Large and expanding collection of both in-copyright and public domain editions and manuscripts of music scores, mostly from the classical repertory. Includes works by major and lesser-known composers spanning the Renaissance to the 21st century in full, study, and piano-vocal scores, and piano reductions.
Note: Accessible through Ebrary; click on sheet music icon at the top of the page.
9,000 sheet music titles for bands, orchestras, instrumentalists and vocalists of all levels. Includes classical titles from composers including Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Chopin, Haydn, Mozart, Scarlatti, Schubert and Tchaikovsky.
Authoritative, up-to-date source for worldwide links to non-commercial Web sites offering digitized scores and sheet music, maintained by the Loeb Music Library, Harvard University.
Provides digital access to rare music manuscripts and print materials from the 16th-20th centuries through an alliance of libraries with holdings of unique music resources, including music manuscripts, prints, and first and early editions (presently the British Library, Harvard University, Juilliard School, Library of Congress, Morgan Library and Museum, and New York Public Library). Database hosted by the Library of Congress as part of its Performing Arts Encyclopedia.