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Hello, we are the luthiers of the skald workshop and we have been making these instruments for 20 years. If you want to discover our work or order an instrument, it's here → 🤍 In order to teach you how to play, we have created the first collections of digital tablatures for lyre with a universal tuning system allowing you to adapt any lyre to play more than 100 traditional music from around the world. you can order TOME 1 and TOME 2 and receive it directly by email here → 🤍 If you want to discover our instruments, we offer rental lyres available internationally that you can receive directly at home as well as DIY KITS to make your own lyre! → 🤍 here is the website of our music group Ar Bard → 🤍 finally, here is our research structure dedicated to the study of ancient instruments of which we are the administrators → 🤍 If you have any questions, write us in comment ;) See you soon and thanks! Julian & Audrey
The "lyre of Har Megiddo" is an instrument etched onto an ivory plaque that was discovered by archaeologist Gordon Loud in the excavations of a royal palace in the ancient city of Megiddo (aka Armageddon) in Israel. One of the interesting things about this image, which appears at the beginning of this video, is that it dates from roughly the time of the biblical King David (slightly before 1000 B.C.) and if David played a harp, as the Tanach (Old Testament) says he did, it was almost certainly an instrument of this sort. David's instrument, which was called a "kinnor" in ancient Hebrew, had ten strings, and we know that he played it "with his hand" (as opposed to using a plectrum or pick for strumming - 1 Samuel 13:9). Being curious as to what this instrument might have sounded like, I built a replica of it, and that is what I am playing in this video. It is tuned to an F harmonic minor scale, and strung with pure silk. Harps and lyres in ancient time were strung with gut but silk, when it is properly prepared, is equally hard, strong and resonant. Was this the sound that lulled troubled King Saul to sleep? We cannot know for sure, but it is possible. If you are curious about this instrument, here is a page on my website that explains a little about its construction and history. 🤍
Seven years ago, I built a small lyre based on a 1200 BCE artifact that had been excavated in the ruins of the ancient city of Har Megiddo (aka “Armageddon”) in northern Israel. Once the instrument was completed, I posted a video of it to YouTube and within a couple of weeks I received a request from THE MUSEUM OF MAKING MUSIC in Carlsbad, California, to allow them to have the instrument on temporary loan for a display they were planning. I packed up the lyre, sent it to the museum, and more or less forgot about it. A few weeks ago, the lyre was returned to me by the museum. It was just like receiving a brand new instrument, and I decided to do something new with it. The original artifact on which the lyre was based is roughly contemporary with King David, and it is safe to assume that David played a lyre (which the Old Testament calls a “kinnor” in Hebrew) that was similar to the Canaanite “lyre of Megiddo”. According to tradition, of the 150 psalms in the Old Testament BOOK OF PSALMS, 73 are said to have been written by David himself. Of these, Psalm 23 is one of the most loved. No one has any idea what the psalms might have sounded like sung by David but we do know he was a singer and an instrumentalist. No music has survived, and the texts were not written down until several hundred years after David’s death. I can make no claims to authenticity in this rendition, since we do not even know how David tuned his lyre. For this video, I have tuned to an F minor harmonic scale, and I sang in a gentle, lyric, style, which seems appropriate for the content. All I can say for sure is that it would have been possible for David to play this on his 10-string “kinnor”. The MUSEUM OF MAKING MUSIC has been recently renovated and for anyone interested in music who happens to be in the Carlsbad, California, area it is well worth a visit. When I built the lyre in the video above, I put together a webpage (URL below) showing how it was created after the original artifact. 🤍
