Virgo sancta Brigida. torum/Masque by Cormac MacDermott. 3. Woe Betyde Thy Wearie Bodie.
Ann Heymann's latest solo record, the CD Cruit go nÓr - Harp of Gold. Irish and Scottish music played on the Gaelic wire-strung harp (clairseach in Ireland and clarsach in Gaelic Scotland), highlighting its history, music and tradition. from Folk Harp Journal (Winter 2007), p. 17 & . 2. If you are not familiar with wire harp (cláirseach), you couldn't ask for a better introduction than this new album by Ann Heymann-and if you are, the music and the techniques used by Heymann, many of them rediscovered or even reinvented by her, will blow you away.
Cláirseach master Ann Heymann plays repertoire from the age of her instrument (. 100-1700): the Gaelic gold-, silver-, and brass-strung harp, both solo and accompanied by lute, vielle, gamba and flute. Genre: Folk: Irish Traditional.
Beautiful album of Clairseach music played on a harp with golden strings.
Producer – Alexander Courage. Whistle, Flute – Willa Rankin. All tunes traditional. This CD Album is also part of the Celtic Collection 4-CD Set: Bagpipes, Harp, Legend, Shore.
Ann Heymann - Cruit Go Nar Harp of Gold. The famed Robert ap Huw manuscript becomes completely transparent when she picks up the harp, and in their delivery of the Bunting Airrgeann Mor, both Heymanns bring great artistry to the recreation of bardic poetry. There is no hint of theatrical nostalgia or anachronism - when you listen to this work as t Cruit Go Nor: Harp of Gold.
Give me my golden harp Said large-faced Daighre Till I play it (a great deed) To put everyone asleep. She gave him a great hard spear, flaming like the candle of a royal house, to place in the hand of each man of his party, and fifty rings of burnished gold upon each spear, all of them set off with carbuncles, and their handles studded with precious stones. They would light up the plain the same as the glittering light of the sun.
It will help our tables stay neat.