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Listen To The Joystrings Harp
Beautiful Music Made Easy
We thought you'd like to hear the Joystrings Harp.  Click on the links below to listen to brief samples from "Sounds of Christmas" and "Folk and Light Classics", two CDs by The Harpeggio Ensemble.  You can order these CDs from our Accessories page.

The Harpeggio Ensemble is the first harp group formed in North America to play the Joystrings Harp.  Many of the players heard on these CDs had been playing the Joystrings Harp for just two or three months when their CDs were recorded. Imagine what you could be playing two months from now!

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Kling, Gloeckchen, Klingelingeling from German Christmas Songs:


Am Weihnachtsbaum from German Christmas Songs:


O Du Froehliche from German Christmas Songs:


Stille Nacht from German Christmas Songs:


Silent Night
from Sounds of Christmas:



Away In A Manger from Sounds of Christmas:


Polka Paraguaya from Folk & Light Classics:


Song Of The Pearlfisher from Folk & Light Classics:


Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring from Folk & Light Classics:


Pachelbel's Canon from Folk & Light Classics:


Petite Reunion from Folk & Light Classics:


Amazing Grace from Folk & Light Classics:


Sounds of Christmas CD

Sounds of
                        Christmas CD

Folk &
                        Light Classics
The picture at left shows Sheila Walton and Mercedes Maat, two members of The Harpeggio Ensemble. Also heard on these samples are Mary Jackson, Jacki Humphrey, Helen Giesbrecht and Elmer Wiens (Joystrings Harp), Kathy Chattaway (guitar and mandolin), and Michelle Chattaway (violin). As you'll hear, the clear sound of the Joystrings Harp blends well with other instruments. It's the ideal way to involve the non-musical member of the family in a family music-making event!