Park Stickney doing what he does best: Jazz, baby! With Frédéric Folmer on bass, and Raùl Esmerode on percussion, Geneva 2008.
A truly rockin’ set on Scottish harp and Shetland fiddle. The track is “Isflak” off the CD “White Nights”. Check out the lever arrangement on Catriona’s harp. More videos here.
One of my favourite harpers of all time. Anyone who says the folk harp is limited has never seen him play.
Super groovy improv, guaranteed to brighten up your day. Via alizbar (Hungary). Sorry, not much info included with this one.
Natalie Salzman on harp and Avi Levi on cello, doing a cover of Adele’s Rolling in the Deep.
Now that’s a harp guitar!
If you want to support Keith’s creative efforts (he designed and built that guitar himself, btw), you can visit his Kickstarter page here.
By Shawna Selline, played by Bobbie Jo Curley. It’s been a surprisingly warm spring in our neck of the woods. I’m tempted to take my harp out and play by the river, once things have dried out a bit.
Major props to harpist Alex Bigney for giving the pedal harp a truly Celtic voice. Every other time I’ve heard Celtic music played on pedal harp it either sounded stilted or over-played. This set rocks!
Legends of the Celtic Harp: Patrick Ball, Lisa Lynne, and Aryeh Frankfurter. Freight and Salvage, Berkeley, CA. More clips of the concert can be found @ PatrickBall1