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The Celtic Harp

By Siobhan Bhreathnach

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Edited by John Loesburg. Arranged by Siobhan Bhreathnach. Music Sales America. Irish, Folk, Scottish. 40 pages. Omnibus Press #OMB161. Published by Omnibus Press (HL.14006328).

Item Number: HL.14006328
ISBN 190042813X. Irish, Folk, Scottish. 9x12 inches.

A hand-picked collection of the finest old airs and dance tunes from the Celtic countries. The music has been arranged for easy harp but it is suitable for piano and keyboard or most other melody instruments. A wide variety of styles and flavors are included in this book and it is a perfect addition to the repertoire of any musician who has interests in harp music. The book incorporates the various fashions and approaches of musicians in Ireland, Great Britain, Wales, Cornwall and the Isle of Man. This edition is complete with a CD of professional demonstration recordings to further help you capture that authentic Celtic character.

Contents: An Alarc'h • Ar Serjant-Major (The Sergeant Major) • Buain Na Rainich (The Cutting of the Fern) • Carval Ny Drogh Vranne (Jezebel Carol) • Come Under My Plaidie • Difyrrwch Arglwddydds Owain (Lady Owen's Delight) • Dydd Trwy'r Dellt (Dawn Through the Wattles) • Hela'r 'Sgyfarnog (Hunting the Hare) • John O'Connor • Kemp's Jig • Lord Willoughby • Ma Fransez (My Francoise) • Mairi Bhan Og (Fair Young Mary) • Me a Gar Eur Goumik (I Love a Turtle Dove) • Miss Loudon • Miss Sally Hunter • Morfa'r Frenhines (The Queen's March) • Oiche Nollag • Putney Ferry • Rhiawabon • Sally Gardens • Santez Mari, Mamm Doue • Sir Festus Burke • The Banks of the Suir • The Miller's Dance • The Rising of the Lark • There Was a Lad • Windsor Terrace.

  • An Alarc'h 
  • Ar Serjant-Major (The Sergeant Major) 
  • Buain Na Rainich (The Cutting Of The Fern) 
  • Carval Ny Drogh Vranne (Jezebel Carol) 
  • Come Under My Plaidie 
  • Difyrrwch Arglwddydds Owain (Lady Owen's Delight) 
  • Doue Lan A Vadeleh 
  • Dydd Trwy'r Dellt (Dawn Through The Wattles) 
  • Follow Me Down To Carlow 
  • Hela'r 'Sgyfarnog (Hunting The Hare) 
  • John O'connor 
  • Kemp's Jig 
  • Lord Willoughby 
  • Ma Fransez (My Francoise) 
  • Mairi Bhan Og 
  • Me A Gar Eur Goulmik (I Love A Turtle Dove) 
  • Miss Loudon 
  • Miss Sally Hunter 
  • Morfa'r Frenhines (The Queen's March) 
  • Oich Nollag (Christmas Eve) 
  • Putney Ferry 
  • Rhiwabon 
  • Sally Gardens 
  • Santez Mari, Mamm Doue 
  • Sir Festus Burke 
  • The Banks Of The Suir 
  • The Miller's Dance 
  • The Rising of the Lark 
  • The Siege Of St. Malo 
  • There Was A Lad 
  • Windsor Terrace 

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  • 5

    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • December 31, 2007 Excellent!

    I cannot recommend this collection highly enough if you like Celtic music and your standard is early intermediate to intermediate. The arrangements are not really so difficult or complicated as long as you are past the beginner stage (although getting them up to speed requires more skill), but the arrangements...

    are nonetheless really beautiful. This is proper music, even for those who are not yet advanced. I particularly like the fact that music from different Celtic traditions is included - the Welsh and the Breton style I find particularly haunting. I wouldn´t be without it.

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