We cordially invite you to join us in an exhilarating virtual adventure, one that opens a new portal to our extraordinary concerts and conversations, new works commissioned by the Library, and major celebrations, including a very special (Re)Hearing Beethoven festival. This year, we’re adding a captivating and entirely new dimension to the concert experience. Each program […]
Victor/Victoria, known for its toe tapping tunes and Julie Andrews in drag, has found its way to the Music Division among the papers of the famed composer, Henry Mancini. Learn about the wonderful music composed for the film and musical.
The Music Division recently processed the Henry Mancini Papers and published a finding aid to the composer’s collection.
The Music Division announces the publication of the finding aid to the John Raitt Collection, a collection that documents the life and career of Broadway leading man John Raitt (1917-2005).
The Library of Congress is home to the Harriet Hoctor Collection, an archive that documents the life and career of “America’s premiere ballerina” of the 1920s and 1930s.
In celebration of the Virtual National Book Festival, this blog post provides an overview of the Music Division’s many digital collections and other content available online.
A new research guide helps users discover and view the print, manuscript, and digital collections specific to the composer Ludwig van Beethoven in the Library’s Music Division.
This final post in a series of three on musical vacations heads to the beach for sun, surf, and shellfish.
The 2020-2021 season of Concerts from the Library of Congress will be all-virtual, in an unprecedented move to safely offer music and lectures to the public. The times require creative approaches from artists and presenters to responsibly offer programs, and we are doing what we can to provide remote access to the music and resources […]
Part two of this three part travel series takes – through music – a road trip through the historic sites Chalmette Battlefield, Keweenaw National Historical Park, and National Historic Landmark in Kent, Ohio.