Category Archives: Harp Tuesday

Harp Tuesday ep. 140 – a year with my new Excalibur Harp

A year ago I bought a beautiful new Camac “Excalibur“. I did a video talking about it when I first got it and I thought it would be fun to do something a year later (spoiler alert, I’m still in … Continue reading

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Harp Tuesday ep. 139 and Slow Motion Monday ep. 34!

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Harp Tuesday ep 138 is up!

In this episode of Harp Tuesday I talk about problem solving as I try to make a section easier at the end of Debussy’s “Prelude” (from his Suite Bergamasque).

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Harp Tuesday ep. 137 – composing for the harp

In this composer-centric episode I talk about pedal change, pedal markings, and pedal charts. As a composer, should you include these in your scores/parts? Answer – it depends :) Hopefully helpful and interesting to composers and non-composers alike! Questions? Email … Continue reading

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Harp Tuesday celebration livestream tomorrow! (Dec. 10th, 2017)

To celebrate seven years of Harp Tuesday I’ll be doing a free livestream workshop on John Thomas’s A Minstrel’s Adieu to his Native Land! This piece is a classic example of a theme and variations, with each set of variations … Continue reading

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A New Harp!

I recently ordered a Camac Excalibur from the Virginia Harp Center. It arrived a little over a week ago and I just did a Harp Tuesday episode about it! Plus photos: In Virginia, packed up and ready to! Arrival in … Continue reading

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Recent videos! Electric harps, Harp Tuesday and more!

I’ve been lax at posting recent videos to my blog – here’s what I’ve uploaded in the last little while:

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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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