Ancient World Music is a genre that expands swiftly with new musicians from all over the globe, and SEIKILO Channel is committed to supporting and introducing them to the world! 🔴 For more videos like this, subscribe to our channel: 🤍 🟢 SEIKILO is on Spotify too! Follow us at 🤍 Meet Rui Fu on the vocals, Theodore Koumartzis on the ancient lyre, and Nikos Varelas on the ancient bendir. ⚫ Find the perfect lyre for you at 🤍 ⚫ Check availability and prices for the bendir at 🤍 🔵 Learn how to play the lyre and other ancient musical instruments at 🤍 #lyre #lyra #lyreharp #harp #lyretutorial #lyremusic #lyremusicinstrument 🎙️ Pausis Ancient Music Ensemble - a Secret Form of Communication A parallel unobserved form of expression behind the obvious, the unseen point where all obvious forms of communication (dialogue, sounds, gestures, writing) communicate and become capable of expressing something higher than their sum. Voice: Rui Fu | Bendir: Nikos Varelas | Ancient Greek Lyre: Theodoros Koumartzis 🎙️ Παύσις - μια μυστική μορφή επικοινωνίας Μια παράλληλη αθέατη μορφή έκφρασης πίσω από το προφανές, το αθέατο σημείο όπου όλες οι προφανείς μορφές επικοινωνίας (διάλογος, ήχοι, χειρονομίες, γραφή) επικοινωνούν και γίνονται ικανές να εκφράσουν κάτι ανώτερο από το άθροισμά τους. Φωνή: Rui Fu | Αρχαίο Bendir: Nikos Varelas | Αρχαία Ελληνική Λύρα: Theodoros Koumartzis ⚪ Παύσις (lat. pausa) Pausa is actually a necessary element for every kind of communication of verbal, artistic, stochastic music. With both philosophical and literal dimensions, friendship, love, time, life itself become ill at the moment when the internal dialogue ceases and in the space that is created all becomes One. Στοιχείο απαραίτητο για κάθε μορφή επικοινωνίας λεκτικής, μουσικής καλλιτεχνικής, στοχαστικής. Με φιλοσοφικές αλλά και κυριολεκτικές διαστάσεις, η φιλία, ο έρωτας, ο χρόνος, η ίδια η ζωή αποκτούν νόημα στην στιγμή εκείνη που παύει ο εσωτερικός διάλογος και στον χώρο που δημιουργείται, όλα γίνονται Ένα. 🎙️ Who is Rui Fu? Rui Fu is a singer-songwriter who specializes in improvisational and impressionistic interpretation of Chinese ethnic musical traditions and modernist portrayals of ancient Taoist meditative musics. Visit 🔗 🤍 📺 🤍 🎙️ Who is Theodore? Theodore is the youngest brother of the Koumartzis family. Being part of the family's endeavor since its early stage, he soon came to be an inspiring top-notch lyre player, constantly learning and experimenting with musicians around the world. He is the founder of the PAUSIS Project, a curator at the SEIKILO Museum of Ancient Music in Greece (Thessaloniki), and an integral part of LUTHIEROS Music Instruments. 🎙️ Who is Nikos? Nikos Varelas is a master percussionist with extensive studies in various techniques and types of frame drums. He is an alumnus of the Music Science and Art Department of the University of Macedonia (Greece) and Erasmus alumnus of the Turkish Music State Conservatory (Istanbul Technical University). He fine-tuned his art with the guidance of world-renowned percussionists, including Dimitris Barbas, Kostas Anastasiadis, Zohar Fresco, Misirli Ahmet, and others. He currently lives in Thessaloniki but travels all over Greece and abroad to share his passion for percussions as part of various bands from completely different music genres. 🎥 Directed by Christos Sagias & Paul Papadopoulos 👍 Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 ❤️ Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 🔴 For more videos like this, subscribe to our channel: 🤍
"Gimme Love" is a song performed by LYRE, written by Alina Smith & Elli Moore & produced by Alina Smith. Stream it here: 🤍 Other music: 🤍 Connect with LYRE here: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 LYRE is an international female writer/production/vocal production company, founded by the best friends Alina Smith and Elli Moore and spearheaded by Alina. Together, their work has accumulated over 100 million+ streams and gained them #1’s on iTunes and Billboard. Some of their notable collaborators include ITZY, SUNMI, Red Velvet, Chung Ha, Jo Yuri Betty Who, Fallout Boy, Kirstin from Pentatonix, INNA and many others.
