News, Updates & Schedule
News & Updates
NEW MUSIC in 2020:
Is He Worthy?
He Will Hold Me Fast
The Lord Bless You and Keep You
NEW MUSIC in 2019:
Don McLean Favorites - Vincent (Starry, Starry Night);
And I Love You So
My Little Welsh Home
The Lord Bless You & Keep You
NEW MUSIC in 2017:
Hoagy Carmichael Favorites –Georgia on My Mind;
Heart and Soul
Sarah McLachlan Favorites –Angel; Last Dance
Traditional Favorites #1 –Annie Laurie; Shenandoah
Traditional Favorites #2 –Barbara Allen;
‘Twas the Night from the Hallmark Channel Film
“Angels and Ornaments”
NEW MUSIC in 2016:
2 Billy Joel classics that instantly bring a smile: And So It Goes & She's Always a Woman
fresh & creative arrangements of 3 traditional favorites:
Morning Has Broken - in the style of Cat Stevens' hit from the 70s
The Water is Wide - inspired by Ed Gerhard's guitar recording, with his signature, delicate harmony
Wild Mountain Thyme - also inspired by Ed Gerhard's guitar recording, with beautiful, harmonic nuances
A Thousand Years - the oft-requested theme song from "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn"
Alleluia - uniquely beautiful song with which Larry Gatlin & the Gatlin Brothers close each concert - with their distinctive, close harmony!
Glory Medley - includes "Open the Eyes of My Heart, Lord" & "I Bowed On My Knees and Cried 'Holy'"
Last Date - legendary pianist Floyd Cramer's signature song
NEW MUSIC from 2014 & 2015:
The Music of Friends Book #2 - a much-requested second collection of contemplative music from my favorite harpist-composers.
Gabriel's Oboe - by Ennio Morricone, from the movie "The Mission," one of the loveliest pieces ever written.
Essence of "The Swan" - Balfour Knight's adaptation of the theme from Saint-Saens' "Le Cygne/The Swan." It's beautiful, and it's miraculously lever-free!
You Raise Me Up - made popular by Josh Groban (We all need this in our repertoire!)
The Moment - Kenny G - absolutely beautiful on the harp!
The Handing Down - written by Ed Gerhard, a classical guitarist. It first appeared on the Windham Hills Guitar Sampler, and I've always wanted to play it.
Wonderful Tonight - written by Eric Clapton, this one is perfect to play in many settings.
Stephen Foster Collection - includes "Slumber My Darling," "Beautiful Dreamer," "I Dream of Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair," "My Old Kentucky Home," and several others - 8 familiar songs.
Carol Ann - composed by Michael W Smith for piano, someone called this "elegant" when I played it recently at a music tasting.
Cry Out to Jesus - by Third Day, winner of the Dove Award for song of the year.
Hector the Hero - a lovely Scottish lament by J. Scott Skinner.
Quiet Centre Medley - includes both "Come and Find the Quiet Centre" and "Alone Yet Not Alone."
Ebb Tide - music by the harpist Robert Maxwell (1953)
October Sky - a lovely, haunting movie theme
Run for the Roses - Dan Fogelberg (Kentucky Derby)
Cavalleria Rusticana/Ave Maria - Pietro Mascagni
10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord) - Matt Redman
Revelation Song - made popular by Kari Jobe
He Touched Me - Bill Gaither
Give Thanks - frequently requested
Hymn Favorites #1 (It Is Well and There is a Balm)