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Music Scores Online: Composers' Works & Monuments of Music
Highlights the "Chopiniana" of the National Library in Warsaw (BN Polona). The collection contains various printed editions of Chopin's pieces, books, and essays on the composer's life and his work. Upcoming additions will include digital reproductions of Chopin's manuscripts, his correspondence, and other memorabilia.
Housed at the University of North Texas the Lully Collection includes almost thirty rare seventeenth- and eighteenth- century scores of operas, ballets, and compilations by the seventeenth-century French composer Jean-Baptiste Lully and his sons.
Housed at the University of Iowa, this collection of over 200 early printed and manuscript scores represents the work of French composer and music publisher, Ignaz Pleyel (1757-1831). It consists primarily of keyboard and chamber music, including arrangements of large orchestra works, published within the composer's lifetime.