Get our debut album "Kvile" here: 🤍 Eldrim on Spotify: 🤍 Presenting the instruments Eldrim use in our music. "Gnaal" is a bowed lyre (taglharpe) made of spruce, flame ash and bog oak. Strings are made of horse tail. Not a reproduction. More a bastard with various historical instruments as it's "parents". We felt the need for a deeper tone/drone and came up with this creation. Tuning: D (same as the D on a normal bass guitar)- A - D (octave higher) Made by Espen Winther (Eldrim) Here you can see the whole process. From drawing to sound: 🤍
This is the earliest known poem in the English language, written in the 7th century, in what is called “Old English”. We know very little about the author, whose name was Caedmon, beyond what was said about him by “The Father of English History”, the monk known as The Venerable Bede (672 - 735 A.D.). The setting for my performance of the hymn is Odda’s Chapel in Gloucestershire, South West England. The chapel is Anglo-Saxon, built a decade before the Norman invasion. Although we have the words of the hymn, we have no idea what Caedmon’s music sounded like. I wrote the melody myself after being inspired by an excellent workshop given by the wonderful singer and musicologist, Stef Conner, and her fellow musicologist and ancient music historian, Hanna Marti.
"WANNABES" is a song performed by LYRE, written by Alina Smith, Elli Moore & Jordyn Kane & produced by Alina Smith. Other music: 🤍 LYRE is an international female writer/production/vocal production company, founded by the best friends Alina Smith and Elli Moore and spearheaded by Alina. Together, their work has accumulated over 100 million+ streams and gained them #1’s on iTunes and Billboard. Some of their notable collaborators include ITZY, Betty Who, Fallout Boy, Kirstin from Pentatonix, Red Velvet, INNA and many others. Connect with LYRE here: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
Most insane lyre play ever. AyatoBard visited my world when I was streaming. I don't know what songs he played (except Eula's one). Anyways, credit to that person who visited my world, played insane songs, and left. If you're watching this video, big fan man, what a chad. Apologize my voice, I was little sick that day. If you enjoyed this video, please leave a LIKE and SUBSCRIBE to my channel to help me grow this little channel. Thank you for watching! Follow my Twitch! 🤍 Join our discord! 🤍 Visit my other platform! Twitter: 🤍 Twitch: Instagram: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Chapter: 00:00 Intro 00:19 First Song 02:15 Eula Theme 03:26 Third Song 05:35 Fourth Song 08:03 The End Song used: Klee's Trailer (When the Sunlight Flees) Video used: Eula's Trailer (Genshin Impact)
Can't Help Falling In Love With You 16 strings Lyre Harp cover Arranged by yours truly Help me buy my dream harp when you purchase sheet music here: for only $4.50 at 🤍 or for $4.99 at 🤍 For Filipino supporters and friends who wish to buy the sheet music, kindly send me a pm through facebook account Go E Music Bloomer: 🤍 *Comment your song requests down below! :) Where I bought my Lyre harp: 🤍 Also see my other videos: Unboxing, review and sound test of this Molin Lyre Harp 16 strings here: 🤍 As the Deer Lyre harp cover: 🤍 Lyre Harp Tuning Guide: 🤍 How to Mark Your Lyre Harp: 🤍 Connect with me, let me know what you think about this video! FB Account: Go E MusicBloomer Email: emgaspar.633🤍gmail.com IG: music_bloomer ❤️❤️❤️Support me and help me buy my very own dream harp: 🤍 I do not own this music Song Credits By Hugo Peretti, George David Weiss, Luigi Creatore Artist: Elvis Presley Writers: Terence Trent D’Arby Copyright © 1961; Renewed 1989 Gladys Music (ASCAP) This arrangement Copyright © 2014 Gladys Music (ASCAP) All Rights in the U.S. Administered by Imagem Sounds International No copyright infringement intended
