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  • A Roman Carnival, Overture, Op.9

    The Roman Carnival is an overture composed by French composer Hector Berlioz in 1844. The score and 62 parts held at the Detroit Symphony Orchestra Music Library have been digitized. Many of the individual parts are manuscript copies created during the Works Progress Administration's Music Copying Project.

  • Finlandia, Op.26, No.7

    Finlandia was the most famous work by Finnish composer Jean Sibelius. It was composed to accompany a series of tableaux celebrating Finland's past in 1899. Twenty-five parts have been digitized and are available here. The originals are held at the Detroit Symphony Orchestra Music Library and are manuscript copies created during the Works Progress Administration's Music Copying Project.