Jew's Harp Guild Homepage

Updated February, 2018

23rd North American Jew's Harp Festival

August 10 August 11 - 2018

628 E Washington Ave, Cottage Grove, Oregon 97424


The North American Jaw Harpists will host the 23rd North American Jew's Harp Festival on August 10 & 11, 2018! Please feel free to contact any of us with inquiries :)
Please visit the Jews' Harp Guild Facebook group or the North American Jaw Harpist Group ( https://www.facebook.com/najawharpists/ ) for more information.

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Pointillist Drawing by Ron Vinson

WELCOME TO THE
JEW'S HARP GUILD

We are a organization dedicated to preserving the
history and art of this, and other, ancient, unique,
or culturally significant acoustic instruments.

We hope this website will educate
and entertain you. 

The Jew's Harp is a small musical instrument
which is held against the teeth or lips, and plucked with the fingers. Its appearance in many cultures of the world, and ancient roots, attest to the magical essence of this simple instrument.


Go here to learn more about the Jew's Harp
Go here to hear the Jew's Harp (MP3s)
Recordings made possible by Mouthmusic.com


 

HERE'S WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER


North American Jew's Harp Festival

NORTH AMERICAN
JEW'S HARP FESTIVAL

 
Festival News
Past Festival Photos,
 Slide Shows & videos

 

DISCUSSION GROUP
Review previous discussions
about the instrument. This group has been supercesded by the JHG FaceBook group. Join us there

 

 

 

The JHG on FaceBook


JHG Newsletters
ONLINE NEWSLETTER
News & Info
Columns & Articles
Over a Decade of Past Issues

 

JEW'S HARP GUILD
INFORMATION

About the Jew's Harp Guild
History of the Jew's Harp
How to Play the Jew's Harp
Pictorial Archive
Reference Information

 

 

Member Submitted Picture Library
be part of our Pictorial Archive

 


 


We encourage the participation of people interested
in other unique musical instruments.




 

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