Tag Archives: Christmas

Still Still Still

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Still Still Still Still, still, still, One can hear the falling snow. Some Christmas carols are joyous and celebratory.  Others […]


Hymns: A Harpist’s Guide to Playing Along

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“Could you play along on these hymns too?” It seems like a reasonable request. A well-intentioned choir director wants to […]


Why the Harp for Christmas?

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What is it about harps and the Christmas holidays? It’s certainly a busy time for harpists. (Okay – that’s a […]


7 Surprising Facts about “O Holy Night”

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Whether you know it as “O Holy Night” or “Cantique de Noël,” you probably either love it or hate it. […]


The Philadelphia/Bethlehem Connection

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When I was a student in Philadelphia, I often had occasion to perform at the Church of the Holy Trinity, […]


5 Reasons Holiday Music is a Great Teaching Tool

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Holiday music is always part of my students’ lessons at this time of year. Often it’s just fun for them […]