- Carolan's Harp
- The Harp Consort - Andrew Lawrence-King
Deutsche Harmonia Mundi 77375
- Anon: Try if it is in tune (irish harp)
- Mr. James Betagh (irish harp)
- Jigg to the above (violin, flute, viol, cittern, gittern,
bandora, irish harp, hurdy-gurdy, percussion)
- Carolan's lamentation for Charles MacCabe (soprano, psaltery,
cittern, gittern, bandora, shawm, percussion)
Carolan's Receipt for Whiskey
- Carolan's Receipt (irish harp, cittern, french cittern, gittern,
- Bumper Squire Jones (tenor, violin, flute, recorder, violone,
bandora, theorbo, gittern, irish harp, percussion)
- Doctor Delany & Loftus Jones (harpsichord, violin, violone,
theorbo, irish harp)
- Mrs Costeloe (theorbo)
- Súsaí Ní Cheallaigh (soprano, theorbo)
- Sir Arthur Shean (irish harp, bandora)
- Planxty Connor (bagpipes, drone pipes, violin, cittern, french
cittern, gittern, bandora, percussion, dance feet)
- Carolan's Rambles to Teague - Variations on "When she cam ben"
- Fairy Queen by sigr e Carrollini (irish harp)
- Anon: Tá mé 'mo chodladh (violin, lyra viol)
- Bridget Cruise (soprano, lyra viol)
- William Conellan (c.1645-1700): Carolan's Dream (lyra viol)
- Anon: I am asleep & don't waken me (irish harp)
- Miss MacDermott - The Arethusa (soprano, tenor, whistle, shawm,
renaissance harp, flute, violin, violone, 3 guitars, percussion)
- Carollan's Devotion - Miss Featherstone (soprano, irish harp)
- Mr. Hugh O'Donnel (flute, percussion)
Carolan's Farewell to Music
- O Flin - Planxty Flinn (cittern)
- Carolan's Cup (violin, percussion)
- Carolan's Farewell (irish harp)
- Separation of Soul and Body (flute)
- Charles MacCabe's Lamentation (soprano)
Performers: Caitríona O'Leary (soprano, hurdy-gurdy),
Nigel Rogers (tenor), David Douglass (violin), Nancy Hadden (flute,
recorder, gittern), Belinda Sykes (shawm, bagpipes), Hille Perl
(viol, lyra viol, violone, gittern), Lucy Carolan (harpsichord),
Pat O'Brien (bandora, guitar), Paul O'Dette (theorbo, cittern,
guitar), Steve Player (dancer, gittern, french cittern, guitar,
whistle, drone pipes, voices), Pedro Estevan (percussion), Andrew
Lawrence-King (irish harps, renaissance harp, french cittern,
Playing time: 78'
Recording date: 1996
This program presents music by Turlough O'Carolan (1670-1738),
the most famous historical figure in traditional Irish music.
Alongside traditional melodies & techniques, other Baroque
ideas from Italy & France can be perceived. The harp was (and
is) the pre-eminent Irish folk instrument.
- O'Carolan's Harp
- McDonnell / Guimond / Remillard / MacMillan
- Michal Hromek Consort
Another program focusing on this repertory:
- Cruit go nÓr - Harp of Gold
- Ann Heymann, et al.
Clairseach CMCD 0706
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Todd M. McComb