Museum’s visitors and the general public. Access to the database of the music collection is available only at the museum.