Category Archives: Harp Tuesday

Harp Tuesday – looking at Songs of Nymphs part 1

The first of a two part look at Canadian composer Marjan Mozetich’s beautiful harp solo “Songs of Nymphs”. Written for Erica Goodman in 1988 with the assistance of the Ontario Arts Council, Songs of Nymphs is made up of four … Continue reading

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Final episode of my look at “Fantasy on Greensleeves” is up!

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Catching up on Harp Tuesday episodes

I’ve been rather lax about posting these on my blog! I’m continuing my look at the lever harp version of my “Fantasy on Greensleeves“:

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Harp Tuesday ep. 100!

100 episodes! That’s a big number – I feel proud of all the work that encompasses, and thankful for all of you who have come along for the ride :) For this episode I chose to talk about a subject … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Harp Tuesday! :)

Five years ago I uploaded the very first episode of Harp Tuesday – and here we are, 98 episodes later! It’s been awhile since I recorded an episode – been so busy since I got back from Europe, and also … Continue reading

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New episode of Harp Tuesday is up – from the Zagreb Harp Centre!

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New Harp Tuesday episode plus videos from the live-stream weekend!

Uploaded a new episode of Harp Tuesday last week – a look at Prokofiev’s Prelude in C! Speaking of which, here’s my performance of the Prelude from Sunday’s livestream concert: And if you missed the Saturday concert celebrating Anne Vanschothorst’s … Continue reading

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Catching up on Harp Tuesday and Slow Motion Monday

Hi all, I’ve been taking it easy over the summer, but I have uploaded a few videos since I last posted: Enjoy! :) Josh

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