April 28, 2022
Today’s blog post rounds up all the new digital acquisitions and digitized items added to BARD in April 2022 by the NLS Music Section.
American Folklife Center, Audio, Bach, Braille and Audio Reading Download BARD, Braille Music, Braille Music Digitization, Choral, Classical Music, Electric guitar, Flute, Folk Music, Guitar, Guitar instruction, John Williams, Music History and Appreciation, Music Instruction, New Acquisitions, NLS Music Section, NLS Online Catalog, Organ, Piano, Piano Instruction, Piano Music, Popular Music, Talking Books, Vocal music
April 21, 2022
Mary Dell Jenkins
The NLS Music Section presents some music scores and audio titles available to celebrate Earth Day.
Aaron Copland, Accordion, Animals, Braille and Audio Reading Download BARD, Library of Congress, Martha Graham, Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky
April 14, 2022
In today's post, we learn about new archival research that gives us a more accurate understanding of the origins of braille.
Blind Musicians, Blind Teachers, Braille, Braille History, Braille Music, Institut national des jeunes aveugles, International Council on English Braille, Louis Braille, Paris, Teaching Students with Visual Impairments
April 7, 2022
This week we are celebrating National Library Week! This year's Honorary Chair, Molly Shannon, honors the work of her favorite librarian--her mother. Read on to learn more about the history and importance of National Library Week.
Aaron Copland, American Braille, American Composers, Braille, Braille and Audio Reading Download BARD, Braille History, Braille Music, Braille Music Digitization, Braille Technology, Circulation, Clarinet, Classical Music, Free Braille Music Scores, History, Instrumental Music, Interviews, Large Print, Large Print Music, Leadership, Leonard Bernstein, Library of Congress, Louis Braille, Marrakesh Treaty, Music and Art, Music Education, Music History and Appreciation, Music Instruction, NLS Music Section, NLS Online Catalog, Performing music, Piano, Recordings, Teaching Students with Visual Impairments, Uncategorized