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This video is a performance of a Sumerian incantation and lament upon the death of the hero, GILGAMESH. For those who are interested, the translation and transliteration of the Sumerian cuneiform tablets can be found online at the University of Oxford website - The Electronic Text Corpus Of Sumerian Literature. “The Gold Lyre of Ur” was unearthed by archaeologist, Sir Leonard Woolley, in the 1920’s during his excavations in the Sumerian city of Ur, in modern day Iraq. Unfortunately, as you can see from the photo at the top of the video, there was little left of the lyre because the Sumerians simply put it into the ground 5000 years ago and covered it over with tons of earth. In the intervening millennia, everything that was degradable turned to dust, and only the imprint of the instrument was left, along with the stone mosaic decorations, the four vignettes made of shell, and the gold. Thanks to very careful measurements and photos taken by Woolley, museum curators have been able to reconstruct the fragile bits and pieces, and the instrument is now on display in Baghdad. What you see in this video is my own replica, made from cedar like the original. Needless to say, I used brass sheeting instead of gold, but it is unlikely that the ornamentation would change the basic sound of the instrument. A lyre of this size, whose lowest note is the same as the lowest ‘C’ on a piano keyboard, would probably have been used as a drone instrument, and would not have been used to play melodies like a harp or a smaller lyre. The bench-shaped bridges used on these instruments, suggest that they probably “buzzed” like the modern Indian tamboura, or the Ethiopian “begena” lyre. The buzzing sound made possible by the wide flat bridge, greatly increases the volume output of the string, as well as the decay time of the vibration. The large “balag” drum you see on my left in the video, is four feet (120 cm) in diameter, and was a common percussion instrument in Sumer, although there are none that have survived the ages. These drums were an integral part of ceremonies to summon the souls in the “Netherworld” because, as you can hear, they make enough noise “to wake the dead”! The belief in an afterlife was an integral part of Sumerian culture, and I highly recommend Dr. Irving Finkel’s wonderful book on the subject, THE FIRST GHOSTS. The video of my full performance was too long, so I have edited it down to about 8 minutes (still too long IMO). Much of this sort of incantation was repetition, but I suspect the ancient Sumerians had a greater tolerance for long, drawn-out rituals than most of us do today. I chopped several minutes out of the middle. We have the Sumerian cuneiform texts, as well as some of the musical instruments, but we do not have the melodies because the Sumerians didn’t write them down. I believe that the parts that were sung were probably largely improvised, just as they are today in the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent. Ancient Sumerian teachers did not write down their music because they taught mainly by memory and by ear. From the standpoint of a singer, I have performed these texts in a loud, declarative style. The Sumerians did not have amplification, and singers had to be heard by large crowds at temple gatherings, or sometimes outside.
Got myself this amazing Walter.T Lyre Harp,absolutely love this little thing the sound is very relaxing and can relieve daily stress,i hope you like it in case anywone would like to suport my work with a donation: paypal,janlaurenz🤍gmail.com
One of the most common questions I get is whether the Lyre Harp is easy to learn for complete beginners. Rather than replying to each comment one by one, I decided to make a video about it! - - - - - - - - - - - - 🌈 My Lyre Harps🌱 ✔️ 16 String Solid Body: 🤍 ✔️ 16 String Hollow Deer: 🤍 ✔️ 16 String Hollow Round: 🤍 ✔️ 7 String: 🤍 (These are affiliate links to Amazon. It means I get a small commission if you choose to buy a product through these links.) - - - - - - - - - - - - 🍎 Support me on Patreon and get exclusive downloads to the Notes Sheets of ALL my covers! Visit 🤍 . ☕ Or make a one-time donation (support only, no downloads). 🤍 .
