Harp, How The Bells- instrumental music with harp and bells by Barbara Luke & Lisa Hunter


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Barbara Luke, Lisa Hunter, and the Warehouse Studio have combined to produce an instrumental Christmas collection with harp and handbells.  This beautiful music is an excellent background while you drive, during your annual Christmas party, or simply as you go about your daily activities.  We hope you will find yourself singing along with your favorite carols accompanied by the harp and handbells.

Barbara Luke is a graduate in Music Education from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.  She married with two children, a daughter-in-law and two granddaughters with  whom she love to spend time .Since 1965 she has been involved in the music program at First Baptist Church, Jacksonville, Florida as a choir member, youth choir director, and soloist.  She has been a private music teacher of harp voice, and piano.   Since 1983 Barbara has held the position of harpist for the Chancel Orchestra and has also released a CD entitled Heavenly Harp, which is a collection of classic hymns.

Lisa Hunter holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Carson-Newman College and is a devoted wife, mother of two grown children ad multiple grandchildren. She has been playing handbells since she was nine years old and doing solo bells for more than 20 years.  She is also actively involved in the Jefferson Baptist Chancel Choir as a vocal soloist and leads the handbell program and Senior Adult choir there as well.  She is the former Tennessee Chairman of the American Guild of English Handbell Ringers and is currently serving as the State Handbell Coordinator of the Louisiana Baptist Convention   She travels extensively to work with church handbell programs and to share her music ministry with all types of congregations.

Barbara and Lisa desire that you will rejoice in the Christmas season as we celebrate the blessed birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.  We pray that you will experience the “good tidings of great joy” that accompany the season as you listen to Harp, How the Bells!

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