Digital Resources


Juilliard's library is pleased to present a selection of digital resources from its collections.

Juilliard Manuscript Collection

Learn more about the Juilliard Manuscript Collection and visit its website.

Early School Periodicals

The Baton (1922-1932) documented activities of the Institute of Musical Art, Juilliard's predecessor institution, which was founded by Frank Damrosch in 1905.

The Juilliard Review, published from 1954-1962 and edited by Sheila Keats, included many articles of scholarly interest as well as selected information on School activities.

Ruth Dana Collection of First and Early Editions of Liszt's Piano Works

Donated to Juilliard in 1914, the Ruth Dana Collection includes almost 200 first and early editions of Franz Liszt’s original piano works, transcriptions, and arrangements. Images of the scores (in PDF format) are linked to bibliographic records in JUILCAT, under Ruth Dana Collection of Liszt Editions Nnju. To access the PDF documents, click on a title, then on the link for "online version" in the middle of the page.