The International Council for Traditional Music is a scholarly organization which aims to further the study, practice, documentation, preservation, and dissemination of traditional music and dance of all countries. To these ends the Council organizes World Conferences, Symposia, Colloquia, and publish a yearbook and an online bulletin.

A site full of great information about the history of recordings and their pioneers. It has an emphasis on the Eastern Mediterranean; especially Greece and Turkey about the period from 1900 till 1940.

The Arnold Bake Society for the Performing Arts Worldwide was founded in 1984. Its purpose is to provide a platform for those involved in any way in the study, teaching, enjoyment or preservation of world music, dance and other performing arts. The Society takes its name from the Dutch ethnomusicologist and Sanskritist Arnold Bake (1899-1963) who was one of the first to make extensive field recordings all over South Asia.

The Meertens Institute, established in 1926, has been a research institute of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) since 1952. We study the diversity in language and culture in the Netherlands. Part of the Meertens Institute is the Amsterdam Center for European Ethnology.

The Dutch song database is very interesting.

The site of Dimitrije Buzarovski (Buzarovski Archive). A lot of information about (musical) developments related to Balkan cultures and traditions.

A site of excellent information about music on 78 RPM shellac records.

The site of "Macedonian Folk Songs" with hundreds of song texts, audio samples and sometimes translations.

The site of John Pappas about a village that after 1936 was renamed in Polykerasos. It is situated near Kastoria. It has a lot of information: history, cooking, but also recordings of Macedonian music.