The New Music USA Online Library is a vast and comprehensive digital database that contains over 57,000 works
by more than 6,000 composers, and includes over 14,000 media samples (recordings and scores).
The Online Library was created by the American Music Center, and, after many evolutions, continues today under the guidance of New Music USA.
Artist Spotlight: Richard Wilson
Richard Wilson was born in Cleveland, where he studied piano with Leonard Shure and cello with Ernst Silberstein. His first compositions (now under lock and key) date from about the age of ten and were supervised first by Roslyn Raish and then, a few years later, Howard Whitaker. At Harvard he studied composition with Robert Moevs. After graduating magna cum laude in music, he received the Frank Huntington Beebe Award, which allowed him to study abroad for one year. He worked with the Austrian pianist Friedrich Wuhner in Munich and with Moevs in Rome. Back in the United States he did furt...
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Please note: New Music USA does not maintain a physical collection of any kind. Any printed scores or manuscripts held by the American Music Center are now part of a special collection
at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. Please contact the Music Division for more information.