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New BARD Additions–February 2019

February is about to end, and that means it’s time to let you know about new materials available on BARD from the NLS Music Section:

Harp

Dilling, Mildred. Old Tunes for New Harpists (BRM20205), 2 volumes.

Piano

Aaron, Michael. The Fairy Barque (BRM00025). A short piano piece by pianist and pedagogue Michael Aaron in bar over bar format.

Aaron, Michael. Wood Nymphs’ Frolic (BRM00026). A short children’s piece by pianist and pedagogue Michael Aaron in bar over bar format.

Adair, Mildred. In the Cathedral (BRM00027). A piano piece by Christian hymn writer Mildred Adair in bar over bar format.

Allen, Rue Kellogg. On My Pinto Pony (BRM00001). Bar over bar format.

Arlen, Cecil. Balloons (BRM00034). A short piano piece for children transcribed in bar over bar format.

Bach, J.S. “Aria” from The Pastorella (BRM00036) in bar over bar format.

Baines, William. The King’s Review (March) (BRM00049) in bar over bar format.

Barth, Otto. The Recruits (March) Op.  14, No. 8 (BRM00051). Bar over bar format.

Brahms, Johannes. Concerto in D Minor, Op.  15 (BRM20240), 2 volumes in bar over bar format.

Daniel, Kathryn. Snowflakes (BRM00005). Easy piano piece for children in bar over bar format.

Lake, Genevieve. Cats and Kittens (BRM00014). A short piano solo for young children transcribed in bar over bar format.

Lowry, Margaret. Keyboard Approach to Harmony (BRM20299) in 3 volumes.

Violin

Mazas, F. (Féréol). Twenty-seven Brilliant Studies for the Violin, Op.  36, Book 2 (BRM00863).

Voice

Ottman, Robert W. Music for Sight Singing (BRM29952). In 5 volumes in line by line and bar over bar formats.

If you are interested in any of these, you may download them from BARD, or you may borrow braille copies.  Just send us an email ([email protected]), or call 1-800-424-8567, then press option 2 for the Music Section.

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