In choosing a source to write about, remember that content is what counts. Material doesn't have to be in its original form to qualify as a primary source.
Most of these sites offer images of manuscripts and early printed works. Some offer sound files.
To find facsimiles in the Emory Libraries, use discoverE.
Catalog records for facsimiles of manuscripts have one of these subject headings:
[Composer name] —Manuscripts—Facsimiles
The library also holds facsimiles of some early printed editions. The searches below may yield these as well, unless you include "manuscripts" as a search term.
Browse the shelves to find many of the Music and Media Library's facsimiles.
Many facsimiles are classed in ML96.4 and ML96.5 and are kept together in a special "Folio" section. These may be checked out.
To find microfilm and microfiche collections at Emory, also use discoverE.
Search for these as if they were printed materials—there's no subject heading for microfilms, microfiche, or other microforms.
If you know that a microform set is held at Emory, but you don't know the title, try limiting searches to LOCATION: MICROFORMS.
Notable sets at Emory: