Author elizabeth-jaxon

Elizabeth Jaxon has been writing for the Harp Column since 2010. As a freelance professional harpist based in Utrecht, the Netherlands, she not only performs and teaches, but is involved in a variety of projects including managing the competition of the Dutch Harp Festival. She holds music performance degrees from the University of Illinois and the École Normale de Musique de Paris.

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Classic Celtic

With one foot in the classical world, and one foot in the traditional Celtic world, Frenchman
Nikolaz Cadoret has made all sorts of twists and turns, leading him exactly to where he’s supposed to be. —by Elizabeth Jaxon

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Take Note

Been waiting to type set all of your hand-written
arrangements until you can find the time to figure out the software? Your wait is over. Just sit down at your computer with this article and you will be churning out professional- looking music in no time.

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Take Note Video Tutorials

Wondering the best way to enter pedal or lever changes using Sibelius or Finale music notation software? Check out our 30 video tutorials covering everything you need to know to get started and create your harp scores now.