Harp Making in Late-Georgian London
Mike Baldwin (Author)
August 21, 2020
8.0 X 10.88 X 1.31 inches | 3.33 pounds
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About the Author
Mike Baldwin lives in London. After completing a degree in Music Technology in 1995, in which he specialised in harp making, he worked for Pilgrim Harps, the U.K.'s leading harp maker. In 2000 he retrained as a special-needs teacher and now teaches outdoor learning to teenagers with moderate and severe learning disabilities in a West London woodland. In 2008, following his discovery of the Erat harp company papers, Mike returned to study, completing an MA in Musical Instrument Technology and an AHRC-funded PhD, and in 2019 he won The Terence Pamplin Award for Organology from The Worshipful Company of Musicians. Harp Making in Late-Georgian London is Mike's second book from Bright Light Books, a company he founded to publish history books; the first, Mizen: Rescued Folklore, Histories and Songs from Ireland's South-West, was published in 2019.