Sharon Hanjian Rondeau | Celtic Reflections

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Celtic Reflections

by Sharon Hanjian Rondeau

Lovely, obscure ballads from Ireland, Scotland, England and Wales uniquely arranged for solo harp for easy listening.
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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1. Dear Harp of My Country
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2. John of Glencuaich
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3. Sally Gardens
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4. Ma Theid Mise Tuilleadh / The Yellow-Haired Laddie
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5. The Minstrel Boy
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6. Aodann Srath Bhain
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7. The Bantry Girl's Lament
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8. Breisleach
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9. Flowers in the Valley
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10. Roaming in the Gloaming
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11. The Terror Time
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12. Am Buachaille Ban
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13. Farewell, My Gentle Harp
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14. Carrickfergus
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15. Urnaigh A 'Bhan-Thigreach
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16. The Sligo Fancy
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17. Kintail
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18. Jimmy Mo Mile Astor
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19. Ar Eirinn
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Sharon Hanjian Rondeau began the study of the harp at the age of eight with Dr. Aristid von Wurtzler at the Hartt School of Music, University of Hartford. Her first public performance was at the age of 9 on Channel 3 in Hartford as a member of the Hartt College Harp Ensemble and as a soloist.

After taking some time away, in 1988 Sharon returned to the harp with a completely different outlook and approach: that of promoting the harp as a versatile, complete solo instrument which could reach all listeners. Seeking material outside of the traditional genres, Sharon discovered obscure but very adaptable songs from the Celtic vocal repertoire which became the foundation of her work for the next 28 years.

Most of the songs in "Celtic Reflections" were learned by ear by jotting down the melody and filling in the baseline harmony later, long before the existence of the internet and musical notation programs.

They are intended to soothe and relax the listener at the end of a busy, stressful day, making them ideal for all audiences.

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