Our Instagram page, containing many images from the Grainger House.
Our YouTube channel, with performances, interviews and broadcasts relating to Percy Grainger.
Highlights from the Collection: Take a look at our online exhibition: Percy Grainger's Graphics
The Grainger Museum, founded by Percy Grainger and opened in 1938, is home to a broad collection of music, art, and other items documenting his life and career. Useful sections within the museum's web site include:
Biographical article by Kay Dreyfus from the Australian Dictionary of Biography.
The Percy Grainger entry on Wikipedia.
Grainger Board member, Matthew McGarrell's flickr page, containing many images from the Grainger House and collections.
The original website for the International Percy Grainger Society, with excerpts form Thomas P. Lewis's Source Guide to the Music of Percy Grainger (Pro-Am Music Resources, White Plains, NY, 1991). Grateful thanks to Cora Sowa, Webmaster Emerita, for maintaining this site.
Video out-takes filmed on Friday, April 29, 1921. Close-up of Percy Grainger, pianist. Samuel Lionel "Roxy" Rothafel, theatrical manager, greeting Grainger. Percy and Rose moved into 7 Cromwell Place, the following Wednesday, May 4, 1921.