🔴 For more videos like this, subscribe to our channel: 🤍 Harmonics is an astounding skill, no doubt, reserved only for those very few masters of the ancient lyre. Or maybe not? In this video, Lina Palera, an instructor at the LyreAcademy.com, share with you Five Secrets for Playing Perfect Harmonics, no matter your level, starting with the theory and going all the way up to the practical aspects of this unique skill. ⚫ Find the perfect lyre for you at 🤍 🔵 Learn how to play the lyre at 🤍 ⚪️ What is LyreAcademy.com? The Lyre Academy is an online educational institution specializing in the study and practice of the ancient music heritage. They offer structured education for learning to play ancient-inspired musical instruments such as the lyre and the ancient kithara. Inspiring courses on the world’s ancient music heritage to elevate your lyre playing quickly through smile-inducing lessons! 🎙️ Who is Lina? Lina Palera is a world-renowned lyre player with live performances at numerous concert halls, museums, international conferences, et cetera. such as the Greek Museum of Byzantine Culture and the Frankfurt Musikmesse. She has an extensive discography as a guitar player and a vocalist. “Aurora” is her first music album dedicated solely to the ancient lyre and the emotions it can evoke. She loves teaching adults and children how to play the ancient lyre, and this is why she co-founded and serves as the Head of Music Programs at LyreAcademy.com! 📜 Video's transcript: You have probably already seen advanced lyre players "adding" notes to their lyre by playing on different parts of their strings; I am talking about the "Harmonics," an astounding skill, no doubt! At first sight, this might look "magical" and too difficult for most of us. But, let me assure you that it is possible and quite doable for every lyre player, no matter your level. In this video, I am going to share with you 5 secrets for playing perfect harmonics, starting with the theory and going all the way up to the practical aspects of this amazing skill. #1 Understand the Mathematics Behind the Harmonics First of all, we really need to understand the mathematics behind Harmonics. And this isn't so difficult, as it might sounds. Pythagoras, the ancient Greek philosopher, was the one who proved that there is a direct connection between sound and mathematic ratio. He used his monochord, a string instrument with only one string as the name in Greek implies, and divided its string into equal parts: in half, in thirds, in fourths, and go on. As the story goes, he then realized that these produced ratios were the reason why the string sounded differently. Putting his theory into practice, if we have a string tuned in note C and play the harmonic on 1/2, we will get the note C one octave higher! If we do the same on 1/3, then we will get a fifth higher or the note G! And, if we do the same on 1/4, then we will get the note C again, but this time two octaves higher! And we can do that everywhere on our lyre, producing 3 more notes on every string! #2 Find the Perfect Spot on your String and Mark it As you try to do that, you will soon realize that it is crucial hitting each string on the right spot with precision! You need to hit the string on its 1/2; anything close by will not produce a clear note. So, the next tip (tip number 2) is to spend the needed time to find these precise spots on every string and then mark them! To do that, use your index finger on the left hand and gently touch the string from the backside of your lyre, approximately where you think that the perfect spot is each time. Then, hit the string with the index finger of your right hand to produce a sound. If the sound is not clear enough, move your left-hand index up and down on the string until the produced note is what you desire. When you find the perfect spot, use a marker to make a visual sign. Then, move on to the next harmonic. Don't forget to do that for every harmonic and for every string of your lyre. In the end, you will have something like this. Now, it is much easier to produce a harmonic whenever you need it! #3 Exercise Daily, as Much as you Can, to Strengthen your Muscle Memory But even now that you have marked the perfect spots on your lyre, it is not easy to produce clear notes, clear harmonics, isn't it? [...] 👍 Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 ❤️ Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 🔴 For more videos like this, subscribe to our channel: 🤍
The 5000-year-old Sumerian “Silver Lyre of Ur”, along with several other musical instruments, was unearthed in southern Iraq in the 1920’s by the British archaeologist, Sir Leonard Woolley. Very little of it was left after five millennia, but careful research revealed that the soundbox was entirely made of silver, not wood overlaid with a sheet of silver. The soundbox of this reproduction of the Silver Lyre is made of metal, which gives the instrument a timbre that is probably comparable to the original artifact. For anyone wanting more information, I refer you to the work of the remarkable archaeomusicologist, Richard Dumbrill.
