Kimberly Houser Taylor, Harpist
Bell Heather and Raven, a journal
Harp on that String
Exciting things coming soon
April 15, 2018
It has been an exciting harp week!
First of all I have been running around the Willamette Valley teaching and playing with the Vancouver Symphony in...
March 25, 2018
I have been away from my Bell Heather and Raven roost for way to long! Things have been reorganizing in my life along with my getting engaged and moving in...
December 4, 2017
Here I am heading into a Christmas season with a mixed bag of strings. I must like to live dangerously! I have had zero string deaths since my last post,...
October 6, 2017
I know that it has been a long time since I have updated on my blog or website or anything. These have been busy times for me, dear followers! Mostly good...
July 18, 2017
First, I must say, until it is under your hands, the Salzedo Variations takes FOREVER to play through. It also gives you an idea of what I put my harp's st...
July 2, 2017
We recently experienced a heat wave in the great Pacific Northwest. My harp was in an inner room and not in direct light, but there is no a/c in the house....
June 23, 2017
I value the marking left on my music by my teachers more and more as the years go by. Opening up one of those beloved, old, tattered, and marked scores bri...
June 21, 2017
It is another String Patch Test Update! Latest insights and critiques.
2nd Octave B, Vanderbilt gut. After hanging out and giving me next to no worries, thi...
June 15, 2017
The first string of the Harp String Patch Test has bit the dust, kicked the bucket, been expelled from my life. Tattered and frayed, behold it's awfulness!...
June 13, 2017
I eagerly await my new strings. I have to replace that one that is making me crazy!
Readers of my blog may have noticed that things are always shiftin...