Original documents from the 19th and 20th centuries, numbering in the thousands, have been either given or left in trust to the Médiathèque Musicale Mahler, adding considerably to its original archives. This collection is one of the largest private collections to be found in France today.

The Principal Archive Collections : Jacques Charvériat, André Cluytens, Alfred Cortot, Claude Debussy, Max Deutsch, Sylvain Dupuis, Maurice Fleuret, Reine Gianoli, Emile Goué, Claude Helffer, André Jolivet, Charles Koechlin, Joseph Kosma, Selma Kurz, Henry-Louis de La Grange, Guillaume de Lallemand du Marais, Yvonne Lefébure- Fred Goldbeck, Paul Le Flem, René Le Roy, Marguerite Long, Gustav Mahler, Xavier Perreau, Manuel Rosenthal, Gioacchino Rossini, Claude Rostand, Camille Saint-Saëns, André Schaeffner, Emile Vuillermoz.

List of the musical manuscripts and index of the correspondances on « Ressources en ligne » (in French).

For any additional information on the archives, see « Les Fonds d’archive » (in French).

For any information on consulting the Archivial collections, write to the