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Romantic Irish art songs, long hidden away in archives, in a new edition edited by Jane Harty, the grand-niece of Sir Hamilton Harty. These are gems set to Irish poets, many of them women, and Harty’s settings capture the delight in fairies, fiddlers and fishermen, the beauty of the Irish countryside and village life, the deep love and rueful humor of Irish women, and the depth of struggle and loss of Irish men. Designed for singers and pianists, the collection also includes the texts separately for those who love poetry. Contains “Five Irish Sketches” (1911), “Sea Wrack) (1901), “Lane o’ the Thrushes” (1906), “By the Bivouac’s Fitful Flame” (1912), and more; both High and Low keys.
Rarely heard Irish Romantic songs of Sir Hamilton Harty with Jane Harty, piano; Stuart Lutzenhiser, tenor; and Janeanne Houston, soprano. For international sales, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Brilliant Russian cellist David Tonkonogui (1958-2003) in a live performance of the Britten Sonata for Cello and Piano, with pianist Jane Harty. An historic recording, made near the end of his life. For international sales, please contact email@example.com
Contains “Five Irish Poems” (1938), and “Antrim and Donegal” cycle (1926)