Annette's Bravo Blog features news and discussion about the library's collection of classical, jazz and popular recordings. Stop by for links to musical happenings in the library and community as well as links to online music resources.
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Folk Music Series Features Tribute to Woody Guthrie
The final concert of LPL’s Folk Music Series: Protest Songs – Music with Meaning will feature Adam Miller performing works by Woody Guthrie on Sunday, April 27 at 2pm in the Carman Community Room.
Miller, autoharpist and singer/songwriter, will also perform songs of the American labor movement. For a sneak preview, check out these CDs available in the library’s music CD collection:
Folk Music Series Spotlights Kim & Reggie Harris
LPL’s Seventh Annual Folk Music Series: Protest Songs – Music with Meaning continues on Sunday, March 16 with singers/songwriters Kim and Reggie Harris. Natives of Philadelphia, the duo will perform songs dealing with the Civil Rights movement and Underground Railroad at 2PM in the library’s Carman Community Room. For a sneak preview, check out these albums by Kim and Reggie in the library’s music CD collection:
Folk Music Series Spotlights Jamie Notarthomas
LPL’s Seventh Annual Folk Music Series: Protest Songs – Music with Meaning opens with singer/songwriter and acoustic guitarist Jamie Notarthomas on Sunday, January 19 at 2PM in the library’s Carman Community Room. For a sneak preview, check out these albums by Notarthomas in the library’s music CD collection:
The Best Songs Ever!
The best songs ever are the free ones you can download (three a week) from our Freegal Music Service with your Liverpool Library card and PIN. And we now have free 12,000 music videos you can download as well as 7 million songs. Including One Direction's new single Best Song Ever.
Enjoy Music CDs from the MediaBank
Hundreds of music CDs from many popular genres are available for checkout from the Liverpool MediaBank! It's easy to browse the MediaBank Music CD collection from any of the catalog stations in the library, or from home or a smart phone by visiting http://mediabank.lpl.org Make your selection and reserve your item, then come to the library before the close of the next business day to pick it up from the MediaBank machine.