Dance of the Daughters
This is the very first piece I composed when I began creating music on my hammered dulcimer. This video captures what I pictured in my mind's eye for this song - a timeless dance of innocence in an open field in the fading light of a summer day. Madeline (age 9) and Olivia (age 5), you inspire me, and I love you beyond measure.
DAVID HARSH CONCERT
Known and loved by many for his creativity on the acoustic guitar, David interweaves original, message-driven Christian music with humor and audience participation to present a dynamic concert that appeals to all ages.
Heart & Soul
Using only Boomwhackers and Octavators, David utilizes looping technology to play the melody and accompaniment of this classic tune. Watch as the piece unfolds before your very ears.
Rich Mullins (cover)
This is perhaps the most well-known of Rich Mullins’ hammered dulcimer songs. It was my privilege to perform it live in a band setting for a Rich Mullins tribute concert in the fall of 2017, marking the 20th anniversary of Rich’s passing. For you dulcimists out there, you’ll be interested to know that on the studio recording of this song, Rich tuned his entire dulcimer down a whole step so he could “think” G Major, but play and sing in F Major.
Singing Over Me
I came to my producer (Brian Reding) with a vision for a “world beat” approach to the studio recording of this song, and I was blown away with what he brought to the table. He played some great ethnic instruments (originating from multiple countries) to create the drum circle texture you hear. Nothing synthesized or sampled – these are all real instruments.
David plays 2 guitars at ONE TIME!
In this song, David plays two guitars at the same time.
It's a song about giving glory to God with all that we have,
all that we are, and all that we do.