A love story woven around a Romantic harp

Have a cheerful day! © Charles Thibo

Morning light. Peace. A day of joy is about to begin. Those were my thoughts a week ago when I rose on in the morning. A harp. Music with harp seemed to be appropriate to start the day. Here is what I came up with: In 1806 the German composer Louis Spohr wrote his Sinfonia Concertante for Violin and Harp in G major, WoO 13. A cheerful Romantic work, recorded by the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra, Marielle Nordmann (harp) and Pierre Amoyal (violin).

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