Ghost Harpers In The Sky


My version of Stan Jones’ 1948 song, twisted for harp.

A few of the references in the song are specific to harp playing.  For non-harpers, the red strings on a harp are C notes and blue strings are Fs. Playing for a while your fingers develop callouses that make it less painful to play.And a glissando (often shortened to “gliss”) is that signature harp sound created by running your finger up or down the strings (famously leading into movie dream sequences).

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Celtic harp, Guitar, Banjo, Bass Guitar, Bar Chimes

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