Bill Tobin | Heron Rising

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Heron Rising

by Bill Tobin

Uplifting, inspirational and exciting solo harp music. Includes three original compositions including the title track "Heron Rising" as well several Scottish tunes.
Genre: Folk: Contemporary Celtic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Liam's Song
6:26 album only
2. Tail Toddle
2:14 album only
3. Morning Has Broken
5:37 album only
4. The Lea Rig
4:50 album only
5. Early One Morning
4:23 album only
6. The New Rigged Ship
2:05 album only
7. Reflections of Hope
8:52 album only
8. The Cradle Song
4:17 album only
9. Give Me Your Hand
3:14 album only
10. My Faithful Fond One
3:35 album only
11. De'il Amang the Tailors
2:18 album only
12. All Through the Night
5:42 album only
13. Heron Rising
7:12 album only


Album Notes
Bill Tobin is a native of northern New Hampshire. He has played harp since 1989 when he began taking lessons with Stephanie Curcio at the University of New Hampshire. In 1998 he released his first CD entitled A Breath of Fresh Air. In 2000 he released a holiday recording called Laura’s Gift. In 2002 he released an album called Heron Rising and in 2006 he released a recording inspired by his walks in the White Mountains entitled Nature’s Peace. Bill is a harp steward at the New Hampshire Highland Games where he has won numerous awards including the 1996 New England Scottish Harp Championship. Bill presently teaches mathematics at the Cabot School in Cabot, VT. He is an avid Scottish Country Dancer, outdoor enthusiast and chess player. Bill lives with his wife Laura and their son Liam in St. Johnsbury, VT.



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