Review & comparison of three 16 string lyre harps. I'll show you how they differ in playability and sound! 00:00 Intro 00:52 Similarities 01:05 Difference #1 - String Accessibility 01:55 Difference #2 - String Spacings 03:40 Difference #3 - The Pickup 04:24 Difference #4 - The Bridge 05:02 Difference #5 - Playing Upright 05:52 Difference #6 - The Back 06:18 Sound Test - - - - - - - - - - - - Channels mentioned in this video (check them out if you haven't already!): Joy Abad: 🤍 Janine Faye: 🤍 Music Bloomer: 🤍 - - - - - - - - - - - - 🌈 My Lyre Harps🌱 ✔️ 16 String Solid Body: 🤍 ✔️ 16 String Hollow Deer: 🤍 ✔️ 16 String Hollow Round: 🤍 ✔️ 7 String: 🤍 (These are affiliate links to Amazon. It means I get a small commission if you choose to buy a product through these links.) - - - - - - - - - - - - 🍎 Support me on Patreon and get exclusive downloads to the Notes Sheets of ALL my covers! Visit 🤍 . ☕ Or make a one-time donation: 🤍 .
Music launched in a downward tide so that is carried out to sea, this call to the Selkie ... • Instrument - Harp-Lyre Concept - Tivale © (Reproduction prohibited) • Luthier: Atelier Skald 🤍atelier-skald.com • Artist: Ar Bard _ Musique lancé à la mer à marrée descendante afin que soit emporté au large, cet appel à la Selkie... • Instrument - Harpe-Lyre Concept - Tivale © (Reproduction interdite) • Luthier : Atelier Skald 🤍atelier-skald.com • Artiste : Ar Bard
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Easy version of Moonlight Sonata arranged for the 16 string diatonic lyre harp. - - - - - - - - - - - - 🌈 My Lyre Harps🌱 ✔️ 16 String Solid Body: 🤍 ✔️ 16 String Hollow Deer: 🤍 ✔️ 16 String Hollow Round: 🤍 ✔️ 7 String: 🤍 (These are affiliate links to Amazon. It means I get a small commission if you choose to buy a product through these links.) 💡 My Equipment : iPhone 11 - - - - - - - - - - - - 🍎 Support me on Patreon and get exclusive downloads to the Notes Sheets of ALL my covers! Visit 🤍 . ☕ Or you can buy me a coffee (support only, no downloads). 🤍 .
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I joined random genshin players worlds in co-op and asked them to play the lyre. The talent and performances I saw was just INSANE, enjoy! ▼ EXPAND ME ▼ Follow me here! Twitch: 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Discord: 🤍 Thumbnail Credit: 🤍Caldier_fshh & Macchineツ Edited By: Me! Thanks for watching :D #lyre #genshinimpact #genshin
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First approach of Yerko Lorca as lyre player in Athens. The song is an improvisation after tuning it and discover the sound of this ancient greek instrument in the luthier laboratory Nikolaos Brass, Herakles and Socrates. The lyre in that video is made of wood, with the shape of a turtle's shell. It has a skin covering the soundbox, a wooden mast and 8 strings. ► Listen more songs from Lyre : 🤍 ＊＊＊＊＊＊＊＊ Hiiii ! We are YK band, want know more about us? Here you are in the right place ! Leave the comment, we would love to meet you :) ► Subscribe FB/IG ➝ 🤍 ► Listen more music➝ 🤍 ► Officially Website➝ 🤍 ► Buy our Albums ➝ 🤍 ► Email ➝ productions🤍yerkolorca.com #lyre #ancientharp #lyreharp #lyreapollo #lyreinstrument #lyreplayer #lyremusic #worldmusic #greeklyre #Tartessianlyre #ancient #gamecomposer #ykband
