Aeolian harp is the general name given to a physically and aesthetically diverse group of musical instruments that produce sound by the wind blowing through their strings. My interest in Aeolian harps, or "wind harps" goes back to my youth, and I have been making them here in Montana for more than thirty years. The instruments here are all commissioned sculpture projects, and illustrate how I have interpreted and developed this ancient idea that dates back at least to the early Greeks. The instrument gets its name from Aeolus, Greek god of the wind. For more on Aeolian harps please see both the Theory and Process areas of this website.