A major goal of getting Lee recognized on a postage stamp is so his legacy can go on nationally to inspire further generations of musicians.
Liberace lent his name to a series of books and products to help young and old alike learn to love keyboarding.
Take a look at this commercial:
I spent many hours at my Aunt’s piano learning with the Liberace Big Note song book.
These efforts did not replace music education, instead they sent kids running to music stores to enjoy the happiness Liberace shared with the world. We used to watch Liberace films in keyboard music class. This was an era where every child had access to a music education. Today the Liberace Foundation lives on so that music scholarships can be available to talented musicians.