In all likelihood a well made and well cared for harp will outlive the person...– http://wirestrungharp.com/support/open_credits.html
A new Clarsach , what every Bard wants
Well, although I already have three clarsachs - all of which I play - I’d like another one, to add to my steadily growing collection. I have my first one, a 19-string lap harp; my second, 34-string floor-standing; and my third, a 19-string wire harp, but now I want a Bray harp. They are called this because the noise made when you pluck a string sounds a little like that of a donkey...
So, once more the wedding season is here, and so far it’s been pretty quiet. Unlike last year where I was booked to play at three weddings, this year I have only been asked about one. Although they don’t come along very often, they’re still fun to play at. Though it’s always easier when the bride knows what she wants, the groom is rarely mentioned, the music of a harpist...
Awaken to the mystery of being here and enter the quiet immensity of your own...– ‘For Presence’ a poem by John O’Donohue