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New BARD Additions – December 2018

Happy Holidays, and welcome to the last NLS Music Notes Blog post of 2018!

This post will look back over the last month at what new items have been added to the digital braille music collection on BARD. This month, we have a good amount of flute, piano and choral music, as well as some college music text books.

(Note: the indication “PP” denotes that this digital file was partially proofread. To report errors, please contact the Music Section.)

Flute
Dring, Madeleine. Polka: for Flute or Oboe  (BRM36668)
Transcribed by Golden Chord Braille Music Transcription Service
Flute duets for intermediate-level players.

Hüe, Georges Adolphe. Fantasy for Flute and Orchestra (BRM36665)
Transcribed by Golden Chord Braille Music Transcription Service.
Virtuosic work originally composed for a competition at the Paris Conservatoire in 1913.

Foster, Nicholas. The Latin Album, for 2 Flutes (BRM36667)
Transcribed by Golden Chord Braille Music Transcription Service.

Macilwham, George. Highland Suite, for Flute or Recorder & Piano (BRM36669)
Transcribed by Golden Chord Braille Music Transcription Service.

Popp, Wilhelm. Staccato-Fantaisie (BRM36661)
Transcribed by Golden Chord Braille Music Transcription Service.

Rabboni, Giuseppe. Sonatas for Flute and Piano (BRM36660)
Transcribed by Golden Chord Braille Music Transcription Service.

Rae, James. Style Workout for Solo Flute: Studies in Classical, Jazz, Rock and Latin Styles (BRM36663)
Transcribed by Golden Chord Braille Music Transcription Service.

Reichert, M. A. Daily Exercises: for Flute, op. 5 (BRM36664)
Transcribed by Golden Chord Braille Music Transcription Service.

Reinecke, Carl. Ballade: op. 288 (BRM36659)
Transcribed by Golden Chord Braille Music Transcription Service.

Reynolds, Verne. Sonata for Flute and Piano (BRM36662)
Transcribed by Golden Chord Braille Music Transcription Service.

Vizzutti, Allen. Dynamic Dances: Graded Concert Studies (BRM36635)
Transcribed by Golden Chord Braille Music Transcription Service.

Piano
Faber, Nancy. Piano Adventures: the Basic Piano Method, Level 5 (BRM36656, 2 volumes)
Transcribed by Larry Allen in bar over bar format

Gottschalk, Louis Moreau. Le Bananier (BRM36655)
Transcribed by Luke Owens in bar over bar format.

Haydn, Joseph

Sonatas Book I: Sonata no. 1 (BRM07618)
Transcribed by the American Printing House for the Blind in bar over bar format (PP)

Sonatas Book I: Sonata no. 2 (BRM07624)
Transcribed by the American Printing House for the Blind in bar over bar format (PP)

Sonatas Book I: Sonata no. 4 (BRM07541)
Transcribed by the American Printing House for the Blind in bar over bar format (PP)

Sonatas Book I: Sonata no. 5 (BRM07542)
Transcribed by the American Printing House for the Blind in bar over bar format (PP)

Sonatas Book I: Sonata no. 8 (BRM07545)
Transcribed by the American Printing House for the Blind in bar over bar format (PP)

Sonatas Book I: Sonata no. 9 (BRM07546)
Transcribed by the American Printing House for the Blind in bar over bar format (PP)

Sonatas Book I: Sonata no. 10 (BRM07628)
Transcribed by the American Printing House for the Blind in bar over bar format (PP)

Lyadov, Anatoly Konstantinovich. Music Box (BRM00299)
Transcribed by the American Printing House for the Blind
A short piano piece imitating the sound of a music box.

MacDowell, Edward. Idyl in B-flat: op. 28, no. 4 (BRM00310)
Transcribed by the American Printing House for the Blind in bar over bar format

Pace, Robert. Music for Piano: Book 1 (BRM20009)
A beginning piano book for children (PP)

Robinson, Helene. Basic Piano for Adults (BRM20081)
This book is designed for students majoring in elementary education or in music, and for any adult or teenage beginner on the piano.–Publisher’s note.

Schubert, Franz. Phantasie: op. 15 (BRM36666)
Transcribed by Lawrence R. Smith in bar over bar format

Vocal/Choral
Adam, Adolphe. O Holy Night (BRM36654)
Transcribed by Christina Davidson for voice in Db major

Bartók, Béla. Don’t Leave Me (BRM20276, 3 volumes)
Transcribed by the Louis Braille Foundation for Blind Musicians for Soprano and Alto voices and piano (PP)

Brahms, Johannes. Twelve Songs and Romances: Group 2 (BRM20275, 5 volumes)
Transcribed by the Louis Braille Foundation for Blind Musicians for SSAA chorus and piano (PP)

Revicki, Robert. Random Thoughts (BRM20274)
Transcribed by the Louis Braille Foundation for Blind Musicians for SSA chorus (PP)

Sandoval, Miguel. Sin tu amor (BRM36650)
Transcribed by Lindley L. Becker for voice and piano

Schubert, Franz

An die Musik: op. 88, no. 4 (BRM36651)
Transcribed by Lindley L. Becker for voice and piano in Bb major

Gretchen am Spinnrade (BRM36657)
Transcribed by Lindley L. Becker for high voice (D minor) and piano

Kennst du das Land? (BRM36652)
Transcribed by Lindley L. Becker for high voice and piano in A major

Schumacker, Alec. Cantate Domino (BRM36653)
Transcribed by Lindley L. Becker for three-part men’s chorus (TBB)

Schuman, William. “Questions” from This is Our Time, a secular cantata (BRM20273, 2 volumes)
Transcribed by Louis Braille Foundation for Blind Musicians for SSAA chorus and piano

Textbooks
Hall, Anne Carothers. Studying Rhythm (BRM36648, 6 volumes)
Transcribed by Lindley L. Becker
“Each of the thirty-one carefully graded chapters deals with a different meter or metrical patterns or rhythmic combination.” –Publisher’s note

Kennan, Kent. The Technique of Orchestration: Music Examples (BRM36649, 8 volumes)
Transcribed by Lindley L. Becker
Musical examples from chapters 9-16 of Kent Kennan’s The Technique of Orchestration.

Popular

Popular Music Lead Sheets. No. 126 (BRM36643)

Violin
Bach, Johann Sebastian

Sonata IV for Violin and Obbligato Harpsichord, BWV 1017: Urtext (BRM36640)
Transcribed by Dan Geminder in Line by line (violin) and bar over bar (harpsichord) formats.

Sonata V for Violin and Obbligato Harpsichord, BWV 1018: Urtext (BRM36641)
Transcribed by Dan Geminder in Line by line (violin) and bar over bar (harpsichord) formats.

Sonata VI for Violin and Obbligato Harpsichord, BWV 1019: Urtext (BRM36642)
Transcribed by Dan Geminder in Line by line (violin) and bar over bar (harpsichord) formats.

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