...featuring the rare and exquisite sound of the early Gaelic harp, with strings of brass, silver or even gold wire!
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Early Gaelic harp recordings, with repertory researched from the manuscript and printed sources, performed using period idiom and technique on replica instruments.
Contemporary innovations - contemporary and jazz compositions using Gaelic harps.
Traditional approaches - Gaelic harps are played in less historical, more traditional or folk styles.
Early & medieval Welsh music. Robert ap Huw, bray harp, and crwth
Gaelic song CDs. Whether you are a listener or a performer, sean nós singing is an essential companion to early Gaelic harp music.
Lute and consort music. Music from the Scottish lute manuscripts, and Renaissance and baroque consort music featuring early Gaelic harp.
Fiddle & Piping. The old Gaelic fiddle traditions, Scottish pìobaireachd, and historical Irish uillean pipes.
Romantic transformation. The Irish and Scottish harp music re-cast for romantic audiences, on piano, with English lyrics.