New York State Historical Documents
Scores of Hartwick College baseball, soccer, lacrosse, wrestling and track and field
Yeshiva University - Mendel Gottesman Library
Music for 24 liturgical scores, mostly for Friday night synagogue services, by Cantor Solomon Reichlin, possibly of New York. There is an index of the scores on the inside front cover
Harvard University - Loeb Music Library
Contains manuscript scores, parts and lead sheets for original compositions and arrangements. Also included are contracts for engagements, signed copyright forms, photographs and correspondence
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Collection consists of three handwritten copies of the musical score for "Litany of Solomon Ephraim ben Aaron Lentschutz, 1619," for baritone cantor, choir, and organ. The scores are inscribed to Frances Hyams Brentano, Radcliffe College class of 1912
Denver Public Library
Nineteen handwritten musical scores include Far Dreaming Peaks Symphonic Poem for Orchestra, Daw Fable for Orchestra, Flame of Santa Fe, The Valley of the Wild Deer, Suite in B Flat Major
American University - Bender Library
American sheet music published originally as separate scores and bound as two separate volumes for Miss M.J. Glover, the collection's owner. Early to mid-19th century. Cities represented by publishers include Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New York. Most of the music is scored for piano solo and piano with voice. Included are dance music, marches variations and opera excerpts. The collection is particularly strong for music popular in Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
National Library of Australia
The collection comprises eleven music scores as well as a roneo copy of a one leaf circular titled, 'Australasian Performing Right Association and the Australian Broadcasting Commission Olympic composers competition and a light music composers' competition 1956'. This includes a list of winners in each section, though J.E. Hunter won no prize for his composition, 'Olympic greeting : Olympic unison song'. The music scores in the collection include this composition and the following titles: 'Flight o' fancy : song for piano' (two copies; one roneoed and the other written in ink); 'Elfin music : song' (written in ink; words by Alexander G. Steven and music by John E. Hunter); 'Elegie' (piano music written in ink); 'The chase : waltz' (written in ink); 'Sonatina in four movements'; 'Spring' (words by P. Lloyd-Smith and music by J.E. Hunter; manuscript in three copies: two in ink and one in pencil); '[The overlanders droving, the cattle kicking up dust]' (written in pencil); 'The call' ... Read More
University of Louisville - Ekstrom Library
Columbia University - Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Scope and Content A collection of forty-two scores.
University of Oklahoma - Carl Albert Center