Harp blogs or websites

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    renate-kvalsvik on #108768

    I just wondered if anyone out there had their own harp blog or website where they talk about their harping. I’ve just started my own, and just thought it would be fun if we shared our blogs/websites here.
    Here’s mine:
    http://www.harpe.blogg.no

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    michael-rockowitz on #108769

    Renate-

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    renate-kvalsvik on #108770

    Oh, that’s strange. Hm, I’ll try to post it again:
    harpe.blogg.no

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    michael-rockowitz on #108771

    Renate,
    I succeeded in linking to your blog.

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    renate-kvalsvik on #108772

    Thank you so much!

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    cynthy-johnson on #108773

    Another opportunity to have your own blog among other harpist is to also join

    http://www.gliiss.com – a website solely for harpists.

    You can have your own “home page”, feature your music, post your own events on the global calendar and have your own blog.

    It’s an exciting community … come join us!

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    Michaela Braveman on #108774

    Hi Renate,

    I checked out your website/blog and reading your profile reminded me a lot of Wendy Gillissen (http://www.wendygillissen.com/). Do you know her?

    You guys seem to have very similar interests (harp, writing, blogging, websites etc.), so if you haven’t already, you may want to get in touch with Wendy. She lives in the Netherlands and has produced tons of harp videos, which are available on YouTube. Personally, I find her a great inspiration. She has only played for a couple of years (mostly self-taught) and has come along ways.

    Michaela

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    renate-kvalsvik on #108775

    Thank you! It sound very interesting. I’ll check it out 🙂

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    betsy-paine on #108776

    Hello, Renate,

    Yes, I have a harp blog where I post all sorts of information about my own “harping” and harp events, music, new publications, etc.

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    Kristen Bruce on #108777

    Hello!

    My name is Kristen, and I’m a harpist from North Carolina.

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    Pat Eisenberger on #108778

    Hi Renate –

    Tried twice to get to your website – no success. Any suggestions?

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    renate-kvalsvik on #108779

    Hi Pat
    I removed my blog. I just didn’t have the time for it, and decided it wasn’t what I wanted to have my life out there for everyone to see. If I ever get good enough to play professionally, I’ll make a new and less personal one.
    Sorry you never got to see it.

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    unknown-user on #108780

    Hi,

    I’m a harp-player from Germany and these are the webpages of my current project, Coronal Rain:

    Coronal Rain – website

    Coronal Rain on Myspace

    We have just released our first eclectic album of songs and instrumental pieces featuring acoustic and electric harps, keys, drums and vocals.

    Best wishes and a happy 2010,

    Nerissa

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    Owosso Harpist on #108781

    I have 2 sites both containing videos of my harp performance and harp pics to bring inspiration to everyone who loves harps.
    Owosso Harpist on Youtube
    and my Tumblr site is Owosso Harpist

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    Sylvia on #108782

    No sites…just a book in two volumes about playing weddings called The Lovely Wedding:
    a collection of harpisodes.

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