Posted by: Gilbert Busch
This post is an overview of the braille music books added to BARD (Braille and Audio Reading Download) over the past month.
Posted in: American Composers, American Printing House for the Blind, Braille and Audio Reading Download BARD, Braille Music, Braille Music Digitization, Braille Music Transcribers, Choral, Classical Music, Golden-Chord, Instrumental Music, New Acquisitions, NLS Music Section, NLS Online Catalog, Performing music, Piano, Piano Music, Popular Music, Rhythm & Blues (R&B), Soul Music, Violin music, Vocal music
Posted by: Katie Rodda
This blog post highlights some of the pieces in the NLS Music collection inspired by the works of E.T.A. Hoffmann, who was born on this day in 1776.
Posted in: Braille, Braille and Audio Reading Download BARD, Braille libretto, Braille Music, Classical Music, Instrumental Music, Libretto, Music Composition, Music History and Appreciation, NLS Music Section, NLS Online Catalog, Opera, Orchestra, Performing music, Piano, Piano Music, Talking Books, Vocal music
Posted by: Lindsay Conway
One of life’s greatest joys is to make music with other people. Learn how to sing vocal harmonies and choral music with audio lessons from the NLS Music Section!
Posted in: Audio, Bluegrass, Choral, Country Music, Music Instruction, Performing music, Popular Music, Uncategorized, Vocal music
Posted by: Mary Dell Jenkins
NLS Music Notes explores American composers with a last name beginning with the letter 'I'.
Posted in: American Composers, Band, Classical Music, Music Composition
Posted by: Juliette Appold
Louis Moreau Gottschalk (1829-1869) was an American composer and pianist who combined European, Cuban and Latin American music styles in his virtuosic compositions, mostly written for piano.
Posted in: American Composers, Braille Music, Instrumental Music, Piano Music, Virtuosic Piano Music