Corelli - Kathleen Loughnane - Harp to Heart (CD, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Heart on Discogs. Label: Capitol Records - CDP • Format: CD Album, Club Edition • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Heart - Heart (, CD) | Discogs.
  2. Loughnane, Kathleen, harp all tracks; Cannon, Cormac, pipes, whistle; Hughes, Martin, flute A8; Finn, Alec, bouzouki, guitar, tenor guitar.
  3. Kathleen has 4 CDs and accompanying books to her credit, Affairs of the Harp, Harping On, Harp to Heart and her most recent release The Harpers Connellan. She has taught in Ireland and at major festivals in the US, Japan and throughout Europe.
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  5. Celtic Harp & Scottish Clarsach CD, DVD, sheet music. Scottish, Irish & Celtic Harp and clarsach music on CD, with a range of sheet music and books by Alison Kinnaird, Rachel Hair and others. Kathleen Loughnane. Irish folk harp in fine style. Mary Macmaster and Donald Hay. Hook is the second album from this duo of harpist Mary Macmaster and.
  6. Her arrangements for harp have appeared in several publications. Her new CD "Harp to Heart" is her third album and features harping tunes from Edward Bunting's collecting work in and tunes from the aural tradition. Kathleen says: "In the former case, I have tried to imagine how they might have been played had the tradition remained unbroken.".
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  8. On the following track Kathleen plays two versions of the hornpipe Poll Ha’penny. The first evolved in the tradition from Connellan’s Molly MacAlpin while the second is Willy Clancy’s version. For those interested in planxties / harp airs, Kathleen Loughnane’s recordings are well worth a listen.

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