Selected materials from BGSU's Music Library and Bill Schurk Sound Archives have been digitized and made available online, primarily in the University Libraries' Digital Gallery; some music materials also appear in other collections, linked below as well.
College of Musical Arts Programs is a collection of digitized programs from performances held at or hosted by the College of Musical Arts. They include student and faculty ensemble concerts, recitals of undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in the college, and some performances from visiting musicians.
In honor of the fiftieth anniversary of the Music Library and Bill Schurk Sound Archives, we contributed to an exhibit highlighting materials across all four Special Collections.
Completed by former Ph.D student in American Culture Studies, Stephanie Salerno, this digital gallery contains selections from the music fanzine, ROCKRGRL. Images, quotations, complete and partial interviews and articles are intermingled throughout. These items have been curated in order to highlight the feminist aspects of the zine; the gallery is by no means all-encompassing.
The Sheet Music Collection includes digitized copies of public domain sheet music from the Music Library and Bill Schurk Sound Archives collection.
Songs of BGSU (Center for Archival Collections)
Songs of BGSU is a brief history of the different songs that have shaped tradition and the lives of students and faculty through the years. We include the alma maters, as well as some newer traditions.
Wild Bill Davison (Center for Archival Collections)
Housed in the Center for Archival Collections, the Wild Bill Davison papers (MS-0735) document the life and career of Chicago-style jazz musician William Edward Davison, known affectionately as "Wild Bill." This digital collection contains only a selection of items from the Wild Bill Davison papers. The full collection is available for research at the Center for Archival Collections. View the full collection finding aid.