The Harper And The Minstrel | Rhiannon

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by The Harper And The Minstrel

From the CD "A Sonnet For The Queen", a dreamy, magical version of the Fleetwood Mac Classic with Celtic Harp, Flute and hauntingly beautiful Vocals.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. Rhiannon
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The song Rhiannon, written by Stevie Nicks is the first single from the latest CD by the Celtic/Folk duo The Harper and The Minstrel called "A Sonnet For The Queen". The album contains a beautiful mix of Celtic, Renaissance, Original and Contemporary music.

The Harper and The Minstrel are the husband and wife musical duo of Jay and Abby Michaels. These talented musicians incorporate elements of Celtic, Folk, Rock and Early Music into something that is uniquely their own. Abby's angelic alto and Jay's cindery baritone are accompanied by a variety of instruments including Celtic Harp, Silver & Divergent Flute, Recorder, Penny Whistle, Bowed Psaltery and Guitar.

The duo specializes in beautiful airs and ballads, the occasional jig or reel, many of their own original compositions and their unique arrangements of Traditional Celtic tunes, Baroque and Renaissance Music and songs by artists like Sting and Led Zeppelin.

"You can best judge a musician’s acumen by the way they interpret music, whether that music is familiar to you or obscure...Jay and Abby Michaels’ deft adaptations of songs from Sting to Robert Burns are thrilling, and they reveal the pair to be artists of some skill."
-Motif Magazine

"Sheer uniqueness" -Dirty Linen Magazine

"Gentle, lovely music" -Renaissance Magazine

Their music is enjoyed, and their musicianship is appreciated by audiences of all ages. For more information on The Harper and The Minstrel, please visit their official website:



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