Hollywood is abuzz in anticipation of the annual Academy Awards ceremony coming up on February 9th. I’ll admit that regardless of how late it is on Sunday night, I stay up to find out who the winners are. Equally exciting for people who are starstruck like me is when iconic film stars or other celebrities […]
Learn about the extraordinary life and music of American composer Leo Ornstein.
Let’s explore Paris with materials from the NLS Music Section. This blog will take a walk from the Louvre to Montmartre and end at the Ile de la Cite at Notre Dame Cathedral.
The NLS Music Section presents a feast of new music added to BARD, perfect for beginning 2020 on a high note!
Summary of 2019 activities from the NLS Music Section, National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled, Library of Congress.
The NLS Music Section wishes you “happy holidays” with a listing of some lesser-known festive pieces from around the world.
We are excited to have received funding from Susan D. Diskin to build a prototype laser scanning machine. Read about our latest braille digitization project.
Our series American Composers and Musicians continues with singer-songwriter Bree Noble.
On December 5, 1933, the era of Prohibition officially ended in the United States. Learn more about the music that framed the national narrative surrounding the passage of the 18th and 21st Amendments.
Check out the latest uploads of audio and braille music to the NLS Music page on BARD.