The Print Music Collections at Florida Atlantic University Libraries contain more than 30,000 musical scores and documents organized in four large collections: American Popular, Classical, Jewish, and Cantors. These materials date from the 17th through 21st centuries and include rare and unique manuscripts, published scores, and sheet music. The repertoire includes scores for solo voice, choir, solo instruments, jazz combos, chamber ensembles, and orchestra.
These collections provide an invaluable resource for both scholars and performers and we continue to accept donations that enhance our holdings and preserve this rich musical heritage. Recently added to this growing collection are the personal papers and compositions of Morton Gold, the 2010 winner of the Cantors Assembly's Kavod Award for lifetime achievement.
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