Raquelle and Heather Sheen as the Joyful Harps. ~ Photo Courtesy of Holly Sheen
Readers of The Times Examiner are familiar with the multitalented Sheen sisters, Heather and Raquelle, and their Joyful Harps music. They teach music and also author weekly columns for the newspaper pertaining to home schooling.

Heather and Raquelle have recently started recording their harp arrangements on paper.  Harpists may now go to their new sheet music page on their website and find several published original arrangements for duets and solos. They may be purchased by the piece individually for $6 each (price includes shipping). www.joyfulharps.com/oursheetmusic.html.

“We have found a recording engineer for our new CD project!” they announced recently. “We are very excited about what he has to offer and have been enjoying the recording sessions! Thanks to all who prayed for us to find the right person. It looks like we’ve found a perfect fit.”

The Joyful Harps have expanded the scope of their new CD.

“We’ve decided to give it the broader title of Joyful Harps Yesteryear. We are halfway through recording and so far have such favorites as ‘Be Thou My Vision,’ ‘My Old Kentucky Home,’ ‘Wild Mountain Thyme,’ ‘When You and I Were Young Maggie,’ ‘How Firm A Foundation’ and many more. We’re arranging new songs all the time.”

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