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The evocative strains of the Celtic harp, once heard, are unforgettable. Claire has developed a wide-ranging repertoire of Celtic pieces which can be played indoors or outdoors for festivals or parties. Celtic harp is not only appropriate for Irish, Scottish, or Welsh events, it also provides a wonderful ambience for more informal occasions.

Claire has taken her Celtic harp wherever a touch of magic was needed. She played at Waterstones for the launch of the last Harry Potter book, she has also taken her harp to art show openings, festivals and a variety of unusual events. The sound of the Celtic harp creates a beautiful atmosphere for special and uniquely designed occasions such as naming ceremonies, alternative weddings, and natural funerals.

Claire has recorded many CDs of Celtic harp music. For details see her CDs page. To hear samples of her Celtic music, see below..

Prices

Claire's prices for Celtic harp vary according to venue and length of time playing. Starting price is £185. Please contact Claire to discuss your requirements.

Selection from Claire's Celtic repertoire

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Queen’s Marsh
Serendipity – Claire Hamilton
Lavaromp au Chaparel
Harpers on Island of Rhum
Lord Galway’s Lament
The Wake
Wild MountainThyme
Star of County Down
Men of Harlech
Let Now the Harp
Watching the Wheat
Megan’s Fair Daughter
Women of Ireland
Carrickfergus
She Moved Through the Fair
Star of County Down
The Great Silkie
Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms
The Lark in the Clear Air
My Lagan Love

Give Me Your Han
Enya:  Shepherd Moons
            Lothlorien
            Evening Falls
            On Your Shore
            Cursum Perficio
            Angeles
Greensleeves
Scarborough Fair
Blow the Wind Southerly
All Through the Night
Bard’s Lament
Danny Boy
David of the White Rock
Land of My Fathers
The Flower of Scotland
The Highest Apple – Run Rig
Skye Boat Song
Loch Lomond
Oh Willy’s Rare