Glaz is a Breton word that has no equivalent in French. It designates not a color but a whole world of nuances between green and blue which is said to be, the child of the sky is of the sea, azure and emerald. Indefinite color that everyone perceives in their own way...Brittany. This dreamlike journey illustrates a journey from the source to the sea, from the present to the past from which emanates the memory of the meeting of a woman and a man who, like the sky and the sea, have linked their destinies by creating their own color: Glaz. 🤍ar-bard.com Glaz est un mot Breton qui n'a pas d’équivalent en français.Il désigne non pas une couleur mais tout un monde de nuances entre le vert et le bleu qui est dit-on, l'enfant du ciel est de la mer, de l'azur et de l’émeraude. Couleur indéfinie que chacun perçoit à sa manière...Bretagne. Ce voyage onirique illustre un cheminement de la source vers la mer, du présent vers le passé d'où émane le souvenir de la rencontre d'une femme et d'un homme qui, à l'image du ciel et de la mer, ont lié leurs destinés en créant leur propre couleur: Glaz. 🤍ar-bard.com à l'Image :-Odile et Félix que nous remercions de tout cœur de s'être prêtés au jeu et d'avoir participé à ce projet auto-produit en plein confinement.- -Composition : Ar Bard (Julian Cuvilliez et Audrey Lecorgne)-Réalisation/montage: Ar Bard -Étalonnage et colorimétrie : Timmy Maquaire (Grand merci à lui)-Mixage/Master : Studio Near Deaf Studio / Sebastien Lorho Instruments : Lyres Gauloises de l'Atelier Skald - 🤍atelier-skald.com Remerciements : à Kim, à Benoît et Nathalie Cuvilliez
This video features clips from 4 of my many albums of my of ancient lyre music, featuring both the actual surviving fragments of the music of Ancient Greece, as well as my original compositions for replica lyre, in a selection of some of the original Ancient Greek Modes... My albums of ancient Greek-themed lyre Music are available, anywhere in the world, from all major digital music stores and streaming sites, including iTunes, Amazon, Apple Music, Spotify and Google Play - free PDF booklets of all the detailed album notes are available from my website: 🤍 For full details, and all the historical research behind my myriad of "Musical Adventures in Time Travel", please visit my official website: 🤍 Many thanks for watching!
This video shows Corwen Broch playing his reconstruction of the lyre found recently at Trossingen in Germany. The lyre in the video has six nylgut strings (gut can be substituted on request), a body carved from oak and a maple soundboard for extra volume. The original Trossingen lyre was entirely maple and this is how we now make our reconstructions (the lyre in the video was our prototype).Unlike Anglo-Saxon lyres the Germanic lyres have a one piece body without a separate yoke. These instruments are for sale at 🤍ancientmusic.co.uk
Je suis très heureux de partager avec vous ces quelques notes jouées depuis les plages de Tregastel en Bretagne, avec la nouvelle lyre modèle Fianna tout droit sortie de l'Atelier Skald! 🤍atelier-skald.com 🤍ar-bard.com 🤍lyre-academy.com
Freddie Mercury said "You can do whatever you like with my music... just never make me boring." I hope this video is not boring. I took away the opera bits as they didn't fit in the diatonic scale of the lyre. - - - - - - - - - - - - 🌈 My Lyre Harps🌱 ✔️ 16 String Solid Body: 🤍 ✔️ 16 String Hollow Deer: 🤍 ✔️ 16 String Hollow Round: 🤍 ✔️ 7 String: 🤍 💡 My Equipment 💡 🎥 iPhone 11 🎤 Blue Yeti X microphone: 🤍 (These are affiliate links to Amazon. It means I get a small commission if you choose to buy a product through these links.) - - - - - - - - - - - - 🍎 Support me on Patreon and get exclusive downloads to the Notes Sheets of ALL my covers! Visit 🤍 . ☕ Or you can buy me a coffee (support only, no downloads). 🤍 .
