Monthly Archives: October 2019

Used Harps at Melody’s

Hello all, We have an abundance of used harps on the floor at Melody’s and more coming in.  In order to publicize them, we’ve been making YouTubes.  Links below.  The question is – what microphone can one use in an … Continue reading

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Courtesy Posting for Daisy Eddy

Harps for sale Harp Info latest Daisy is a customer who lives in a fairly remote area.  Therefore we are posting harps that she is in charge of for an estate.  Please contact her for more information, we are just … Continue reading

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RIP Louise Trotter

Louie Trotter, age 96, passed away last evening.  She is an icon in the harp world, and will be missed!  Louise was extremely innovative in her arrangements and concepts, and actually reached her peak of intellect when she was in … Continue reading

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Spooky Tunes by Mitch Landy

Mitch Landy’s Spooky Tunes Suite of five pieces for Halloween intended for intermediate players, especially young ones, the styles range from cartoonish (“Boogeyman”) to ethereal (“From Beyond”). None require lever changes; though lever settings for each piece require a harp … Continue reading

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Halloween by Mitch Landy

Original tunes for Halloween or anytime. Modeled after “Spooky Tunes”, another suite by Mitch, these are less challenging and more appropriate for beginning harpists.  See the samples to get an idea of the tune structure and level of difficulty.  Late … Continue reading

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King Arthur’s Court

Here is an inspiring collection of original works for harp by a young harp student named Claire Pershan. Her music is inspired by the stories of Arthurian legend read to her as a very young child by her mother. The … Continue reading

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New use for rusty pedal rods

Who knew that those pedal rods in the garage would be reused for a yard decoration?

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