• The Chocolate Soldier, Selections

    The Chocolate Soldier is an operetta composed by Oscar Straus in 1908. This arrangement was created by J.B. Lampe and contains selections from the operetta. It was originally published by Witmark & Sons. The 16 parts digitized here and held at the Detroit Symphony Orchestra Music Library are manuscript copies created during the Works Progress Administration's Music Copying Project.

  • Symphony No.4 in E minor, Op.98

    Symphony No. 4 in E minor, Op. 98 premiered in 1885. It was Johannes Brahms last symphony. The three violin parts digitized here and held at the Detroit Symphony Orchestra Music Library are manuscript copies created during the Works Progress Administration's Music Copying Project.

  • Brandenburg Concerto No.3 in G major, BWV 1048

    Brandenburg Concerto No.3 in G major was the third of Johann Sebastian Bach's six Brandenburg Concertos. Bach dedicated these concertos to Christian Ludwig, Margrave of Brandenburg-Schwedt in 1721. Thirty 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.

  • 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.

  • Spanish Dances, Op. 12, Numbers 2 and 5

    Spanish Dances was the best-known work by German-Jewish composer Moritz Moszowski. These parts contain numbers two and five of the work. Twenty-four 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.

  • 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.

  • Spanish Dances, Op. 12, Numbers 1,3, and 4

    Spanish Dances was the best-known work by German-Jewish composer Moritz Moszowski. These parts contain numbers two and five of the work. Five violin 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.