Posts tagged "Harp"

Mary Lattimore announces sophomore via Ghostly International

With her new album Hundreds of Days set for release this Friday, May 18th, via Ghostly International, LA-based composer/harpist Mary Lattimore has shared a third and final preview ahead of the record’s release. ‘Never Saw Him Again’ gives another glimpse of the blissful and singular approach to harp-playing, conjuring vivid and compelling

Swiss experimental-pop artist and harp-extraordinaire Linda Vogel began learning to play the harp as early as age six, thus prompting her to show interest in opera and singing. After studying classical music, and exploring her true calling, it was then time to gracefully transform her experimental leanings into her own

Interview by Shannon Lawlor Mikaela Davis is a 24-year old composer, harpist and vocalist from Rochester, New York. Her music could be best described as classically inspired indie-folk, with definite nods to world music, and the inclusion of using Middle Eastern and Oriental inspired scales. Initially conceived as a solo

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