See what new music titles have been added to the Braille Audio Reading Download (BARD) at NLS!
This post is a sequel to the series on learning to read Braille Music.
In honor of Veterans Day, this week we will learn more about the military service of one of Hollywood’s most famous composers of film music: John Williams.
Celebrate Native American Heritage month with R. Carlos Nakai’s lecture on Native American flutes and learn about resources from the NLS Music Section, NLS General Collection, and from Library of Congress Collections.
This blog lists our October additions to the BARD (Braille & Audio Reading Download) site.
The NLS Music Section salutes the artistry of blues legend Janis Joplin, gone too soon.
For this week’s NLS Music Notes blog post, we take a deep dive into a piece that is often associated with the October tradition of Halloween: “Danse macabre” by Camille Saint-Saëns.
This week, the NLS Music Section celebrates 60 years of service to our patrons. Read about our history and enjoy some of the celebration music to check out.
Review the most recent additions from the NLS Music Section to BARD.
Did you know that systems of tactile music notation were created in the 19th century to enable people who were blind to read and write music? Today, we will learn about two systems that were developed and used in Spain before braille music code gained widespread adoption in the 20th century.