Tag: Noteworthy

  • Beyond the Notes – Dance Performance: Celebrations

    EVENT CANCELED – Due to unforeseen circumstances, Dance Celebrations performance by Kariamu Welsh has been canceled.  Beyond the Notes, Temple Library’s Award-Winning Noontime Concert Series Presents: Kariamu Welsh and her Dance Students Celebrations Wednesday, December 2, 2015 Noon to 12:45 P.M. Paley Library Lecture Hall Representing around 15% of the world’s population, the continent of Africa […]

  • Temple Made! Hall & Oates Inducted into Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

    Hall & Oates – You Make My Dreams Come True Congratulations to Daryl Hall and John Oates, the renowned rock duo Hall & Oates, who will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in April 2014! Daryl Hall (Daryl Hohl, Boyer, music education, choral music) and John Oates (Communication, Journalism) met at […]

  • What Does the Fox Say?

    photo Natasha Lloyd What does the fox say?   “Ring-ding-ding-ding-dingeringeding!” according to Ylvis and this viral video.  As the lyrics say, “Dog goes woof Cat goes meow Bird goes tweet and mouse goes squeak.” We have words for sounds of many creatures in the animal kingdom, but our vocabulary lacks an appropriate expression for the sound […]

  • Great News from Naxos Music Library!

    Arguably the most extensive representation of the classical music repertoire in online streaming audio, Naxos Music Library just got even better by adding Sony Classical recordings to its offerings.  Sony Classical is the label for many legendary artists such as Joshua Bell, Lang Lang, Placido Domingo, Yo Yo Ma, Glenn Gould, Vladimir Horowitz, Leonard Bernstein, […]

  • New Audio Resources!

    Naxos Music Library / Naxos Music Library Jazz Temple University Libraries is pleased to announce the addition of Naxos Music Library and Naxos Music Library Jazz to our online streaming audio offerings. The basis of the collection consists of the entire output of the Naxos Recording Company. The mission of the company is and has […]

  • 2006 is Bertolt Brecht Year!

    Bertolt Brecht Manuscripts Discovered in Switzerland Previously unknown manuscripts of Bertolt Brecht (1898-1956), influential 20th century poet and playwright, have been recently discovered in Switzerland and delivered to the Brecht Archive at the Academy of Arts in Berlin. The playwright with arguably the most influence in shaping modern theater in the twentieth century, Brecht is […]