Good monday bras!
I've been a little absent this weekend, but now I'm back, I'm here curious to see what each of you wanna share with your blogs.
Today, is gonna be the day that they're gonna throw it back to you. By now, you should've somehow realized what you gotta do. I don't believe that anybody feels the way I do about you now.
Woopes, I went wrong; I don't wanna talk about Oasis.
Today I wanna share with you another little review from OddMusic site.
I hope you'll enjoy.
Sometimes called Harmonic Harps, wind harps originated in ancient Greece (circa 6 BC) and flourised throughout the Renaissance era. Aeolian Harps are rare, beautiful instruments designed to be played by the wind; free of the touch of human hands. Harmonic wind harps transpose the spirit of the wind into spontaneous, multi-layered music in time to nature's rhythms. Their vibrant voices sing pure harmonic tones that range from deep, pulsing bases to soaring sopranos. A variety of winds, harps, and string tunings combine on these selected recordings to produce an eclectic repertoire of definitive music.
Built by Greg Joly, the Grand Aeolian Harp (pictured above left) stands 7.5' tall and is strung with forty-eight 5'2" strings. It plays a rich spectrum of powerful harmonic tones.
Clickin' >here< you can hear how it sounds; have a good day.