Wise Women – 2007 NZ Music Month performance

May 23, 2007 at 10:28 am | Posted in Library_News, Mosgiel, Music, New Zealand, NZ Music Month | Leave a comment

These wise women enjoy life largely because they are old enough to make mistakes without shrinking. Their instrument, the folk harp, is extraordinarily kind and expansive. A misplayed note seldom sounds worse than a quiet plunk, which the following plinks will resolve. Even the simplest melodies radiate calmness.

The Wise Women have performed at rest homes, schools and cultural celebrations throughout Dunedin. Over Christmas they play carols for passers by as they collect for the SPCA. Several of their original compositions have been published in a collection of scores entitled Our Music for the Harp.

Wise Women


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