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Library of Congress Digital CollectionsAccess online collections: view maps & photographs; read letters, diaries & newspapers; hear personal accounts of events; listen to sound recordings & watch historic films.
Petrucci Music LibraryGoal is to create a virtual library containing all public domain music, as well as music from composers who are willing to share their work with the world without charge.
The Mutopia ProjectThe Mutopia Project offers sheet music editions of classical music for free download. These are based on editions in the public domain, and include works by Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Handel, Mozart, and many others.
National JukeboxThe Library of Congress provides historical sound recordings to the public, free of charge. Recordings were made between 1901-1925 and issued on record labels now owned by Sony Music Entertainment.
This digital project from the Washington University of St. Louis is a catalogue of the works of Bizet, compiling a varitety of lists of his works and transcriptions, along with a bibliography of sources about him along with historic and contextual annotations. It is "intended to provide a full historical documentation of Bizet's work as composer and transcriber."