Easy version of Great Fairy's Fountain arranged for the 16 string lyre. I had to change a number of notes to fit the lyre's diatonic scale. Hopefully the result isn't too far from the original. Notes: Tuning from low to high: G, A, B, C D E F G A B C' D' E' F' G' A' ~ means play the connected notes quickly one after the other. - - - - - - - - - - - - 🌈 My Instruments 🌱 ✔️ 16 String Solid Body Lyre Harp: 🤍 ✔️ 16 String Hollow Deer Head Lyre Harp: 🤍 ✔️ 16 String Hollow Round Lyre Harp: 🤍 ✔️ 7 String Lyre Harp: 🤍 💡 My Equipment 💡 🎥 iPhone 11 🎤 Blue Yeti X microphone: 🤍 (These are affiliate links to Amazon. It means I get a small commission if you choose to buy a product through these links.) - - - - - - - - - - - - 🍎 Support me on Patreon and get exclusive downloads to the Notes Sheets of ALL my covers! Visit 🤍 . ☕ Or you can buy me a coffee (support only, no downloads). 🤍 .
inspired by Anne Crosby Gaudet harp cover of Minuet & Canon by Bach/Petzold and Pachelbel. I hope you'll like this. ♫ MY LYRE: 🤍 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 👇 𝑫𝒐𝒘𝒏𝒍𝒐𝒂𝒅 𝒎𝒚 𝑭𝑹𝑬𝑬 𝒌𝒂𝒍𝒊𝒎𝒃𝒂 𝒕𝒂𝒃𝒔 𝒐𝒓 𝑩𝑼𝒀 𝑴𝑬 𝑨 𝑪𝑶𝑭𝑭𝑬𝑬 ☕️ 🤍 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 𝑭𝒐𝒍𝒍𝒐𝒘 𝒎𝒆! 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - #MinuetinG #CanonPachelbel #Lyreharp
Created in response to several requests, here it is - an entire 2 hours of my ancient Greek-themed lyre music, for relaxation, meditation & contemplation: 🤍 To hear countless hours more, including ancient Roman-themed albums, ancient Egyptian-themed albums & ancient Biblical music themed-albums, all my music is available to stream via Spotify: 🤍 My ancient-themed lyre music is also available to either stream or download, from iTunes, Apple Music & Amazon (please see official artist links below). For CD quality audio, lossless WAV is available from Bandcamp: 🤍 Enjoy the 'musical adventure in time travel'! Subscribe: 🤍 Official Artist Links: Official Website: 🤍 Digital Music Artist Profiles: Spotify: 🤍 iTunes & Apple Music: 🤍 Amazon: 🤍 Bandcamp: 🤍 Facebook Page: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍
How to play the Omori OST on the lyre harp. Easy version. Thank you Frillix Underscore for introducing this one to me. :) ~ means play the connected notes quickly, one after the other. - - - - - - - - - - - - 🌱 My Lyre Harps🌱 16 String Solid Body (used in this video): 🤍 16 String Hollow Deer: 🤍 16 String Hollow Round: 🤍 7 String: 🤍 🌱 My Equipment 🌱 iPhone 11 Blue Yeti X microphone: 🤍 (These are affiliate links to Amazon. It means I get a small commission if you choose to buy a product through these links.) - - - - - - - - - - - - 🍎 Support me on Patreon and get exclusive downloads to the Notes Sheets of ALL my covers! Visit 🤍 . ☕ Or you can buy me a coffee (support only, no downloads). 🤍 .
I use the free mobile app "insTuner" on the iPhone to tune my lyre harps. This chromatic tuner is super easy to use. Great for beginners. Here's a demonstration. Keys to remember: - To raise the pitch, tighten the string - To lower the pitch, loosen the string - - - - - - - - - - - - 🌈 My Lyre Harps🌱 ✔️ 16 String Solid Body: 🤍 ✔️ 16 String Hollow Deer: 🤍 ✔️ 16 String Hollow Round: 🤍 ✔️ 7 String: 🤍 (These are affiliate links to Amazon. It means I get a small commission if you choose to buy a product through these links.)