2008/09/18

autumn harp


have been really enjoying these classical harp albums of late. maybe not as exciting or interesting as other posts before but so lovely for fall mornings... if people are feeling it there are several more along these lines.

PART A PART B

6 comments:

Kai said...

Great idea - the harp is a fascinating instrument. I'm particularly into contemporary harp music (eg by Hans Otte & Mondoog=check out "Moondog Sharp Harp") but wouldn't mind more classical stuff.

Anonymous said...

More Ocora please.

Kai said...

"Zentral- u. Landesbibliothek Berlin" (says the stamp inside the booklet scans) = any relation to AmbroseBierce from http://welove-music.blogspot.com/?

I really like Berlin's public libraries - having been a regular guest/leecher at Amerika-Gedenkbibliothek near Hallesches Tor - remarkable collection of non-mainstream music. -Kai

zhao said...

thanks for heads up kai. yes this might have been originally upped by ambrose. a jolly good fellow i might add... just saw him too briefly day before yesterday...

more ocora? for sure! in october after i get back from morokko...

and probably more harps too...

cheers all!

Anonymous said...

Also, you might dig Andreas Vollenwieder, who plays the electric harp. He's too good to call New Age... "White Winds" and "Dancing With The Lion" in particular really transcend the genre.

Anonymous said...

Coming to this late but may I say this is lovely stuff altogether. Thanks for turning me on to it...