December 29, 2022
Learn to play the congas with the newly added audiobook on BARD! We invite you to celebrate the end of 2022 with newly added lectures from the Library of Congress and musical scores with works by Brahms, Beethoven, Kreisler, Vivaldi, and others. Happy Holidays, Everyone!
American Folklife Center, Braille and Audio Reading Download BARD, Uncategorized
December 22, 2022
"Silver Bells" has become a big part of the Christmas soundscape. The song has a catchy tune and easy-to-remember lyrics and illustrates a great song-writing team: Ray Evans and Jay Livingston. In this blog, we will explore the story of the song and its creators.
American Composers, Jewish American Heritage Month, Motion Picture Music, Popular Music, Uncategorized
December 15, 2022
Mary Dell Jenkins
The NLS Music Section explores the life and career of Fritz Kreisler.
Braille Music, Violin music
December 8, 2022
Ned Rorem, who passed away last month at the age of 99, left behind a wealth of music and literature. For this week's NLS Music Notes blog post, learn more about Rorem's life and creative works.
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December 1, 2022
This week's blog post examines the music from the James Bond films through the years and provides resources available from the NLS Music Section.
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