Independence Day has many associations: fireworks, barbecues, parades, and iconic military bands. In this week’s NLS Music Notes blog post, Carter Rawson explores the history behind one of our greatest national treasures, the United States Army Band.
We added more talking books and braille music for your enjoyment! This includes more Smithsonian Folkways recordings, a book on piano tuning, and braille music for piano, voice, violin, organ, and woodwinds.
This post discusses performances by pianist Van Cliburn and some of the music he performed.
As with many songs, “Take Five” has a story that is more encompassing than just the notes on the page or the sounds from a recording. It talks about overcoming obstacles, articulating a creative vision, and seizing upon spontaneity. In this week’s NLS Music Notes Blog, our series “Song Stories” explores the “Cool Jazz” standard, “Take Five.”
This blog post reprints an article by Bettye Krolick detailing rare paragraph formats of the braille music code.
With this BARD update, we are excited to announce two podcast series from Smithsonian Folkways, Tapestry of the Times and Sound Sessions. We have also added more piano by ear and guitar by ear instructional titles, along with braille scores for piano, organ, and flute. If you don’t use BARD or would like to borrow […]
This blog post reprints and article by Bettye Krolick detailing the history and formation of the braille music code.
Enjoy learning music from the comfort of home with the new talking books and braille music scores now available on BARD (Braille and Audio Reading Download) from the NLS Music Section.
The NLS Music Section highlights country music and songwriting.
Now that we have reached the end of February, it’s time to let you know about new materials available from the NLS Music Section.