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  • #83018
    diana-grubisic
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    Mr. Davis, you have probbably misunderstood me talking about relaxation. Of course it is not the ultimate goal! But helps to those people who were not capable to play relaxed (before) to achieve other goals.

    #83019

    I understand you.

    #83020
    Diana Maja
    Participant

    Listen to the russian harp school. It is Ana Verholantzeva.
    http//www.youtube.com/watch?v=QTdfaB6EMYs
    I like it.

    #83021
    Diana Maja
    Participant

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICF3pnQ_q-Y&feature=related

    Here, I believe I managed to put the right www. adress for Anna Verholantseva.
    it is Spohr Fantasia.

    #83022
    Diana Maja
    Participant

    No, I did not!
    Can anybody help me and resolve the problem ( :-) of copying the lyoutube link?
    Thanks.

    #83023
    frances-duffy
    Participant

    There was an great article in the World Harp Congress Review a few issues back that was all about the Russian school.

    #83024

    I would like to have a copy of this article. Please tell me how I can get (or buy) it.

    #83025

    If you want back copies of the World Harp Congress Review, I suggest you go to the website http://www.worldharpcongress.org/review/index.html and get in touch with the editor, Ann Yeung. You would have to pay for a membership to get the journal.

    #83026

    Thank you for your replies. Although finding out what the Russian Method is about isn’t the main focus of my research, but I am still

    #83027
    zoraida-avila
    Participant

    Look at this

    #83028
    zoraida-avila
    Participant

    Sorry!
    Llok at this:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hoCY6SXabx0

    Ilona Nokelainen was Dulova’s student. Brilliant harp player!

    Zoraida

    #83029
    Stephen Conor
    Participant

    My music teacher also calls it the same thing. You can check out a book of methods by famous Russian harp teachers such as K. Erdely, M. Rubin, and N. Parfenov if you need more info about Russian Method.

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