[The following authors, listed alphabetically, are providing freely the material they have themselves prepared with much effort, a spirit of which I very much approve.
Please report any dead links by email via my home page (all links were tested on 8 May 2014).]

Rose Eide-Altman. Women at the piano, past and present: http://www.pianowomen.com

Paul Geffen. Sviatoslav Richter, including discography: http://trovar.com/str

Eric Grunin. Beethoven's "Eroica" symphony discography & tempo analysis with graphics: http://www.grunin.com/eroica [This site went off-line 12 March 2012]

Youngrok Lee. Many discographies & links to others, errors in record transfers, articles, etc.: http://fischer.hosting.paran.com/music/

Alex Malow. Videographies of Sviatoslav Richter and Emil Gilels: http://www.therichteracolyte.org

Donald Manildi and others. The International Piano Archives at Maryland: http://www.lib.umd.edu/ipam

Björn Östlund. Details of a number of interesting pianists (in Swedish): http://home.swipnet.se/bjorn_ostlund/ ; also the links at the end of that page, including a Lazar Berman discography. [This site is not available, 8 May 2014]

Peter Phillips. A large amount of material derived from Ampico piano rolls: http://www.petersmidi.com/

Ates Tanin. Several discographies, including Richter & Gilels: http://www.doremi.com/doremi.html

Mark A. Thomas. Material from The Etude Magazine: http://etudemagazine.com/ [For selected content, which is searchable, click on a cover picture.]

Peter Wong. OzProblems: Australian Chess Problem Composition: http://www.ozproblems.com/

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