Please note that these are actual starting times, Danish time (CET= UTC+1). If you live in another time zone, check here to make sure you make it right on time.
Instructions for participation:
- Make sure your instrument is tuned in advance.
- For the live meetings on Zoom, we strongly recommend that you wear headphones rather than listen via your speakers, in order to minimize feedback noise.
- Please connect with your microphone off, and use the chat if there is need to say something. Many open microphones interact with everybody’s sound, which produces a disturbing background noise.
- All sessions and concerts are for free, but if you wish to support the 14th and 15th Nordic Harp Meeting, you can make a donation at paypal.me/NordicHarpMeeting
Saturday, November 7th
Material which can be downloaded from this website:
Helen Davies: research about a 18th century harpist in Copenhagen
Josef Berger: some traditional Nordic folk tunes, arranged for the harp
12.00 – 15.00: Workshops and lectures:
12.00 Chris Foster & Bára Grímsdóttir: Kvæðamannafélag Iðunn – the story of the organisation preserving and carrying on the poetic and music traditions associated with Icelandic rímur. (view the recording on youtube)
13.00 Anouk Platenkamp: Are you in for a zoom experiment?
No tune to learn in this workshop, instead we will create a story and music to go with it.
All instruments are welcome . We will divide in smaller groups, preparing a story and music on the fly, then get together and share our experience.
14.00 Henrik Schön: The Hummel – lecture with performance (first tune in D major)
15.00 Patrik Weckman & Maria Ojantakanen: The Bowed Lyre – a tune & some tradition (from e = jouhikko tuning: eAd, talharpa tuning: Aeae1)
16.00 – 19.00: Workshops and concerts:
16.00 Anna Rynefors: & Erik Ask-Upmark: Nyckelharpa tunes for all instruments (recording of the workshop: part 1 – part 2)
17.00 Yrjänä & Helka Ermala: Four Finnish tune workshops with Tulikoira (Antti Saarinen, Liisa Gunnelius, Helka & Yrjänä)
17.45 – Two new allspel tunes to learn for next year!
18.00 Kate Fletcher & Corwen Broch (concert; recording on youtube)
19.00 Rachel Hair: workshop (strathspey and reel, harp tuning G major)
20:30 share-a-tune session on ZOOM (live).
Sunday, November 8th
11.00 – 14.30 Concerts and workshops:
11.00 Aryeh Frankfurter & Lisa Lynne: “A musical greeting from Oregon” (concert)
12.00 Marit Steinsrud & Stein Villa (concert; recording on youtube)
12.30 A short NHM retrospective
13.00 Erik Ask-Upmark: “Two Swedish tunes for the harp, and one German” (recording: part 1 – part 2 – part 3)
14.00 Sue Richards workshop: “Stigvals” (recording: part 1 – part 2)
15.00-19.00 Workshops and lectures:
15.00 Mark Harmer: Composing using creative limitations. (recording on youtube)
16.00 Vincent Laine: Towards a pedagogy of the traditional Gaelic wire-strung harp. Historical research vs artistic research (lecture)
17.00 Modesta Pakalnytė: An introduction to Lithuanian sutartinės: vocal and instrumental multi-part songs (recording on youtube).
18.00 Beth Kollé: A Norwegian tune, “Sirivisa – a Nordic Gem” (download PDF here), (recording on youtube)
20:00 The Nordic Harp Social Meeting (and closing of the NHM 2020) on ZOOM (live).