Ten Celtic harps performing on stage, a forty-five minutes of music specially composed for them is something quite unusual and noticeable to be presented. Commissioned for the 30th anniversary of the Edinburgh International Harp Festival, this work was revealed as some of the most creative music ever written for the Celtic harp, a crazy bet taken up by Corrina Hewat.
On the page Your music, you are welcome to present three of your favourite Celtic harp albums. Feel free to leave me your comments and your suggestions. If you have some links, don’t hesitate to share them also.
Among the best Celtic harp albums, if it could only be three, I would choose:
1971: Alan Stivell, Renaissance de la harpe celtique
1990: Kristen Noguès, Kernelec
2004: Paul Dooley, Music from the Robert Ap Huw Manuscript
The answer is on the page Your music.