Camille and Kennerly | Scarborough Fair

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Scarborough Fair

by Camille and Kennerly

"Scarborough Fair" acoustic Harp Duet - arranged and performed by Camille and Kennerly (The Harp Twins) on their Concert Grand Harps.
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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1. Scarborough Fair
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Beautiful, peaceful, and reflective Harp Duet rendition of a well-loved classic.



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John Broadway

Scarborough Fari
Scarborough Fair, a traditional British folk ballad lends itself perfectly to the harp, especially well in the capable hands of the Harp Twins with their acoustic Concert Grand harps. Their version is pure audible magic just like a clockwork music box, each note is perfectly precise and crystal clear and very skilfully played. For the song that describes impossible tasks, the Twins seem to produce the impossible with ease and grace by their rendition of this whimsical dainty song. If that were not enough to enthrall the listener, there is a surprise at the end which really makes the Twins stand out from the crowd, you’ll have to hear it yourself to appreciate just how sweet and angelic the Twins really are!

Steven Angulo

Wonderfully enchanting
One doesn't have to be a fan of harp music in order to deeply appreciate this version that the Harp Twins made of Scarborough Fair; they clearly are perfectionists who use all of their creativity and talent for every song they make, and the outcome is always magical. I actually discovered this song thanks to their rendition, and now I love it. They sing beautifully at the very end.