The Holidays are upon us! I wish I could be with you around the table, or the fire, or the candles or the tree. But since I can’t, below are ways we CAN be together: my holiday collection of blogposts and some special offers for Harp players…
Each year I reach into the carefully packed boxes, rediscover these posts that share music, or drawings, or ideas and I think … “Ahh, I remember THAT one”… OR… “THIS one is my favorite!” Some are older, others newer.
Starting with a musical greeting from a home-make Christmas Grotto, to a Holiday Round you can sing with your family. From the story of how I learned to spell Chanuka, to my favorite Holiday Illustrations by Ellen Lebow, where a Harp-Lady is always in cahoots with Santa.
Each is like an ornament on the virtual tree WE share: you and I. And I love sharing them with you.
I even discovered downloadable gift-wrap with Santa-and-the-Harp-Lady, a Free download of “O Tannenbaum” from my Holiday album, “The Gift,” and the story of an unusual gift-giving tradition.
They’re all in the blog posts listed below. I hope you enjoy them!
I love clicking through this list every year. I hope you have fun reading, listening, downloading, singing …
- The Gift – 15 Fantasies on Carols from Around the World https://www.hipharp.com/blog/19766
- Chappy Chanuka https://www.hipharp.com/blog/2376
- I Found Christmas for you in the “Season of Celebration” https://hipharp.com/blog/7966
- In the Christmas Grotto ~ A (Very) Imperfect Carol https://www.hipharp.com/blog/19758
- Holiday Greetings from Hip Harp Academy Students https://hipharp.com/blog/25102
- Season of Celebration – A Holiday Round to Sing https://www.hipharp.com/blog/12051
- The Guessing Gift https://www.hipharp.com/blog/921
- Santa & the Harp Lady (drawings by Ellen Lebow) https://www.hipharp.com/blog/19606
- Flute & Harp for Christmas https://www.hipharp.com/blog/19761
- Holiday Music is Here … whether you like it or not https://hipharp.com/blog/25007
- Downloadable Harp-themed Gift-Wrap Paper https://www.hipharp.com/blog/19611
- And a partridge in pear tree … (OK there’s no blogpost for this, but the partridges insisted)