Over the past few years, I’ve collected a number of archival documents that pertain to the history of musicology, including but not limited to:

  • pages from a scrapbook of publicity materials, reviews, and correspondence relating to Gustave Reese’s Music in the Middle Ages (1940).
  • the original copy of Walter Gerstenberg’s unpublished Habilitationsschrift, “Beiträge zur Problemgeschichte der evangelischen Kirchenmusik” (1935).
  • the collected papers for Peter Gradenwitz (1910–2001), a German-Israeli musicologist.

A comprehensive table of the archival materials is included below.

For high-quality, publication-ready scans of these materials, please contact me.

Archival Holdings