This page describes digital collections, online exhibitions, audio recordings, filmed lectures and performances, published blog posts, and other Library publications from the Library's collections focused on Amy Beach and her music.
To find digitized music scores by Amy Beach, visit the Music Manuscripts or Published Music pages of this research guide. For accessing articles written by and about her, visit the Music Literature or Databases and External Resources pages of this research guide.
The Library's digital collections include music scores, recordings and other materials relevant to Amy Beach. The digital collections listed below include some of those materials.
Browse the Library's complete list of past exhibitions for materials relevant to Amy Beach and her career. The following is a selected list of relevant past exhibits.
Some recordings of Amy Beach's music have been made available through the National Jukebox. Recordings in the Jukebox were issued on record labels now owned by Sony Music Entertainment, which has granted the Library of Congress a gratis license to stream acoustical recordings. The digital collection allows you to browse by genre, artist, composers, and even curated playlists.
The Music Division has supported and facilitated many performances of Beach's music as well as scholarship focused on it. These materials have been shared and made available on the Library's website as part of the Event Videos Collection. Many of these events include music for which the Music Division holds Amy Beach's manuscript scores or sketches. See the "Music Manuscripts" page of this research guide.
On November 4, 2017, Solungga Liu presented a program including Beach's Ballad, op. 6, and a selection from Four Sketches, op. 15. III. "Dreaming."
These events have been shared and made available on the Library's website as part of the Event Videos Collection. Similarly, many concerts presented as part of "Concerts from the Library of Congress" include the music of Amy Beach. These concerts have been shared and made available on the Library's website as part of the Concerts from the Library of Congress Collection. Some of these events are linked below.
The Music Division has supported scholarship on Amy Beach. Some of this research has been shared on the Music Division's blog, In the Muse.