This collection includes over 100 examples from the Library’s 19th Century French Sheet Music Collection of over 19,000 pieces, ranging from the 1820s to the early 1900s. The examples highlight both women’s work and the cultural work about women in the popular song industry of the 19th century France. From McGill University via JSTOR.
Representations of Black diasporic people and cultures through close to a century of illustrations and musical and lyrical compositions found in sheet music publications in the Brown University Library collections. Warning: contains some offensive and racist material.
"The collection contains music written by Wisconsin composers, published by Wisconsin publishers, and pieces whose subject matter is Wisconsin. The publications date from the late 1850s, extend to the present." From the Mills Music Library.
"Developed to provide bibliographic access to the Americana Collection of sheet music... Some records for selected compositions have associated images of the scanned sheet music. Over time additional images may be added to the collection." Works published before 1900.