The Morgan Library & Museum houses one of the finest collections of music manuscripts in the country. It also owns a large collection of musicians' letters and a small but growing collection of first and early editions of scores and librettos. The Morgan has the world's largest collection of Mahler manuscripts and substantial holdings of Brahms, Chopin, Debussy, Mozart, Schubert and Richard Strauss. The collection spans six centuries and many countries. The Morgan's holdings of materials relating to the lives and works of the dramatist William S. Gilbert and the composer Arthur S. Sullivan is the most extensive archive of its kind in the world.
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