In today’s post, we learn about tried-and-true nineteenth-century Italian singing exercises that are still used by voice teachers today and are available from the NLS Music Section’s collection.
For this week’s NLS Music Notes blog post, learn more about the legal drama surrounding one of the most recognizable musical themes in television history, “Dragnet.”
This blog celebrates Jewish American Heritage Month by presenting a composer who helped shape Hollywood’s film music: Erich Wolfgang Korngold (1897-1957).
Today’s blog post rounds up all the new digital acquisitions and digitized items added to BARD in April 2022 by the NLS Music Section.
The NLS Music Section presents some music scores and audio titles available to celebrate Earth Day.
In today’s post, we learn about new archival research that gives us a more accurate understanding of the origins of braille.
This week we are celebrating National Library Week! This year’s Honorary Chair, Molly Shannon, honors the work of her favorite librarian–her mother. Read on to learn more about the history and importance of National Library Week.
Today’s blog post rounds up all the new digital acquisitions and digitized items added to BARD in March 2022 by the NLS Music Section.
The NLS Music Section salutes Sing With Your Child Month for March, 2022.
We continue our celebration of Women’s History Month with programs from the Library of Congress featuring music made by women. You can now enjoy these concerts, interviews, and lectures as NLS talking books available from the Music Section!