Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Woodstock with accessible music scores and books from the NLS Music Section!
This blog post takes a look at what audio and braille materials have been added by the NLS Music Section to BARD (Braille Audio Reading Download) in September.
The NLS Music Section’s braille music specialist re-discovers choral works by Randall Thompson available from our braille music collection.
This guest post by music librarian Brian McCurdy continues our American Composers from A to Z series. This time we are looking at the life and work of composer Edward MacDowell.
Noting the anniversary of the launch of the Voyager 1 spacecraft and music selected from the planet Earth.
Learn about the braille music scores now available on BARD (Braille and Audio Reading Download) from the NLS Music Section!
This blog post looks at the life of whistler Fred Lowery.
Continued from last week Part 2 DK: What motivates your incarcerated students to enroll in the braille music certification program, especially after toiling for months or years to achieve literary braille certification? KG: The opportunity to work in a prison braille program is a high honor which the prisons award to inmates who demonstrate ability, […]
Learn about the Library of Congress music braille certification program and the important contributions of incarcerated braillists to the NLS Music Section.
Find out what new braille music scores are available on BARD from the NLS Music Section, including works by Beethoven, Lady Gaga, and Van Halen!