Music, Theater, Dance: An Illustrated Guide

Table of Contents

Special Collections of the Music Division
Foundations for Music
Public Events and Publications
The Music of Americans
The Theater
Invitation to the Dance
The Collection of Musical Instruments
Service to the Public and to the Collections
List of Selected Special Collections

Concordance of Images (Includes information on how to order copies of the images)

How to order print copies of the guide

"L'enquerant plus n'eut joye ne bien," by an anonymous composer, in the Chansonnier de M. le Marquis de Laborde, fol. 56v-57r. This anthology of love songs was compiled in the late fifteenth century in France, probably in the Bourges-Orlèns region. The fine miniatures and decoration are exceptionally lavish (Music Division)

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Designers for the print version of this guide were Robert Wiser and Laurie Rosenthal, Meadows & Wiser, Washington, D.C.

Credits for the World Wide Web Version
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