Listening Challenge - an even dozen!

It's a wrap - the last in the series - don't forget to log your response - what you've learned, what was your favourite, what you'll work on for the new year!

Here is the harp played in a non-traditional way for those who are thinking of a more electric use for our favourite instrument -

Tristan le Govic (who I'm pleased to say will be back in Wells this summer!)

3 comments

  • Lesley

    Lesley Duncan

    He has this unbelievable ability to play two different rhythms at the same time. I had a lot of fun in his workshop up in wells. And he has beautiful hair...hahaha

    He has this unbelievable ability to play two different rhythms at the same time.
    I had a lot of fun in his workshop up in wells. And he has beautiful hair...hahaha

  • Barb Stewart

    Barb Stewart Duncan

    How easy he makes it look, but then his fingers are sooo long! Sounds like he was improvising over a traditional Breton tune like the ones he used to teach us to dance. So glad he's coming to Wells again. And yes, he does have gorgeous hair 'cause I noticed it too!!

    How easy he makes it look, but then his fingers are sooo long! Sounds like he was improvising over a traditional Breton tune like the ones he used to teach us to dance. So glad he's coming to Wells again. And yes, he does have gorgeous hair 'cause I noticed it too!!

  • Katrina

    Katrina Duncan

    He has long fingers....encouragement for me that I shall conquer the good technique. I shall keep Wells in my mind sounds like a good mix of classical, folk and modern platforms. I too noticed he has fine hair : )

    He has long fingers....encouragement for me that I shall conquer the good technique. I shall keep Wells in my mind sounds like a good mix of classical, folk and modern platforms. I too noticed he has fine hair : )

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