Music Archives Music Research Spring 2008 Final
American Folk Life Center – Library of Congress• Washington, DC• Direct link to Collection• Online presentations• Experiencing war; stories from the Veterans History Project
American Jazz Museum – St. Louis, MO• Music collections• Upcoming shows (in the area)• Blogs, etc.
Indiana University Archives of Traditional Music• (www.indiana.edu/libarchm• Collections = Hoagy Carmichael Collection, Browse Journals/journals (1915-2000 +)
Jazz Archival Collections @ UCLA• Los Angeles, CA• Andre Chaves Collection• A & M Records Coll. Of Business papers, sound recordings, music manuscripts, and memorbillia.• Collection of Big Band Photos• Collection of Music Journals• John Coltrane Transcriptions Collection• Eric Dolphy Transcriptions, Ella Fitzgerald Coll., George Hocutt/Ray Avery Jazz Record Store Collection, Shelly Manne Collection, Howard Morehead Collection of photos and papers, Charlie Parker Trans. Collection, Paul Tanner Collection of Jazz and Popular music recordings
African American Sheet Music• Digital collection of African American sheet music from 1840 – 1950• Located at John Hay Library at Brown University• Historical and contextual sections of website• Online resources
Louisiana State Museum (Jazz Collection)• New Orleans, LA 70116• History of the Collection• Instruments• Photographs• Recordings• Film• Pics• Sheet Music• Misc. info.
Hutchins Library, Special Collections & Archives (Berea College)• Located in Berea, KY• Book Collections• Archives and Manuscripts• Traditional Music Resources• BOOST (Basic Online Orientation Skills Tutorial)• BANC (Berea’s Automated Networked Catalog)
Stanford University Archive of Recorded Sound• Sound bites• Monterey Jazz Festival• Ancona Collection• Bonelli Collection• Chamlee, Crooks, Spector, Collections• Flagstad, Pryor, Prochorowa, Fafan, and Grover Sales Collection;• New titles
University of Mississippi Blues Archives• Blues and Blues-related materials• African American Studies and southern culture
UCLA Music Library Archive of Popular Music• Popular Music in the United States• Sheet music, Anthologies, and arrangements for band and orchestra
MTSU – The center for Popular Music• American Music• 18thand 19th century – 1920s• Early rock, Mainstream rock, and alt. rock.• Rock periodicals, and historical and biographical books• Ragtime, Jazz, Blues, anglo and African-American folk music, country,Gospel, and rock• Sheet Music and periodicals – Ray Avery, Show music, Motion Picture,; American Song Broadsides, Newspaper, Confederate Music, and Sheet music volumes• Rare Books - Gospel Songbooks, Hymnbooks, Sacred and Secular Oblong books, Sacred Vocal Scores, Songsters and text only hymnals, Instrumental music books, and school texts (publishers