Maire Ni Chathasaigh - The New Strung Harp flac mp3
Máire Ní Chathasaigh (Irish pronunciation: ) (born 1956) is an Irish harpist and singer. She began playing at eleven years old, inspired by her family, many of whom are noted musicians from West Cork. She drew heavily on traditional styles, but also created new techniques of ornamentation. She has won the All-Ireland competition at under-fourteen and under-eighteen levels and then, in the mid-1970s, she won the Senior's three years in succession.
First released in 1985, The New Strung Harp is a luminous, sweet approach to music for the Irish harp - Mairi Ni Chathasaig has a light, fleet-fingered approach that utilizes a rippling style of ornamentation that provides her with a unique musical signature. Just precisely what the end result is, is less than easy to define - Celtic music, certainly, something with an Irish heart. However, the faeries are well at work here as well.
Maire Ni Chathasaigh. Biography by Craig Harris. The harp tradition of Ireland has expanded through the playing of Maire Ni Chathasaigh (pronounced: Moira Nee Ha-ha-sig). A past winner of All-Ireland and Pan-Celtic harp competitions, Ni Chathasaig. ead Full Biography.
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Máire Ní Chathasaigh (Irish pronunciation: ) (born 1956) is an Irish harpist and singer. She began playing at only eleven years old, inspired by her family, many of whom are noted musicians from West Cork. She has won the All-Ireland competition at under-fourteen and under-eighteen levels and then, in the mid 1970s, she won the Senior version three years in succession.
|1||Charles O'Conor/Father Hanly Turlough O'Carolan||Maire Ni Chathasaigh||2:32|
|2||O Ho Nighean, E Ho Nighean Traditional||Maire Ni Chathasaigh||2:48|
|3||Madam Maxwell Turlough O'Carolan||Maire Ni Chathasaigh||1:53|
|4||The Pullet/The Volunteer Traditional||Maire Ni Chathasaigh||2:23|
|5||An Speic Seoigheach Traditional||Maire Ni Chathasaigh||5:06|
|6||The Humours of Ballyloughlin Traditional||Maire Ni Chathasaigh||2:26|
|7||Hindero Horo Traditional||Maire Ni Chathasaigh||2:41|
|8||The Bantry Girls' Lament Traditional||Maire Ni Chathasaigh||4:24|
|9||The Gander in the Pratie Hole Traditional||Maire Ni Chathasaigh||2:54|
|10||Carolan's Farewell to Music Traditional||Maire Ni Chathasaigh||4:22|
|11||The Fisherman's Hornpipe/The Cuckoo's Nest Traditional||Maire Ni Chathasaigh||3:57|
|12||The Boys of Malin/The Old Oak Tree Traditional||Maire Ni Chathasaigh||2:20|
|13||Planxty Sudley Turlough O'Carolan||Maire Ni Chathasaigh||2:51|
CreditsKunzo Aoyama - Harp
John Haxby - Cover Design, Design
Robin Morton - Producer
Colm Murphy - Artwork, Cover Painting
Chris Newman - Photography
Maire Ni Chathasaigh - Arranger, Fiddle, Harp, Primary Artist, Vocals
Turlough O'Carolan - Composer
Traditional - Composer
Shawn Wallace - Engineer
Jay Witcher - Harp