This database contains records of 50,000 events, both musical and non-musical, that occurred in the public performance spaces of Carnegie Hall from its opening in 1891 to present. As of today, records spanning the period between 1891 and 1941 are now publicly available with more than 12,500 events covered. Additional data will be released on a regular basis.
Milken Archive is the largest collection of American Jewish music ever assembled—more than 700 recorded works, including over 500 world premier recordings. But the Milken Archive, known primarily up to now for its groundbreaking 50-CD series released on the Naxos label, is far more than a recording project. The Milken Archive’s collection consists of 800 hours of oral histories, 50,000 photographs and historical documents, and thousands of hours of video footage from recording sessions, interviews, and live performances, plus an extensive collection of program notes and essays.
Online thematic catalog of Nielsen's works complete with details of original manuscript sources, performance history, and primary texts.
Musical Manuscripts Onlinefrom the Morgan library.
To access these music collections, users may browse a comprehensive list of composers in alphabetical order, and also consult a manuscript list associated with the composers
Juilliard Manuscript Collection The Juilliard Manuscript Collection is an extraordinary collection of 140 priceless autograph manuscripts, sketches, engravers proofs and first editions, which were donated to the school in February 2006 by Juilliard Board Chairman Bruce Kovner.
The publication includes a wealth of information on musical pedagogy in the late 18th century and early 19th centuries and presents first-hand accounts of composers and performers of the period. With permission from representatives of Carl Fischer/Theodore Presser, I have made scanned images of each issue, and they are now available through the Digital Commons of Gardner-Webb University