Harp Day Log-in and material for workshops and panels
Here are your Log-ins for Harp Day:
for coffee hour (9:30 - 10) and everything from 12 noon and on
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 850 5864 6647
in case of technical problems, we have a second log-in. This will only be live if there is some problem on the host end, and we'll send an email to tell you - meeting id 676 0055 1409, password 202010
After the coffee hour we will split into classes. The links for those are in your class box below. If you forget which class you chose, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
From 12 noon on use the top link for all the panels, masterclass, and concert!
Workshop 1 - 10am - 11:30am
Farewell to St Kilda, ensemble workshop for all levels
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 676 0055 1409
We'll play the piece at quarter note = 76. Section A - D, and then back to section A for ending.
10:00am to 11:10am we will study the piece and you'll play along with me
11:10am we will have a mini performance together.
Workshop 2 ~ 10 am - 11:15
novice and early intermediates -
Learn to play a wonderful tune for Zmas with Marilyn Rummel. We'll play the melody, then learn how to accompany this tune easily and beautifully, and what else you can do with it. To start, you can learn the melody, or just print it out to be ready for the workshop if you'd like to read. It will be played slowly, where we can appreciate the beauty of the melody. Even those who have a bad idea of this tune will have your mind changed - I promise!
Workshop 3 - 10 am - 11 am
All about tuning
Tuning workshop with Elizabeth Volpé Bligh - Learn how to tune by ear using a tuning fork, a note from a tuning app or piano: how to read and calibrate your tuner, what app’s are recommended, when to use a clip-on pickup, why we tune to A 440-442 unless it’s early music. Lever harps: what key to tune the harp in. All harps: why the levers or pedals must be disengaged when we’re adjusting pitch.
Composers and Arrangers Panel - 12:- 12:45
A lunch time interlude! Hear from 6 or 7 local composers and arrangers, and see what they have to offer for sale in sheet music and CD's. It's a great chance to get to know your local musicians, and find something new to learn. Full links will be provided to everyone who registers.
Harp publishing list, single pdf's and books, inquiring about a harp regulation (lever and pedal harp): http://www.harpistry.com/contact.html,
Harp Moving Board: http://www.harpmovingboard.com, https://www.youtube.com/watch?
Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/
Elizabeth Volpé Bligh
Johnstone Strait in the Fog: https://www.youtube.com/watch?
Dolphins Playing with the Boat: https://www.youtube.com/watch?
Music published in Harp Column: https://harpcolumn.com/music/all-music/categories/artists/elizabeth-volpe-bligh/
Harping through the Pandemic Panel 1:15pm - 2:00pm
We will discuss the challenges pandemic brought to harpists and harp students, sharing tips on effective online lessons, how to stay connected and motivated. An open forum to share what's happening for the Fall and common practices that the community can use as well.
Panel 2: 2:00 - 2:45 pm
Tricks and tips from the experts about how to learn music quickly and accurately
The panelists will use this piece to demonstrate - and will talk about their strategies.