If you have visited www.camac-harps.com, you probably know that our website has a harp and cello arrangement of Fauré’s Après une rêve as its welcoming music. Much as we love this piece, it has been on the site for over three years, and it’s time for a change!
We would like to invite you to send us your own recordings. Each selected recording will then be featured on our site for one month, with links to the performer’s own site (or preferred publicity details). Every time the music changes, it will be announced on www.harpblog.info, together with an extensive presentation about the music and the artist performing it. We will also create a ‘Camac voices’ page, where recordings past and present are collected together, and where information, links and publicity can remain more permanently.
THE CHALLENGE IS: the music must be between fifty and sixty seconds long, and we would particularly welcome music you have created yourselves!
Here are the other conditions:
Music submitted should be free of rights, and come with a declaration giving us permission for us to broadcast it online.
Music can be any style and on any type of harp. From early to electric, folk to Latin: we will even enjoy listening to music that is not played on a Camac!
Music can be for solo harp, or any ensemble / group featuring harp as the main instrument.
Please submit recordings in whichever of these two ways is most convenient for you: via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or on a CD to the address below.
We are open to all ideas! We hope very much you will apply, and have fun doing so.