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For the past 18 years, we've been making moula making music together and still lovin' it. Weddings, concerts, corporate functions, parties, showers, you name it, we play it. Well....almost. We've moved the harp in sun, rain, sleet and gusting wind. And we could not live without our music.

Monday, September 20, 2010

Flute Music Galore!

Well, as you can see from Nat's posts, it has been a crazily busy weekend for fluting and harping... but what fun we have had driving all over Southern Ontario. My weekend started on Friday when I attended a fantastic workshop in London to introduce the new RCM OVERTONES flute series. I headed home with so much music that Nat and I will be playing for the next 18 years just to get through it all. We can't wait to start rehearsing! Maybe you'll get to hear some it at one of our upcoming concerts!!!!

Emily & Scott's Wedding - September 19, 2010

It's been a busy summer and we have lots of weddings to share with you!

We were so happy to be a part of Emily & Scott's wedding this past weekend at the Miller Lash House. The weather was perfect and the ceremony was led by our favourite officiant, Jeremy Citron of "All You Need Is Love Weddings".

Emily & Scott chose all their ceremony music from the soundtrack of their favourite movie, "Seven Pounds" (Will Smith) and we were happy to learn the new music to personalize their wedding.

Prelude included Crisis by Ennio Morricone, Have No Fear by Bird York. The parents and happy groom walked in to Feeling Good by Muse, originally performed by Nina Simone. The bridesmaids walked down the steep hill to Somebody by Depeche Mode. And the beautiful bride made her grand entrance to Faye Wong's I Am Willing.

If you've ever been to Miller Lash House, you know it's at the top of a very steep hill. The options for moving a harp are: a. over 21 steep stairs and b. a steep hill where the caterers make their deliveries. Look at the option we choose! Thanks to Michael Coombs of Prodigy Entertainment who was so entertained watching us hike up the hill, that he captured the moment on his Blackberry.

We don't usually get to take photos during the ceremony, but since we were sitting at the back, we decided to share our viewpoint:

Through the strings.

Cat's view of Nat.

Congratulations Emily & Scott!