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Category Archives: YouTube Creations
July 3, 2016 Of course I’m a little late in mentioning this excellent duet arrangement of three songs closely associated with American History: Yankee Doodle, Dixie, and When Johnny Comes Marching Home. Darhon Rees-Rohrbacher, a gifted arranger of harp duet … Continue reading
Of all the finger dexterity exercises I have done over the past forty plus years of playing the harp, the exercise on this you tube video (provided) has helped me the most. It requires a great deal of coordination, and … Continue reading
We recently updated this book, and in doing so went through each and every title. The music is delightful, and fairly easy to play! Below you will see a short glimpse of each page, along with three sound samples. Enjoy!
Hill, Steve Price: $16.00 SKU: 93734 (also available as an e-book for $14 – see www.AfghanPressMusic.com, type SIMPLE TUNES into the search, or find music by author top left) Folk Tune Slovenia – Mecklenburgisher Bauerntanz German – Altmühl Ländler German … Continue reading
Just made a YouTube on John Peekstok’s “The Dusty String” book. Sweet original tunes, especially for the 26 string harp.
Here is a You Tube featuring William Mahan’s Colors of Italy.
Here’s a YouTube featuring William Mahan’s “Monarchs of Music” – a snippet of each selection is shown, plus sound samples played by Mary Radspinner.
If you’re interested in seeing a glimpse of each piece in Kim’s best-selling book, “Searching for Lambs,” then this is the YouTube for you!!
From Carol Wood’s creation called “Homage to Yeats” – here is In May. Homage to Yeats is available at many stores world-wide that sell harp sheet music.
Kathryn Cater has made a you tube of the Canon in G by Friedrich Klingenberg. Both players play the same thing, just 4 measures apart. Improvisation in encouraged. This is from her “Adagios” book.