New York Public Library
After sunset / Arthur Prior -- Col. Ramsay D. Potts march / A. Buglione -- The court of love / Edmund Braham -- Danse Africaine / J.F. Gilder -- Happy days / Maurice Levi -- Hitland medley march and two-step / Helf & Hager Co. -- The marksman / L.P. Laurendeau -- On the field of glory / Ellis Brooks -- On the rocky road to Dublin / Ellis R. Ephraim -- Passions of the heart / Geo. D. Barnard -- Popularity / Geo. M. Cohan -- Punch & Judy / S.R. Henry -- Summertime and Bye bye deary : big double medley overture / Harry von Tilzer -- When it's moonlight on the prairie, and All she gets from the iceman is ice / Henry [and] Solman
University of California, Los Angeles - Charles E. Young Research Library
This collection consists of published compilations of music.
New York State Historical Documents
Manuscript songbook of George W. Scudder; various 19th century songbooks including a Garfield-Arthur campaign book; sheet music, 1869-1941; magazines; and advertisements
Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System - Special Collections
This collection contains 55 musical records (of which 11 records are of 78 medium size plates and 44 are of 44 small size plates) of black musicians. The musical recordings include a wide range of music from jazz, blues, Soul to gospel. The intention for this collection is to provide access to a wide variety of Black Popular Music, also to enrich your knowledge of black cultural experiences, expression, and representations through this musical collection. The collection has been arranged into the following series: I. Record titles, the artist, label and year of production; series II. Music category; series III. Photographs
New York State Historical Documents
Photographs, manuscripts and memorabilia, as well as 78 rpm and LP recordings, cassette tapes, player piano rolls, music books, and histories, and a cast collection of original sheet music of popular music composers and performers from the turn of the century through the 1960s. Artists represented include Harry Von Tilzer, Gus Edwards, Jay Gorney, Eva Tanguay, Nora Bayes, Bert Williams, Al Jolson, Eddie Cantor, Irving Berlin, George Gershwin, Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Cole Porter, Duke Ellington, Eubie Blake, Fats Waller, Jerome Kern, Richard Rogers, Oscar Hammerstein II, Guy Lombardo, Tommy Dorsey, Glenn Miller, Otis Black well, Elvis Presley, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Elton John and Billy Joel
University of New Mexico - Zimmerman Library
This is an important collection of popular music from Mexico in the first half of the twentieth century. It provides a good sampling of the types of songs, groups and performers then active. The songs are quite varied and include performances by a dueto, a trio, conjunto, several mariachis, orchestras, a mission choir, and the Mexican police band. There are songs of the Mexican Revolution, rancheras and huapangos. Also included are songs for Christmas, the well-known Spanish song Granada, a Serenata Azteca, two Cuban danzon numbers, historical and humorous corridos, a vals (waltz) and two marchas: Zacatecas and La Marcha para la Boda (wedding) de Luis Alonzo. The national anthem of Mexico was performed by the Mexican police band. Among the performers are Manuelita Arriola, Miguel Aceves Mejia, Alberto Dominguez, Jorge Fernandez, Martin y Eloisa, Pedro Infante and Alfonso Ortiz Tirado
Cornell University Libraries
Promotional posters for pop and rock music bands printed in England, Germany, Denmark, and other European countries, 1970s-2006
University of California, Los Angeles - Charles E. Young Research Library
Scores or parts of arrangements by Jack Leonard and Deane Kincaide for the Kate Smith show
University of California, Los Angeles - Charles E. Young Research Library
Published compilations of music. Includes piano music, songbooks, and instrumental methods