Standard: Intermediate to Advanced Harp Type: Lever Harp
Ged a chaidh thu orm seachd (Although you have slighted me.) This is a traditional Gaelic tune
Chapel Keithack - A beautiful slow air by the fiddler /composer William Marshall 1748-1833. He dedicated the tune to his friend, George Gordon, a Priest, who wrote down many of Marshall’s tunes.
Love will find out the Way.
Lulle me beyond Thee -This haunting lullaby goes well with the following piece as they share the same tonality.
Saith nos Lau (Seven Light Nights)
Harps at Hamnavoe - Hamnavoe is the old name for the Orkney town of Stromness. Visiting a harpmaker there inspired this piece which was performed by 201 harp players at the 25th Edinburgh International Harp Festival - setting a Guiness World Record for the largest harp ensemble!
Lochaber no more - One of the saddest and most beautiful tunes of the Highland clearances.
Now Bank and Brae are claithed in Green
Gartmore Gathering - Written for the annual “Summer Harps in the Trossachs” held at Gartmore House.
Auld Lang Syne - This is the tune Burns chose for his famous words as published in Johnson’s Musical Museum.