From the British library, a collection of digitized sixteenth century works beginning with a Petrucci publication, including church music by Josquin, Tallis and Byrd, and secular music from Germany, Italy and Austria.
Over 138 MSS and first editions by such diverse composers as JS Bach and Britten have been digitized and are available for downloading and printing from the Juilliard School of Music. Not friendly to all browsers.
A collection of liturgical manuscripts held by the Library of Congress. The development of the modern staff, from one to five lines, changes in neumes, and varied uses of clefs can be easily traced through an examination of these works.
Provides links to such subjects as The History of Recording and Machines, to discographies, and to an extensive collection of institutions and organizations. N.B.; Most resources restricted to UW users are available to you on the Wabash library music page!