- The Bakaleinikoff Tablecloth
Signatures of musicians from Vladimir and Julia Bakaleinikoff.
- Concert Programs
The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s Music Department holds a large collection of uncataloged printed music programs from the city dating back to the early 19th century.
- Mary Lou Williams
Pittsburgh's Mary Lou Williams was a scholar of the history of jazz and an important participant.
- The Musical Forecast
Musical Life in Pittsburgh as reflected in The Musical Forecast 1921-1948
- Musical Pittsburgh:
An index to music-related entries in Sesqui-Centennial and Historical Souvenir of the Greater Pittsburgh
- The Maurice Levy Oral History of
Music in Pittsburgh Collection
This collection consists of over 300 interviews with a wide variety of people in Pittsburgh who have been heavily involved with professional and amateur music.
- Pittsburgh Music - Archival
This group of finding lists provides access to uncataloged archival materials that help to illuminate the musical life of Pittsburgh in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
- Pittsburgh International
Contemporary Music Festival 1952
Held November 24-30, 1952, this festival garnered the city's musical community in performances of newly-composed works with a virtual "who's-who" of living composers in the western musical world.
Check out this list of local jazz artists.
- Pittsburgh Vinyl Record Collection
Vinyl records featuring musicians, musical groups and composers from Pittsburgh.
- Pittsburgh Music Organizations
A list of music organizations that perform in the Pittsburgh area.
- Pittsburgh Music
The Pittsburgh Music Information File contains a large collection of newspaper clippings, magazine articles, and other ephemera.
- Pittsburgh Opera
Recommended Listening and Reading List for this year's Pittsburgh Opera season
- Pittsburgh Newsletters - Historical holdings
- Pittsburgh Sheet Music Collection
The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh holds a unique collection of over 1000 titles of sheet music published in Pittsburgh or nearby since the early 19th century.
- Who's Who in Pittsburgh Music
Ralph Lewando, music critic for the Pittsburgh Press (1930-1957), wrote a column called "Who's Who in Pittsburgh Music Circles".
A comprehensive collection of local resources that supports personal and scholarly research of the western Pennsylvania area. This website enables access to historic material of many institutions.
The Center for American Music at the University of Pittsburgh
A library and archive of material relating to American music in the period between 1840 and 1940. The collections primarily consists of a wide-ranging archive of materials on Stephen Foster and an archival collection on other Pittsburgh composers like Ethelbert Nevin and Adolph M. Foerster.
The Pittsburgh Music History website is a detailed and extensive site devoted to Pittsburgh music of every genre. It has been created and is maintained by a local music enthusiast.