The Kurt Weill Foundation for Music was established by Lotte Lenya in 1962 to continue the legacy of musician and composer, Kurt Weill. It is housed at the University of Utah Marriott Library, Manuscripts Division.The foundation owns the copyright to all of Weill’s scores and recordings.
In the Irving S. Gilmore Music Library of Yale University. Includes an online index to the music of Kurt Weill as well as standard archival listings such as an overview and scope of the collections, inventory by box, biographical sketch and Library of Congress Subject Headings (listings of the other names of people with materials in the collections.)
The Judah Magnes Museum, located in Berkeley, California is open to the public. The Library contains Jewish recorded music and sheet music. Among the collections are a large number of 78 recordings. The Museum asks researchers to phone first and make an appointment at 510-549-6939. They are generally open Sundays–Thursdays, but closed on Jewish and Federal holidays, and are located at 2911 Russell Street, Berkeley, CA 94705.
The Jewish Community Library, located at 601 14th Avenue (at Balboa) San Francisco, CA 94118. Tel 415.751.6983, ext 106. Includes holdings of Jewish music and carrels for music listening.