For this week’s NLS Music Notes Blog post, our Braille Music Specialist Timothy Jones discusses braille music basics, including octave signs, with resources on learning braille music.
For this week’s NLS Music Notes blog post, learn more about one of our newest items acquired via the Marrakesh Treaty: Francis Poulenc’s Sonata for Flute and Piano. Commissioned by the Library of Congress and dedicated to Jean-Pierre Rampal , the Sonata has become a standard in the repertoire.
Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month 2022 with NLS and learn about Argentinian Tango. Listen to a recording from 1912 and find out about accessible NLS resources available for you to check out.
Today’s blog post rounds up all the new digital acquisitions and digitized items added to BARD in August 2022 by the NLS Music Section.
Did you know that systems of tactile music notation were created in the United States in the 19th century, long before braille music became the standard? Today, we will learn about two of these systems, both of which were developed at the New York Institute for the Blind.
The NLS Music Section takes a look back on this day in history and the introduction of The Jackson 5 to the entertainment industry.
For this week’s NLS Music Notes blog post, we uncover another “hidden gem” in our collection. Join us for a deep dive into the music of the Texas-based Thai funk band Khruangbin.
Today’s blog post rounds up all the new digital acquisitions and digitized items added to BARD in July 2022 by the NLS Music Section.
This is a guest blog post by Library of Congress Junior Fellow Analisa Caso. Analisa describes her contributions to the NLS Music Section during the 10-week-long program.
Born on July 14, 1912, Woody Guthrie earned the nickname “The Dust Bowl Troubadour” with the 1940 release of “Dust Bowl Ballads.” In this week’s NLS Music Notes blog post, learn more about the most successful album of Guthrie’s career and how it influenced a new generation of artists.