Posted by: Lindsay Conway
With talking books from the NLS Music Section, you can celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month at any time of year! Check out the new music appreciation books and music lessons we have to offer!
Posted in: Accordion, American Composers, Bass Guitar Instruction, Blind Musicians, Bossa nova, Braille and Audio Reading Download BARD, Brazil, Folk Music, Guitar instruction, Hispanic American History, Interviews, Jazz, Latin American Music, Latin Jazz, Latinx Music, Mexican composers, Mexico, Music History and Appreciation, Music in Spanish, Music Instruction, Piano Instruction, Rock n' Roll, World Music
Posted by: Mary Dell Jenkins
Summary of 2019 activities from the NLS Music Section, National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled, Library of Congress.
Posted in: American Composers, Audio, Bach, Bossa nova, Braille, Braille Music, Braille Music Digitization, Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge, Large Print Music, Music Instruction, NLS Music Section, Popular Music, Soul Music
Posted by: Brian McCurdy
Learn the story behind one of the most beloved Latin jazz standards, "The Girl from Ipanema," and how to borrow the song in different formats from the NLS Music Library.
Posted in: Bossa nova, Brazil, Guitar, Hispanic American History, Jazz, Latin American Music, Latin Jazz, saxophone