[Harp-L] Mary Did You Know? - Janalyn Miklas, Harmonica - 12/08/2013


Janalyn Autumn Miklas playing the solo, "Mary Did You Know" - Sunday,
December 8, 2013. Janalyn is playing the Hohner Super 64 (4-octave
chromatic harmonica).  She is accompanied by her father, George Miklas,
also playing the Super 64.

Mercer Boro Mayor Steven VanWoert proclaimed September 14, 2013 "Janalyn
Miklas Day".  Janalyn is the 2013 recipient of the HOHNER / SPAH Youth
Performance Scholarship to the 2013 World Harmonica Festival in Trossingen
Germany, 2012 recipient of the SPAH / William Rosebush Youth Grant to the
2012 SPAH International Harmonica Convention in Dallas Texas.  Janalyn has
also had notable performances in 2013 SPAH International Harmonica
Convention in St. Louis, MO, 2013 at the Mohonk Mountain Resort Music
Festival (New Paltz NY),  the 2013 Virginia Harmonica Festival in Virginia
Beach, VA, the 2011 Yellowpine Harmonica Festival in Yellowpine Idaho, 2010
SPAH Convention in Minneapolis, MN.

George is an official endorsee for Hohner Harmonicas, Harmonica Performing
Artist, Entertainer, and Harmonica Technician.  He formerly toured with
Jerry Murad's Harmonicats, and shared the stage with Richard Hayman and the
St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, and many of the celebrities from the Lawrence
Welk TV Show.  George is a graduate of the Dana School of Music

"Mary Did You Know" Music by Buddy Greene; Lyrics by Mark Lowry; Recorded
by Kenny Rogers with Winona Judd and Michael English; Harmonica Duet
Arrangement and Soundtrack by George Miklas. — at Mercer Area Jr. Sr. High
School in conjunction with Dr. Hendley D. Hoge and the Mercer Community

   - *GEORGE MIKLAS,* Harmonica Performing Artist and


   - *HARMONICA REPAIR* Done Right by George<http://harmonicagallery.com/repair>
   - *HOHNER <http://us.playhohner.com/>*
   Breathe* <http://us.playhohner.com/>
   - *SPAH *- *S*ociety for the *P*reservation and *A*dvancement of the *H*
   armonica, <http://spah.org/>
      - *a non-profit, membership organization dedicated to serving the
      harmonica community. <http://spah.org/>*

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