One of the largest and most important sets of collections about music anywhere in the world, the NYPL also contains vast collections of music by Jews in America and elsewhere. The NYPL is made of many divisions, and researchers in Jewish music may have to use several of them. There is the general Music Division, The Rogers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound, Billy Rose Theatre Collection, the Jerome Robbins Dance Division. Collections run the gamut from Benny Goodman to Bruno Walter, from Irving Berlin sound recordings to Frederick Jacobi to Jan Peerce sound recordings, to name a few. Below are samples of the finding aids to collections and the types of materials that can be found.