Has any one played the Harp Yet?
After restoring my well-worn and faded period regency costume, I arrived late for some of the festivities on offer at the Pemberley Picnic at the Abbey Museum of Art and Archaeology on Saturday the7th of September 2019.
The dove display was finished being set up amidst photographers excitedly taking snapshots and marketing people trying to introduce themselves to me for the first time. The pure white homing doves are a rare sight for most, and the response of the public is admiration and intrigue, coming over to get their photo taken with the display on their mobile phone cameras.
A lonely harp stood across from the dove display, and I asked a few people ‘has the harp been played yet?’ While standing waiting for our part in the show, some people started talking to me, I asked them about the harp. They owned and had built the harp themselves plus, the young man knew how to play it. I requested the harp be played during the white dove release and the young 15 yr old Jahan agreed to play. Megan the events co-ordinator found some pretty lady volunteers to participate in the dove release.
And the magic began, with the pretty melody sounding from the harp creating a certain atmosphere for a historic recreation at a Regency High Tea event with ladies in gowns and gloves, men in top hats and tails.
We are presenting a new service for clients, that excels above and beyond any other white dove release provider in this region. We have partnered with the young musician who has played the harp since he was 13 yrs old, Jahan is now 15yrs old (2019).
The harp is incredibly complimentary to the white dove release, adding emotion and feeling that is a match made in heaven.
Enquire today, this service of doves and harps has limited availability, but may be available for your special day.