This is a blog series featuring performances of my harp showpiece “Baroque Flamenco” by other musicians. Click HERE to link to the overview blog Baroque Flamenco Around the World.

When I’ve composed a piece, it’s always so much fun to see how creative people can get with the performance. 

In this Mashup performance of my “Baroque Flamenco” with “Carol of the Bells” it’s an all-ages performance combining harps, guitar, ukulele and triangle and I LOVE the way everyone — whatever age or instrument – has an important part in the performance.

This performance is arranged by Cate Cannon Todd, who performed with her family on December 21, 2015, at the Festival of Lights at the Washington, D.C. LDS Temple Visitor’s Center.

Please follow Cate on social media and let her know what has opened up for your own self-expression in seeing and hearing their performance, and please share in the comments below.

Instagram: Cate Cannon Todd
Facebook: Cate Cannon Todd

Stay tuned for more artists soon and check out my Composer’s Spotlight blog series, featuring other talented musicians who played my song!

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