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Published on Mar 22, 2017
Living in a world without these majestic trees would be like living in a world without the beauty of music.
Follow the Bay Area Youth Harp Ensemble- a dedicated group of musical activists- as they take steps into an ancient Redwood forest in Northern California and play for our trees, our forests, and our clear-running brooks and streams. The time has never been more important to give back to Mother Earth, for the many generations of children, animals, and all living things to come. Listen to the music of Sylvia Woods’ "Dialogue With a Brook" played by these amazing young women on a rainbow of harps.
The Multicultural Music Fellowship would like to thank:
Sylvia Woods for the use of her composition, "Dialogue With a Brook"
Micha Dunston and Denna Osmundson of Triple Spiral Productions for the filming and editing (and more!) of this video
Lou Judson of Intuitive Audio for recording our track
Ben Leinbach of Old Bull Productions for sound editing
Rees Harps, Inc. for the tone, portability, and sturdy construction of all of their Harpsicle harps, and their generous donation of three beautiful Harpsicle harps for us to play on tour! Please visit them at http://harpsicle-harps.com
Lyrinda Snyderman, for her lovely still photography and for providing a recording space
Our 133 Kickstarter backers who made this possible!
Last, but certainly not least, thanks to The Humboldt Redwoods Interpretive Association for their partnership with the Ensemble, and their stewardship of the trees. The HRIA is a 501(c)3 non-profit, providing volunteer-run Visitor Centers at four State Parks in Humboldt County. Please visit their website to learn more about their mission and make a contribution to their efforts: http://humboldtredwoods.org
The Multicultural Music Fellowship (MCMF) is a 501(c)3 non-profit. Founded in 1989 to promote the 1st Festival of Harps concert series and educational outreach programs, it has expanded its work to include the Bay Area Youth Harp Ensemble and the Mission Harp Ensemble and a wide variety of musical programs. Our mission is to introduce people to the many different styles of world music, and to the possibilities of integration and expansion of these styles. More information can be found at https://multiculturalmusicfellowship.org.
The Bay Area Youth Harp Ensemble (BAYHE) is a group of Bay Area harpists, directed by Diana Stork with the assistance of Jasmine Low, who play a wide variety of world music on folk-style harps. Please visit http://www.bayhe.org to learn more or get in touch with us.