Laoise Kelly | Just Harp

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Just Harp

by Laoise Kelly

lively dance tunes and airs played on irish harp, mainly traditional, in a modern context.
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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1. President Garfields=compliments To Sean Maguire; The Saratoga; President Garfields
4:04 $1.49
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2. Waltzing Daisy=andante 2nd Movement From Sonata In D; Daith Sproule's Waltz
4:11 $1.49
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3. Brendan Ring's=tyrell's Pass; The Coolinarne Jig; The Lisnagun Jig
3:18 $1.49
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4. The Coast Of Galicia
3:53 $1.49
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5. The Lion=the Lion; The Palm Tree; Hughie Jim Paul's Reel
4:05 $1.49
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6. The Two William Davies=the Two William Davies; The Gates Of Mullagh
3:56 $1.49
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7. Putting It Off
2:43 $1.49
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8. The Trip=the Yellow Wattle; Trip To London; Trip To Brittany
3:16 $1.49
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9. Princess Beatrice=princess Beatrice; Dowd's Favourite
3:49 $1.49
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10. Surely Wee Och Aye=surely Wee Och Aye; Charles Sutherland; The Cambridge
3:55 $1.49
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11. Carolan's Farewell To Music
4:36 $1.49
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Album Notes
“Kelly virtually reinvents the instrument with her rhythmic and melodic intricacy, her syncopation and undulating chords and harmonies . . . she'll have you swaying with her profound musicality.” Irish Times

‘Just Harp’ simply oozes flair and gaiety with sparkling melodic lines, resonant chords and a subtle use of the bass strings to create harmonic richness while maintaining an almost unstoppable rhythm” Rough Guide to Irish Music

“There is such body and depth in Laoise Kelly's playing that at times you feel there must be more than one musician playing on this solo album…Kelly has mastered her instrument completely” Acousticmusic.com

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