We love books here at the Philharmonic, all kinds of books. We've even got professional librarians and authors among our musician ranks.
So, we're beginning a series here with downloadable bookmarks. Before you ask if people are reading books made of real paper anymore, the answer is YES. Print sales are higher than e-book sales, so pick up your hardback or paperback, and use this Beethoven bookmark to save your place.
Simply print it out, cut along the crop marks, fold along the middle and glue or tape it together. Print it on cardstock, if you've got some, for a sturdier bookmark.
Stop by next week for another composer bookmark. If you have a favorite composer you would like featured, leave a comment, and we'll get to work.