Title Composer To view music from the Hill Collection, record the number of the song as assigned in the index on paper and take it to the circulation desk to retrieve your request. It is the responsibility of the user to follow applicable copyright law. To learn more about copyright, visit our copyright guide. Music from these collections must be used in the Fine Arts Library. When using the Hill Collection or the Phillips Collection, it is necessary to present a picture I. The terms state that Brown University Library isn’t aware of any US copyright or any other restrictions on the documents in this collection, so you’re probably all set. if you intend to copy or use any of the material, you are responsible for determining its copyright status.Also, some of the sheet music covers include photographs of popular performers of the day — reproduction of those materials What’s there: Collection of 2000 pieces of sheet music published in California between 18, maintained by the Museum Informatics Project, UC Berkeley.century including several hundred published musical and film song folios, musical artist folios, musical genre folios, and dance folios. You will find the title and description of the pieces published since 1923 online, but will need to visit our library to view those items. The entire collection has been scanned and, as restricted by copyright laws, those 75 years old and older are available online.
The Hill Collection may only be browsed by title and composer.
You can search the collection or browse by title, uniform title, genre, or dedicatee.
Using what you find: All materials are in the public domain.
Most of the sheet music found today was produced from the 1890s onward.
The early examples feature favorite songs from popular stage productions.