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Morning Aire

by Sue Richards

Celtic harp champion Sue Richards brings a joyous and inventive spirit to traditional music from Ireland and Scotland. The evocative power of the Celtic harp has no greater genius than Sue Richards who was called "one of America's brightest stars" by the
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1. Humors of the Joyce Country
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2. Rights of Man
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3. Princess Augusta/Miss Grant's Reel
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4. Maple Leaf/Bird in the Bush
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5. Haughs of Cromdale/Sgian Dubh/Keep It Up
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6. Lament for Limerick/Lochaber No More/Irish Lamentation
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7. Itchy Fingers
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8. Fiddler Dance the Light Strathspey/Mor a Cheannaich/Trip to Ponc
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9. Cro Kintaile
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10. Cape Clear/Monaghan's Jig
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11. Mable Kelly
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12. Miss Hamilton of Auchincruive/the Bonnie Lass O' Bon Accord
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13. Fanny Poer
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14. Tho I Go to My Bed, Little Sleep Do I Get
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Album Notes
This cd won the ALBUM OF THE YEAR award in Washington D.C.
The evocative power of the Celtic harp has no greater genius than Sue Richards who was called "one of America's brightest stars" by the folk magazine DIRTY LINEN. Richards is a multi-Wammie winner, four-time National Scottish harp champion, teacher and adjudicator in harp competitions nationwide, and member of Ceoltoiri and Ensemble Galilei. Her second recording, Morning Aire, won the coveted Wammie Award for "Album of the Year and Richards has been praised as "One of the best musicians on the Celtic harp from either side of the Atlantic." (COLUMBIAFLYER, USA)



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William Carney

Morning Aire
This album was my prized Celtic Music album. I made the mistake of loaning it to my daughter. Where can I find a distributor in Canada?