It is the end of July, and it’s time to let you know about the new audio and braille scores now available on BARD.
In this post, we celebrate Paul McCartney’s 78th birthday and list materials available from NLS about Paul McCartney, The Beatles, and their music.
This month we have a veritable bonanza of new talking books and braille music that we’ve added to BARD for your enjoyment! This includes two new podcasts from Smithsonian Folkways, a Nat King Cole songbook, Leonard Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms, and braille music for flute and piano.
He was nicknamed the Ball Mountain Caruso. He introduced yodeling to country music recording well before Jimmie Rodgers’ blue yodel. Meet Riley Puckett, one of the brightest stars of early country music, in today’s blog post.
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.
Learn about the life and music of acclaimed bluesman Jay Owens in the latest installment of our American composers and musicians series.
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.