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CDs £11.00 incl. p&p within UK. Click on buttons below CDs to go to PayPal page. No need to open an account or pay a fee. CDs will be sent 1st class (UK) or airmail.

Celtic Myths and LegendsCeltic Myths and Legends (music album)

'A haunting and unusual album'.

Solo arrangements of Celtic melodies interspersed with original pieces composed by Claire which combine harp with spoken word. Also features the rich vocals of Maggie Fitzsimons. Includes three settings of Yeats’ poems

18 tracks, including: The Dark Lake, Song of Wandering Aengus, The Queen’s marsh, Rich and Rare, The Wake, Harpers on the Island of Rhum, Elphin Knight.


Wild Irish RoseWild Irish Rose 

A mixture of well-known Irish melodies with some lesser known English and Scottish pieces. Features Celtic harp with fiddle, pipes and keyboards. Some solo harp pieces.

Come Back to Erin; The Mountains of Mourne; Gentle Maiden; The Lark in the Clear Air; Down in the Sally Gardens; A Bunch of Thyme; Wild Swan; Lovely Joan; Over the Hills and Far Away; Limerick is Beautiful; I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen; Cro Chinn T'Saile; Lord Galway's Lament; Kathleen Ma Vourneen; Softly Flows the Clare; The Rose of Tralee; Sweet Carnloch Bay; The Last Rose of Summer.


Celtic Myths and Legends StorytellingCeltic Myths and Legends (storytelling album with music)

‘Fantastical stories to fire the imagination and warm the heart!’ ‘A spellbinding and evocative combination of words and music.’

With a unique voice and superb narrative, Claire captures the very essence of these ancient tales from the Celtic tradition. Accompanied by the beautiful sound of the Celtic Harp, these stories will appeal to child and adult alike.

          1. The Three Noble Strains: an ancient Irish tale of the magic harp of the Dagda, king of the faerie people
          2. The Lady of Llyn y Fan Fach: a Welsh legend about a mysterious Lady of the Lake
          3. Sir Gawain and the Lady Ragnell: a mediaeval Arthurian tale of bravery and romance

        For samples see Storytelling page