From Kimberly Rowe's blog:
The new issue of HC is out! And we couldn't be more pleased at how our interview with the legendary Germaine Lorenzini turned out. If you're not familiar with this famed French pedagogue, now is your chance to get an inside look at the woman who carries on the French tradition, counting among her students Isabelle Moretti, Emmanuel Ceysson, and many other top players. Read The French Teacher in English, or in Lorenzini's native French.
Also in this issue, you'll definitely...more...
Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilyich
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Exciting encore or recital piece for advanced and professional harpists. The cadenza can be used separately for orchestral or ballet engagements.
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Grammy winner Kent Knappenberger on CBS This Morning
And the first-ever Grammy Music Educator Award goes to… a harpist! Kent Knappenberger, who teaches music at Westfield Academy and Central School, in Westfield, N.Y., is slated to receive the inaugural prize at a Special Merit Awards Ceremony & Nominees Reception on Jan. 25; the live 56th Grammy Awards event takes place on January 26, 2014. Knappenberger was featured in a CBS This Morning segment that aired on Jan. 21. We spotted the all-around musician playing his Celtic harp during and...more...
Harp Column Hints For Posting
From HC Staff's blog:
As a music scholar, I of course like to make my meaning as clear as possible. So I always make sure to use the special Markdown syntax to format my posts so they look their best! Here's how you can do the same:
Line spaces between blocks of type -- paragraphs, in other words -- are very easy. Just separate them with an extra "enter" (hit "enter" twice).
Bold and Italics
It's very easy to add emphasis with bold and italics! I made this line by typing in the...more...