Conservatorio Santa Cecilia

(Rome, Italy) General music library of Rome with several documents dedicated to music of Italian Jews. Online catalogue, but no online ressources.

The Sainte-Cécile library is the general music library of Rome, which depends on the Sainte-Cécile National Academy. Today, The Sainte-Cécile Library gathers around 200 000 music books, 11 000 manuscripts, 125 periodicals that no longer exist, 98 periodicals still in circulation, 30 000 booklets, and 2 500 discs, CD’s, video and audio cassettes.

Among these collections, one can find several documents on the music of Italian Jews. Online catalogue but no online ressources.

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